Milton police mpd

Friday, Dec. 3

Town Of Milton-12:02 a.m.

  • Corporal Grenier issued several warnings for vehicles parked on the road that violated the Winter Parking Ban. 

Jenna Ln-10:46 p.m. 

  • Officer Corbin responded to Jenna Lane due to a report of loud music coming from a residential unit. Upon arrival, the potential units in question were not emitting loud music or noise.

Saturday, Dec. 4

East Road-5:01 p.m.

  • Sergeant LaFountain responded to East Road due to a report of an unoccupied vehicle sitting off the road. The operator called in to report they had already received a ride home, and a tow truck  was en route to tow the vehicle. 

River St / River street park-11:47 p.m. 

  • Officer Corbin noticed a vehicle with smoke emitting from the engine in the area of River Street. The driver said  they had a coolant leak which then caused a fire in the engine compartment. Officer Corbin used a fire extinguisher to put out the fire. 

Sunday, Dec. 5

Middle Rd / Leslie Ln-3:22 p.m.

  • Corporal Coulombe responded to the area of Middle and Leslie Road due to the report of a vehicle operating erratically. After making contact with the driver signs of intoxication were noted. After consenting to Standard Field Sobriety Tests, the driver was taken into custody for suspicion of Driving Under the Influence. 

Monday, Dec. 6

Rebecca Lander Dr-6:24 p.m. 

  • An Animal Control Officer was dispatched to Rebecca Lander Drive with the report of a loose dog in the road and surrounding areas. The owner was subsequently identified and was reunited with the dog. 

Lake Rd / Bullock Road-9:00 p.m. 

  • Officer. Bosworth responded to the area of Lake Road where it was reported that there were several downed trees blocking the roadway. Officer  Bosworth was able to move the debris out of the roadway and traffic resumed as normal. 

Tuesday, Dec. 7

Sheldon Road-11:25 a.m. 

  • Officer McQueen was dispatched to a residence on Sheldon Road where a resident reported a hunter was illegally hunting on their land. Officer McQueen met with the hunter who said  he did have permission to hunt on the neighboring property, and was not aware he had trespassed. He confirmed he would be more aware, and the resident was satisfied with this outcome. 

US Route 7 S-9:38 p.m.

  • Officer Bosworth and Officer. Schiavo responded to a business on US RT7 due to a report of an alarm activation. A key holder was reached and said it was likely a user error upon securing the business for the night. The building and exterior were searched and secured. 

Wednesday, Dec. 8

US Route 7 S-10:27 a.m. 

  • Officer Jones was sent  to the parking lot of a business on US Route 7 where it had been reported that a suspicious man was approaching people and asking for assistance with his vehicle. Upon arrival, Officer. Jones met with the older man who advised his rental car had a push button ignition which he was unaccustomed to starting and needed assistance. 

Russell Cir-6:32 p.m.

  • Corporal Coulombe and Officer Noel responded to a residence on Russell Circle due to a report of a domestic disturbance. The Officers met with the family who agreed to work through the incident and put a safety plan in place for the evening.

Thursday, Dec. 9

East Road / Main St-5:35 p.m.

  • Officer Noel responded to a complaint from a resident near the area of East Road and Main Street where they heard gunshots and believed there may be illegal deer harvesting or shooting from the road. Officer. Noel met with the individuals in the woods who said they were licensed and had shot the deer during legal hunting hours. The deer was also shot a legal distance from the road. 

US RT 7 / Lake Road-9:13 p.m.

  • Officer Noel initiated a traffic stop for an observed motor vehicle violation. Upon making contact with the driver, it was learned that their license was criminally suspended. The driver was issued a citation and the outcome is still pending.

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