Milton police mpd

The Milton Police Department responded to 141 incidents between Aug. 27-Sept. 2. 

This log would not be possible without the generous assistance of the Milton Police Department.

August 27:

US Route 7-12:15 a.m.

  • Cpl. Grenier responded to a residence on US Route 7 where a resident requested to speak with him. Ultimately, the resident spoke with Cpl. Grenier about personal and mental health issues that they were having, and did not need further medical care. The subject was told to call back should any additional assistance be needed.

Barnum St/Railroad St-2:39 a.m. 

  • Sgt. LaFountain responded to the area of Barnum road for a dog running loose. Given the time of night, contact was made with the dog who eventually ran to a residence on Railroad Street where it was determined the dog did live. Contact was made with the owner who secured the dog inside.

US Route 7-3:49 p.m. 

  • Ofc. Jones, Sgt. Philbrook, and Sgt. LaFountain responded to a residence on US RT 7 with the report of a fight in progress. Upon arrival the two parties had separated, though it was confirmed to be both verbal and physical. The incident is still under investigation. 

August 28:

East Rd-10:49 a.m. 

  • Cpl. Coulombe was dispatched to the area of East Road where a mobile app was alarming for an accident. Upon arrival to the area, Cpl. Coulombe met with the owner of the phone who advised he had left the phone of the roof of a vehicle and was smashed, and that an accident had not occurred. The phone was located and nothing further was required. 

W Milton Rd-3:12 p.m. 

  • Cpl. Coulombe was dispatched to Town property behind the landfill where it was reported people were riding ATVs. Two men who did not have landowner permission to ride their ATVs on the property were located and ultimately issued trespass for the land. 

August 29:

River St-12:05 p.m.

  • Ofc. Jones responded to a residence on River Street where a homeowner reported vandalism to his garage door, believing it to have been hit with a BB gun. The owner was unsure when the damage actually occurred. The damage and incident was documented in the case there were more incidents in the future. 

I 89 NB, Georgia, VT-3:41 p.m.

  • Cpl. Coulombe, at the request of the Vermont State Police, responded to I89 for the report of an unresponsive female in a stopped vehicle. Upon arrival, it was determined the driver had run out of gas, and was showing no signs of medical issue or impairment. A friend of the driver arrived on scene to further assist, and nothing additional was required. 

North Rd-10:48 p.m.

  • Ofc. Noel was dispatched to a residence on North Road for a verbal disturbance occurring with intoxicated individuals. Upon arrival, Ofc. Noel met with the caller whose boyfriend was highly intoxicated, and fighting with her. It was also confirmed that the fighting was only verbal. The caller decided it would be best to separate for the evening, and departed for a relative’s home. 

August 30:

Rebecca Lander Dr-7:33 a.m. 

  • Ofc. Schiavo ran extra traffic patrol on both Rebecca Lander Drive and Herrick Avenue near the Middle and High School to ensure cars were following posted speed limits, and driving safely. 

US Route 7 S-5:20 a.m.

  • After responding to a separate call regarding a theft at an outdoor party in the area, 6 marijuana plants were located on the side of a building. None of the party goers claimed ownership or knew anything about the plants. The 6 plants were seized and destroyed. 

Duffy Rd / Rolling Irish Rd-3:06 p.m.

  • Sgt. Philbrook and Ofc. McQueen responded to a motor vehicle crash in the area of Duffy and Rollin Irish Road were a Tractor Trailer unit hooked guide wires and pulled down a telephone pole. The pole was pulled down and landed on a trailer being towed by the TT unit. Officers assisted with road closure and scene safety until Green Mountain Power was able to re-secure the power lines. 

September 1:

Main St-6:50 p.m. 

  • Ofc. Schiavo responded to a residence on Main Street for the report of a stolen bicycle. The caller advised her grandson’s bike was stolen for their property. While en route to the residence, Ofc. Jones received a separate call from a resident on River Street where a bike that did not belong to them was left on their property. This was indeed the bike that was missing and returned to the owner. 

US Route 7 S, Milton, VT-7:39 p.m.

  • Ofc. Corbin and Ofc. Schiavo were dispatched to the parking lot of a restaurant on US RT 7 for the report of a female yelling and threatening to throw a bicycle at another patron. Upon arrival, Officers met with the complainant and the woman. The complainant was able to report what had occurred and retrieve their food without further incident. Upon making contact with the female causing the disturbance, she began shouting expletives and throwing small items at the officers. After ignoring multiple requests to simply stop yelling and after numerous warnings, the woman was advised she was under arrest. Upon taking her in to custody, she began kicking both officers. Lisa Tatro, of Milton, was arrested for charges of disorderly conduct and Simple Assault on a Law Enforcement Officer and will appear in court at a later date for the charges. 

September 2:

Rugg Ave-9:20 p.m. 

  • Ofc. Corbin and Sgt. Locke responded to a residence on Rugg Ave were the homeowner’s security panic alarm was activated. Upon arrival the homeowners advised the alarm panel had fallen off the wall and was accidentally activated.  

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