The Milton Police Department responded to 158 incidents between April 9-15, including 44 traffic stops, seven mental health issues and seven school resource officer activities.
This log would not be possible without the generous assistance of the Milton Police Department.
7:44 a.m. U.S Route 7 - School Resource Officer Activity
SRO Raymond and Sergeant Locke conducted a detail to look for vehicles that were passing school buses that had their red lights activated. No violations were observed.
12:52 p.m. 37 Bombardier Dr. - Assist - DRE
Sergeant Locke conducted a DRE evaluation at the Milton Police Department.
11:00 a.m. US Route 7 N / Lake Arrowhead - Accident - Property Damage
Sergeant Locke responded to a report of an operator who had hit a sign. Investigation revealed that the operator had fallen asleep while driving his vehicle and struck the sign. The sign was repaired and the operator provided all necessary information.
5:01 p.m. Highbridge Road / Leach Road, Fairfax, VT - Assist - Agency
Officer Corbin assisted the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office with a consent search of a vehicle. Corbin stood by for the officer safety while the deputy conducted the search. Nothing of interest was located.
12:51 a.m. East Road - Motor Vehicle Complaint
Officer Corbin responded to a residence on East Road for a report of someone trying to drive away while intoxicated. Upon arrival, he learned the female in question was intending to sleep in the car after having been disruptive.
Corbin told the female she could not leave as she was intoxicated. The calling party was encouraged to call if she left.
2:34 p.m. U.S. Route 7 - Disturbance
Corporal Coulombe and Officer Noel responded to a residence for a report of a female that was going to fight another female if the police did not get there. Upon arrival, they determined one party had conditions of release to not harass the other party. They determined there had been incidental contact that did not violate the court order.
9:04 a.m. Herrick Avenue - School Resource Officer Activity
SRO Raymond had a discussion with a fourth grade class about active intruders.
7:50 p.m. North Road - Assist - Fire Department
Corporal Grenier responded to Husky Molding and Injection for an activated fire alarm. Milton Fire Department also responded. Grenier was canceled en route by security. It was determined that it was faulty detector and there was no emergency.
8:38 a.m. U.S. Route 7 S - Motor Vehicle Complaint
Sergeant Locke responded to a business for a complaint of a silver vehicle almost hitting one of the employees in the parking lot. The vehicle was described as a silver BMW with a paper plate last seen traveling south on U.S. Route 8.
A BOLO (Be on the lookout) was issued but the vehicle was not located.
10:12 p.m. Railroad Street / Middle Road - Motor Vehicle Complaint
Officer Schiavo took a complaint of a female being followed by another vehicle. Schiavo instructed her via dispatch to come to the Milton Police Department. The complainant did with the other operator following her. It was determined the second vehicle thought the first vehicle was impaired and was following her for that reason. All parties were sent on their way without incident. The caller was not impaired.
11:08 a.m. North Road - 911 Hangup
Corporal Coulombe was dispatched to Husky Molding and injection for a report of an Emergency 911 hang up. It was determined it was an accidental phone call from a company cell phone and there was no emergency.
6:06 p.m. Westford Road - Suspicious Event
Corporal Coulombe took a report of a suspicious vehicle pulling into a residence’s driveway and then cursing and screaming at the car he was following. The operator then left aggressively. The complainant did not want contact made and only wanted the incident documented.
6:33 a.m. Flat Iron Road - Suspicious Event
Sergeant Locke took a report from a male stating that his ex-girlfriend had cashed his stimulus check without his knowledge. The male advised that his ex then gave him $500.00 of it and kept the rest. Because he took a partial payment, it is now considered a civil issue. However, he was advised to provide a written statement and provide documentation.
7:06 p.m. Chrisemily Lane - Alarm
Officer Noel responded to an activated alarm at Milton Veterinary Hospital. Upon arrival, he found the building to be secure and no signs of criminal activity.