Milton police mpd

The Milton Police Department responded to 123 incidents between Aug. 13-19. 

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August 13:

Lake Rd / Cary Dr-3:29 p.m.

  • Milton PD received a call in the area of Lake/Cary Road for the report of a dog in the road. The caller advised this to be an ongoing issue. Milton’s Animal Control Officer was able to make contact with the owner of the dog and issued a written warning.

Centre Dr, Milton, VT-8:15 p.m.

  • Ofc. Raymond was dispatched to an establishment on Centre Drive for the request of assistance in removing a patrol who was asked to leave but was refusing. Upon arrival a male matching the description provided was in the parking lot, and advised he was leaving. His ride arrived and no further assistance was required. 

August 14:

Catamount Dr-7:20 a.m. 

  • Ofc. Jones responded to a business on Catamount Drive for a commercial alarm activation, indicating an overhead door was opened. Upon arrival, the business was secure, with no evidence of any disturbance. 

Taylor St-12:00 a.m.

  • Ofc. Noel and Ofc. Raymond responded to a residence on Taylor Street where the homeowner reported hearing seeing a big flash followed by a strange smell. Upon arrival, a neighbor confirmed seeing the flash. The area was searched, though nothing of note was found. 

August 15:

Cub Rd-12:22 a.m. 

  • Ofc. Noel and Ofc. Raymond were dispatched to a residence on Cub Road for the report of a large party with underage participants. Upon arrival, officers noted loud music and a large number of teens with alcohol around a fire. Ultimately, Officers ensured all partygoers had safe and sober means to get home, and patrolled the area after departing to continually ensure safety. The individual who was the host of the party was given citations. 

Ice House Rd/US RT 7-9:42 a.m.  

  • While on patrol, Cpl. Coulombe initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for an observed motor vehicle violation. Upon identification, the driver was noted to have a criminally suspended license. The operator was issued a citation to appear in court at a later date. 

August 16:

US Route 7 North-2:47 a.m. 

  • While on Patrol, Ofc. Noel came in contact with a Juvenile on a bike near the Dam Store on Route 7. Given the time of day and how dark it was, Ofc Noel made contact with the individual. The Juvenile advised they had snuck out of their home and planned to meet up with friends on their bikes. To ensure safety, the Juvenile was brought home and Ofc. Noel was able to speak with their Mother. 

Stacy St-6:25 p.m. 

  • Ofc. McQueen and Ofc. Schiavo responded to the area of Stacy Street with the report of someone shooting at the landfill too close to residences. Upon arrival, officers met with four individuals who were shooting at a target. Though the shooting was done in a safe manor, the subjects were informed that they were on private property and were not permitted to shoot there. The four individuals were not aware they were trespassing and were cooperative in moving along. 

August 17:

Park Pl-1:54 p.m

  • Cpl. Porter spoke with an Employee from the Town of Milton who reported that someone had destroyed at least (3) of their wooden stakes that they used for their "story walk” on the walking trails at Bombardier Park. It was also advised that this likely occurred overnight. The incident was documented and is currently being investigated. 

I 89 S-10:58 p.m. 

  • While on Patrol, Ofc. Schiavo initiated a traffic stop for an observed motor vehicle violation. Upon identification, the operator had multiple out of state warrants. The warrants were then confirmed with those agencies, and the Subject will be extradited. 

August 18:

Beebe Hill Rd-9:40 a.m. 

  • Ofc. Jones spoke with a landowner on Beebe Hill Road who reported a man drove on to the property, advising he was looking for a place to fish. The male was informed that he was trespassing on private property, and was asked to leave. The incident was documented and the landowner was advised to call for any further incident. 

Evergreen Dr-9:23 p.m.

  • Sgt. Philbrook responded to a neighbor dispute on Evergreen Drive. The altercation regarded where a basketball hoop should go, as the neighboring unit was concerned that basketballs would bounce over and damage property or vehicles. The incident was confirmed to be only verbal. The basketball hoop was moved and the owner of the hoop is looking for a more permanent location for the it. 

August 19:

US Route 7 S-12:19 p.m. 

  • Cpl. Coulombe responded to a business on US Route 7 for the report of a retail theft. After reviewing information provided by the manager, the suspects were identified. The incident is currently under investigation. 

River St, Milton, VT-6:45 p.m.

  • Sgt. LaFountain responded to a residence on River Street where it was reported that the home was hit with paintballs. There was not damage done to the structure, and the incident was documented.

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