The Milton Police Department responded to 115 incidents between July 2-8. 

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July 2

McMullen Rd-2:26 p.m.
  • Ofc. Schiavo responded to a residence on McMullen road were the caller was advising a black 4 door car came to the mailbox and took a package from her mailbox. A call came in shortly after from UPS, advising they had delivered a package to that address incorrectly, and that the UPS employee retrieved the package in their personal vehicle. 
Lake Rd-7:51 p.m. 
  • MPD received a call from a resident who reported seeing “thick black smoke” in the area of Lake Road seen from Beebee Hill Road. The information was passed along to the Milton Fire Department who responded and advised the caller was actually seeing low flying clouds.

July 3

US RT 7 S-2:31 p.m.
  • Ofc. Noel was dispatched to Family Dollar for the report of a female within the store actively shoplifting. Upon arrival, the woman was identified, and Ofc. Noel was able to witness the subject putting an additional item in her purse. Because the individual was still in the store, she was given the opportunity to return the items to avoid charges. Additionally, the driver with whom she was with had stolen an item and left the store. This individual was also given the opportunity to return the item. Both subjects were trespassed from the store and the incident was documented. 
US Route 7 N-5:09 p.m.
  • Ofc. Noel mediated a custodial dispute between two parties. Though the specifics of the custodial dispute are a matter of the Court, the incident was documented. 

July 4

US RT 7, Colchester, VT-4:29 a.m.  
  • While on Patrol of US Route 7, Ofc. Corbin observed a car parked at Maplefields at the air pumps. Approximately 45 minutes later, the vehicle had not moved. Upon further investigation, Ofc. Corbin made contact with the driver who was asleep, with the car running and his foot on the brake. The driver showed signs of impairment, and consented to Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. As a result Curtis Slade, 43, was arrested on suspicion of DUI, and was issued a citation to appear in court at a later date. Additionally, Slade was lodged on an active warrant.  
Bombardier Park-6:04 p.m. 
  • Cpl. Grenier responded to a single car accident whereas a pickup truck had driven into the guard rail on Park Place at the Bombardier Park West.  Upon arrival, it was noted the truck had struck the rail, with the front fender over one of the wooden parking lot posts.  Several individuals were present and assisting the operator by using a car jack to lift the vehicle off the post, and were able to extricate the vehicle from the post. The driver was uninjured, with minor damage to the drunk, and no appreciable damage to the post. 

July 5

Poor Farm Rd-3:20 p.m.
  • Ofc. Schiavo received a call from a subject who reported her windshield had been damaged as a result of her friend jumping on it. The caller advised she and her friend were initially joking around, then according to the caller, the individual standing in the road said they would jump on the car if it got any closer. The caller advised her car did move forward approximately once inch, and the subject in the road jumped on the car. This caused approximately $400 worth of damage to the windshield. The incident was documented and the subject in the road agreed to pay for the damages to the vehicle. 
Cornelia Ct-9:28 p.m. 
  • Ofc. Schiavo and Cpl. Grenier were dispatched to Cornelia Court for the report of individuals trespassing in the construction site on the road, potentially taking lumber and moving items around. The area was searched, though no subjects were located. 

July 6

Benning Circle-8:30 p.m. 
  • Ofc. Schiavo responded to a request for a welfare check from a concerned granddaughter who had not heard from her grandmother in a number of days. Ofc. Schiavo checked in and all is well with the grandmother.
Circle Rd-10:40 p.m. 
  • Ofc. McQueen was dispatched to a residence on Circle Road for the report of a vehicle being stolen from his garage. The owner advised the vehicle has not been on the road in years and is unregistered, uninspected, and not insured. The subject also believes he knows who may have taken the vehicle, as the keys were taken from inside the house. The theft is still under investigation. 

July 7

Woodcrest Cir-1:05 p.m. 
  • Cpl. Coulombe, Sgt. Locke, and Ofc. Noel responded to a residence on Woodcrest Circle due to the report of a structure fire. Upon arrival, the owner of the home advised all occupants were accounted for with the exception of her adult son who occupies a second floor bedroom. Officers were able to make entry into the room, though heavy smoke obscured view into the room. The Milton Fire Department arrive on scene and was able to confirm the entire residence clear of occupants. The fire originated in that bedroom, cited to have been started by too many devices plugged in at once. The damage was primarily contained to the bedroom. 
East Rd / Riparian Way-5:24 p.m. 
  • Ofc. Noel was dispatched to the area of East road with the complaint of a vehicle driving erratically. The vehicle was located and contact was made with the operator. The driver consented to Standard Field Sobriety Tests, and did not show signs of impairment. 

July 8

Poor Farm Rd/Deer Run Rd-11:43 a.m.
  • Cpl. Coulombe is investigating the theft of several town signs after the Town of Milton Highway Superintendent reported them missing. 
Lake Rd / Iras Pl-5:41 p.m. 
  • Cpl. Coulombe was dispatched to a residence whose owner called to report possible drug activity in the area. She reported a male on a bike may be involved. The area was patrolled and no men on bikes were seen. 

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