The Milton Police Department responded to 121 incidents between June 25-July 1. 

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

June 25

Racine Rd-2:10 p.m.

  • Ofc. Bosworth responded to Racine road due to the report of a black Jeep with no license plates traveling up and down the street on the wrong side. The caller advised it was a young male operating the vehicle. Upon arrival, the vehicle had already departed.

Middle Rd-3:50 p.m.

  • Ofc. Schiavo assisted a motorist who reported another vehicle had rear ended them, but took off. The driver was uninjured in the incident, and it is currently under investigation.

June 26

Us Route 7, Colchester, VT-12:49 a.m. 

  • Cpl. Grenier assisted the Burlington Police Department with re-securing a subject in custody who had slipped out of his restraints, and was repeatedly striking the partition. The subject was wearing a cast, which made securing of the arms and hands difficult. The subject was calmed, re-secured, and the transport was resumed.

Poor Farm Rd / Deer Run Dr-1:27 a.m.

  • Ofc. Schiavo received a report of a motor vehicle crash involving intoxicated teens who had struck an SUV into a tree. Upon speaking with the caller, it was determined that it was a misunderstanding and the group was teens pulled over to the side of the road looking at their dirt bikes. No further action was needed.

Boysenberry Dr-7:55 p.m.

  • Ofc. McQueen mediated a dispute between two individuals regarding personal belongings. Both parties claimed ownership, with no definite proof. Due to the items vague ownership, the matter will need to be sorted with civil court. The incident was documented and nothing further was required.

June 27

Park Pl-6:59 p.m.

  • MPD received information from the Milton Disc Golf group that one of the disc golf baskets along the course was vandalized. Artwork that had been found on the course earlier in the week that was set aside along the course was also shoved in the basket. Photos of the damage were taken and the incident has been documented.

Middle Rd-8:14 p.m.

  • Ofc. Schiavo responded to the area of Middle road after a motor vehicle complaint of a vehicle operating erratically was received. The vehicle was located and did fail to maintain lane of travel. Upon contact with the operator, no signs of impairment were observed and the driver was given a verbal warning.

June 28

Woodcrest Cir-12:12 a.m.

  • Cpl. Grenier was dispatched to a residence were an individual was determined to potentially be having a minor mental health incident. Cpl. Grenier was able to speak at length with the subject who requested transport to receive further care. As the individual felt most secure with an officer, Cpl. Grenier transported to UVMMC. Additionally, the Howard Center Outreach team will reach out to provide more support for the subject.

Shirley Ave-9:07 a.m.

  • Cpl. Coulombe was dispatched to a residence on Shirley Ave with the report of two dogs on the roof of the home. Upon arrival, two dogs were indeed on the roof, having pushed out the side of an air conditioner panel. The owner of the dogs was contacted and a family member responded and got the dogs inside safely.

June 29

Us Rt 2/Raymond Rd-12:13 a.m.

  • Ofc. Corbin assisted a motorist in the area of US Route 2 with the changing of a flat tire.

Acorn Dr-8:40 a.m.

  • Ofc. Noel responded to a residence for a medical alarm activation. Upon arrival, Ofc. Noel met with a 79 year old subject who was experiencing chest pains. Milton rescue arrived a short time later and transported the individual to UVMMC.

June 30

Dewey Dr-12:37 a.m.

  • Ofc. Jones responded to a residence due to the report of a woman who had laceration on her lower arms caused from self-harm after an argument with a family member. Upon arrival, further investigation revealed that the subject had superficial horizontal lacerations up each of the insides of her lower arms. The minor lacerations were controlled and appeared to have been almost completely dried. The individual voluntarily went to the UVMMC to have the wounds properly cleaned.

Birch Ln-1:04 a.m. 

  • Ofc. Jones and Ofc. Corbin were dispatched to a residence on Birch lane for a structure fire. Upon arrival, the garage was fully engulfed in flame. After meeting with the homeowner, it was confirmed that no one remained inside the residence. With concerns of the fire spreading to neighboring dwellings, the Officers attempted to verify if the home next door was occupied. Because they were unable to make contact, for safety reasons the home was subsequently searched with no residents inside. Milton Fire Department then took control of the scene and were able to contain most of the damage to the garage.

July 1

Riverside Dr-3:30 p.m.

  • Ofc. Bosworth was dispatched to the area of Riverside Drive with the report of an ATV driving up and down the street. The area was checked, though the ATV was gone upon arrival.

US Route 2- 7:13 p.m.

  • Ofc. McQueen responded to a two car accident. Investigation on scene revealed Vehicle 1 was turning left into the dirt pull off opposite of the Sandbar entrance on Rt. 2, estimated to be going 5mph. Vehicle 2, estimated to be going 45mph, stated they made the bend traveling West and did not notice the Honda was slowing down and turning until it was too late. Vehicle 2 suffered impact damage to the front of the vehicle and needed to be towed. Airbags did not deploy, the operator was wearing a seat belt, and did not need medical transport. Vehicle 1 suffered massive damage to the rear of the vehicle, rendering it totaled. The vehicle was spun around from the impact and hit the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife sign at the entrance of the dirt parking area. Airbags were deployed and one passenger was transported with report of pain in the head from impact.

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