Milton police mpd

The Milton Police Department responded to 126 incidents between July 9-15. 

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July 9

Haydenberry Dr-3:38 p.m.

  • Sgt. LaFountain was dispatched to the area of Haydenberry Drive where it was reported that an SD Ireland truck was caught in utility lines. Sgt. LaFountain assisted in shutting down the road until Green Mountain Power arrived on scene. The truck was released from the lines and no damage was reported. 

Arthur Ln-9:39 p.m.

  • Cpl. Grenier responded to a residence on Arthur Lane for the report of fireworks. Upon making contact, Cpl. Grenier discussed the firework laws in Vermont and the individuals advised they would refrain from setting off any more. 

July 10

Railroad St / McMullen Rd-3:18 a.m. 

  • Cpl. Grenier responded to a call of an erratic driver traveling on US RT 7. The vehicle was located and was failing to maintain lane of travel. Upon making contact with the driver, he advised he was not under the influence, but was distracted by a cat that was loose in the vehicle. The operator also advised that they were attempting to get the cat used to the car while it was young. A warning was subsequently issued to the driver. 

Us Route 7 S-10:56 p.m.

  • Cpl. Grenier and Sgt. LaFountain responded to a call of a fire fully engulfing a tree in the back yard of a residence. Upon arrival, it was observed that a tree approximately 90 feet tall that was nearly fully involved. The resident advised he was camping in a tent in the back yard and a small fire that he had in a converted kerosene tank had apparently jumped out of the enclosure and set a nearby brush pile on fire. Milton Fire Department arrived and was able to extinguish the fire. 

July 11

Boysenberry Dr-2:06 a.m.

  • Ofc. McQueen and Cpl. Grenier were dispatched to a unit on Boysenberry Drive for the report of a domestic assault. Officers met with the victim who advised they were awoken by their partner who then proceeded to assault them. Brad Thompson, 31, of Milton, was arrest with pending charges of assault, and will appear in court at a later date for the charge. 

Winter Ln, Milton, VT-1:59 p.m. 

  • Ofc. Schiavo responded to assist Milton Rescue to a call of two dirt bikes colliding in the woods behind Winter Lane. 

July 12

Georgia Park & Rid-6:53 a.m.

  • Cpl. Coulombe responded to the Park & Ride in Georgia with the report of a potential overdose. Vermont State Police requested assistance until a Trooper could arrive on scene. The caller advised a woman was slumped over with drug paraphernalia present. The woman was roused by the caller and Cpl. Coulombe stayed with the individual until VSP arrived and took over the investigation. 

Westford Rd / Ted Rd-11:50 a.m.

  • Cpl. Coulombe initiated a traffic stop on Westford road in the area of Ted Road for an observed motor vehicle violation. As a result, Jeremiah D Ruhl, of Burlington was issued a citation to appear in court to answer to the charges related to compliance to ignition interlock device requirements.

July 13

Railroad St-3:04 p.m.

  • Ofc. Noel was dispatched to an abandoned structure on Railroad Street for the report of juveniles trespassing in the building. Ofc. Noel was able to make contact with the group who were out on bikes, and advised the potential danger and illegal trespass associated with going in to the abandoned building. 

Hobbs Rd-3:17 p.m.

  • Cpl. Coulombe and a number of MPD Officers executed a search warrant on a residence on Hobbs Road. As a result, Bobbi-Jo Hodgdon of Milton was taken into custody and brought to the Milton Police Department and subsequently remanded into the custody of the Vermont Department of Corrections. Hodgdon is awaiting trial to answer to charges including Violating Conditions of Release. 

July 14

Catamount Dr-4:40 p.m.

  • Ofc. Bosworth was dispatched to a business on Catamount Drive for the report of an employee who was making a disturbance after their employment was terminated. Upon arrival, the former employee had left, and the employer was advised to reach back out if they should cause further issue. 

Middle Rd-5:29 p.m. 

  • Cpl. Grenier and Ofc. McQueen responded to the Senior Center on Middle road when an employee noticed a door ajar on arrival that should have been locked. The interior of the building was searched and no one was found inside and nothing was out of place or missing. 

July 15

Watkins Rd-7:44 a.m.

  • Ofc. Bosworth and Sgt. Locke were dispatched to a residence on Watkins road due to the activation of the home’s security system. The premises was searched and was found to be secure with no apparent disturbance inside. 

Green St-4:19 p.m. 

  • Ofc. Bosworth responded to the area of Green Street for the report of a young juvenile riding up and down the road on an ATV. Upon making contact, the father of the young operator advised he had just purchased the Mini ATV and they were testing it out. Ofc. Bosworth explained the applicable regulations regarding ATVs, and nothing further was required. 

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