The Milton Police Department responded to 122 incidents between June 11-17.
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North Rd-12:16 a.m.
- Cpl. Grenier was dispatched to a car vs. deer accident on North Road. Though there was no injury to the driver, the deer was injured and later died. A tow was called for the vehicle.
Middle Rd-9:37 a.m.
- Cpl. Porter responded to a motor vehicle complaint whereas a vehicle was reported to be operating erratically. Upon locating the vehicle and making contact, the driver advised that he was distracted on his way to work. No signs of impairment were noted and nothing further was required.
Rita Way-9:22 a.m.
- Ofc. McQueen mediated a visitation/custody dispute between two parties.
Taylor St-2:51 p.m.
- Ofc. McQueen and Sgt. LaFountain were dispatched to a residence for a disturbance between a mother and her adult daughter. Though the incident was initially verbal, the two did both admit to pushing each other and getting physical. Neither party reported any injury. The daughter was later taken voluntarily by rescue to receive a mental health care evaluation. The incident was also relayed to the Howard Center Community Outreach team who will follow up.
US Route 2-2:16 p.m.
- While observing traffic on US Route 2, Cpl. Porter was approached by a driver who reported a vehicle with Canadian plates passed several cars unsafely. The driver declined to give further details of the vehicle in question and departed. No further complaints were made.
River St-9:51 p.m.
- While on patrol, Cpl. Grenier noted a couple standing outside of a closed gas station on River St. Upon making contact, Cpl. Grenier spoke with a woman after her partner took off in the woods. The woman advised that they were lost, and her partner was having an episode. The woman also noted that he would be alright, and just needed time. After a few minutes, the couple returned to their vehicle and left without further incident.
Haydenberry Dr-12:40 a.m.
- Sgt. LaFountain responded to a report from a local restaurant employee who was concerned about vehicles still in the parking lot after the business had closed. Sgt. LaFountain made contact with the vehicles and was advised that one of the cars was having mechanical issues. Shortly after his arrival, the vehicles departed and no further action was needed.
37 Bombardier Rd-10:18 a.m.
- A citizen came to the Milton Police Department to drop off a Garmin GPS Dog collar that had been found on the corner of Bombardier Road and Route 7. Through a Milton Police Facebook post, the owner of the dog collar was identified and the collar was returned.
W Milton Rd-2:04 p.m.
- An anonymous subject reported that four large containers were left on the side of the road of W Milton Road. Cpl. Coulombe responded to the area, however no containers were located upon arrival.
Wells Rd-2:52 p.m.
- Cpl. Coulombe and Sgt. Philbrook responded to a residence on Wells Road with the report of an individual who intended to self-harm. Cpl. Coulombe was able to make contact with the subject, and after discussion, offered to get them in touch with the Howard Center Community Outreach team. This was agreed upon and Milton Rescue transported the individual to the Medical Center.
37 Bombardier Rd-2:11 p.m.
- Det. Hendry, with a representative from AARP, gave a presentation to local seniors about safeguarding against fraud.
Hummingbird Ln-7:15 p.m.
- Ofc. Schiavo attempted to assist the Essex Police Department in doing a welfare check on a resident who was making self-harm threats. The subject’s parent advised the individual could potentially be at a residence in Milton. Upon arrival, Officer Schiavo was not able to make contact with anyone. Essex PD was notified and took over the case.
Catamount Dr-2:30 p.m.
- Ofc. McQueen and Sgt. Locke were dispatched to a business on Catamount Dr. for the report of two men, an employee and a driver, in a verbal altercation. The incident was only verbal in nature and the subjects separated.
Jenna Ln-6:40 p.m.
- MPD received a call with the report of a dog left in a car. The caller advised the windows were barely cracked and the dog was panting. Milton’s Animal Control Officer responded and made contact with the owner, advising against leaving a dog in the car with high temperatures.