The Milton Police Department responded to 168 incidents between May 28-June 3, including 8 motor vehicle complaints, 13 suspicious events and 18 traffic stops. 

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

May 28

1:22 a.m. - Maplewood Ave

Sgt. LaFountain was dispatched to a residence whereas the complainant advised her dog was acting uncharacteristically strange and alert, barking far more frequently than normal. The subject was concerned that someone was outside her residence. Sgt. LaFountain had arrived within just a few minutes of the call and did not locate any individuals outside of the home. The subject was advised to call back if the activity continued, though no calls were made.

8:10 p.m. - Benning Cir

Ofc. Schiavo responded to a residence on Benning Circle to a report of a disturbance. Upon arrival, Ofc. Schiavo made contact with two individuals who stated that their neighbor, who was highly intoxicated, was yelling at them. This neighbor was identified and seemingly was indeed under the influence. This individual did admit to an argument, but asserted that nothing physical had occurred. Upon request, the individual went back in their residence. No further action was needed.

May 29

12:38 p.m. - Bombardier Rd

Ofc. McQueen responded to the report of a closed business with an open door and nobody inside. One of the building property owners was on sight and did not see anything out of place after looking through the building. The side door was locked but open and appeared that it did not latch correctly when last closed. The door was shut and confirmed secured.

10:53 p.m.- River St / Main St

While on Patrol, Cpl. Grenier initiated a traffic stop upon a vehicle who was exceeding the posted speed limit. Upon making contact with the driver, indicators of intoxication and impairment were identified. As a result, 28 year old Benjamin Martin of Milton was arrested on suspicion of DUI. He was issued a citation to appear in court at a later date.

May 30

10:20 a.m. - Boysenberry Dr

Ofc. Noel mediated a visitation / custody dispute between two parties.

6:55 p.m. - Ritchie Ave

Ofc. Schiavo was dispatched to the boat ramp off of Ritchie Ave with the report of a possible overdose. The caller stated the male appeared to be unconscious with his mouth open, with another conscious person with him. Upon locating the vehicle, it was discovered that the individuals were both conscious and involved in intimate activities. After allowing the individuals to compose themselves, Ofc. Schiavo identified both parties and instructed them to relocate to a residence.

May 31

11:09 a.m. - Middle Rd

Cpl. Porter responded to a business on Middle road where it was reported an individual was agitated he could not reclaim possession of his vehicle that had been towed. The business stated that the individual had failed to properly identify himself as the owner, and needed to pay for the vehicle to be returned. The subject was able to provide identification and assured the cost would be paid for. No further action was required.

4:10 - Middle Rd

Cpl. Porter received a call from a store on Middle Road where an employee had found a small dog without a collar. The owner was later returned to the store and was able to pick up the dog.

June 1

3:28 p.m. - Route 7 S

Ofc. McQueen responded to a call from an employee at a local business who reported a patron had gone through the drive-thru who had appeared to be under the influence and was nodding off. The vehicle was located and Ofc. McQueen made contact with the driver. Upon contact it was determined that the driver was not under the influence and showed no signs of impairment. Nothing further was required.

10:39 p.m. - RT 7 

Ofc. Corbin responded to a residence to assist with an individual who needed mental health assistance. After speaking with the individual, it was decided the best course was for them to be transported to the hospital. The subject was taken to the hospital to receive care.

June 2

1:12 p.m. - Renes / River St

Cpl. Porter and Det. Hendry responded to a report of a vehicle that was driving erratically and that it had crossed the center line on US Route 7. The operator was located and was driving at a slow rate of speed over the fog log. Upon being stopped, the subject was screened for signs of impairment. It was learned that the driver was likely having medical issues, and not under the influence of intoxicants. Milton rescue responded, though the driver refused treatment. The driver’s child arrived to transport the individual.

5:09 p.m. - Sanderson Rd

Cpl. Porter was dispatched to a residence for a report of a woman who had deposited duffel bags in the woods. Further investigation revealed that the bags were put there by the son of the property owner adjacent to the caller. The family had a dispute and the bags were packed with the intention of leaving. The bags were retrieved and nothing further was required.

June 3

7:11 a.m. - Rebecca Lander Drive 

Sgt. Locke assisted teaching the Milton High School driver’s education class.

6:20 p.m. - Arrowhead Ave

Ofc. McQueen received a call from a woman asking MPD to check on her neighbor as she was concerned for her well-being having not heard from her in several days, and her dogs had been barking all day. Ofc. McQueen was able to reach the subject in question who was well and at work.

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