Milton police mpd

The Milton Police Department responded to 138 incidents between Aug. 20-26. 

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August 20:

Ethan Allen Hwy, Georgia, VT-2:31 a.m.  

  • While on Patrol, Ofc. Noel noted a business on Ethan Allen Highway with an open door. The entire premises was checked and secured, with nothing suspicious to note. 

Owen Ct-8:08 a.m. 

  • Cpl. Porter responded to the area of Owen Court where a homeowner reported hearing a loud bang, accompanied by the loss of power. Upon arrival a power line was located and it appeared a fuse was blown on the transformer. GMP was notified and nothing further was required. 

Deer Run-7:08 p.m. 

  • Cpl. Grenier was dispatched to a residence on Deer Run for the report of a fight in progress between two parties. It was determined upon arrival that the disturbance was only verbal, and one of the involved individuals had already departed. It was further advised that the situation had deescalated and would not continue or require any additional police attention.

August 21: 

Highland Ave-1:30 a.m. 

  • Ofc. Schiavo and Cpl. Grenier responded to a residence on Highland Avenue for the report of Juveniles walking through the neighborhood and ringing doorbells. A number of homeowners confirmed their doorbells had been rung. Due to a delay in reporting, the Juvenile’s had departed the area prior to Ofc. Schiavo’s arrival. No further calls were

I89 NB-5:48 a.m.

  • Cpl. Grenier responded to I89 NB where the Vermont State Police requested assistance aiding a disabled vehicle. The operator of the vehicle advised he was unsuccessful in finding a tow service for his vehicle. Cpl. Grenier was able to assist in the arranging of a tow of the vehicle, and a ride for the occupant.

August 22: 

Hunting Ridge Ln-1:34 p.m. 

  • Cpl. Porter was dispatched to a residence on Hunting Ridge Lane were a dog was found on the back deck of the home. The dog did have a collar with current vaccine and license information. With the assistance of the Town Clerk, the owners of the dog were contacted and a family member of the owner came for the dog. 

August 23:

US Route 7 / Landfill Rd-11:49 a.m. 

  • Cpl. Coulombe initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for an observed motor vehicle violation. Upon making contact with the operator, it was learned that their license was suspended. The driver was issued a citation to appear in court at a later date. 

Acorn Dr-7:38 p.m. 

  • Ofc. Noel responded to a unit on Acorn Drive for the activation of a medical alarm. Upon meeting with the residents, it was confirmed it was an accidental activation, and no medical aid was required. 

August 24:

US Route 7 S-2:08 a.m.

  • While on patrol, Ofc. Corbin observed the lawn of a residence on US Route 7 had caught fire after a bonfire was left unattended. Upon notifying the resident, the fire was subsequently extinguished.

US RT 7-11:30 a.m. 

  • Officers from Milton PD, in collaboration with the Chittenden/Franklin SHARP Program, hosted a free BBQ to kick off back to school and bus safety. The event is a reminder to drivers that when red lights are flashing, buses cannot be passed. Red Lights Flashing=No Passing!

August 25:

Boysenberry Dr-5:12 a.m.

  • Ofc. Noel spoke with a resident on Boysenberry Drive who wanted to report his girlfriend missing. The man advised that she had left the night prior with a friend for the casino and had not been back since. He also advised this was unlike her to do. Ofc. Noel was eventually able to reach the friend of the woman, who confirmed she was just fine and they were on their way home. Nothing further was required.

Fontaine Dr, Georgia, VT- 11:57 a.m. 

  • Ofc. McQueen was dispatched to the area of Fontaine Drive in Georgia for the request of a welfare check on an individual. It was reported that the subject was driving from Central Vermont who in addition to having an expired license, was possibly also drinking and/or on medication. The area was searched, though the subject and vehicle in question was not located. 

August 26:

Precast Rd-2:30 a.m. 

  • While on patrol, Cpl. Grenier observed an exterior door that had been propped open at a business on Precast Road. Additionally, the interior door of the building was found to be open. The interior of the premises was searched and secured, and the business owner was informed.  

Lake Rd, St Albans Town, VT-6:22 a.m.

  • Sgt. Paul Locke assisted the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office per their request for a DRE (Drug Recognition Expert). 

 

 

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