Milton police mpd

Friday, Nov. 5

US RT 2 / Sand Bar-10:38 a.m.

  • A Sargent began a traffic stop for an observed motor vehicle violation. Upon interacting with the driver, signs of intoxication were noted. After completing Standard Field Sobriety Tests, the driver was taken into custody for Driving Under The Influence. He will appear in court at a later date.

Catamount Dr-10:06 a.m.

  • A Sargent responded to a business on Catamount Drive where a 911 hang-up was reported. While an officer spoke with an individual inside who confirmed all was well, The Sargent searched the outside of the building and determined that all appeared normal. 

Saturday, Nov. 6

Brickyard Road, Essex Junction Village-02:06 a.m. 

  • An officer and K9 helped the Essex Police Department with a request for a K9 to track a possible suspect. 

Aurora Ln-11:50 a.m. 

  • An Animal Control Officer responded to a residence on Aurora Lane where the homeowner said they had an unknown small white dog without any collar or identification. The owner of the dog was unable to be identified and the dog was subsequently brought to Lucky Puppies Dog Daycare. 

Sunday, Nov. 7

US RT 7-11:23 a.m.

  • Two officers were sent to a residence on US RT 7 where it was reported that a man had potentially overdosed in a vehicle. Upon arrival, the operator became alert, but was impaired and also said that he had driven. The driver performed Standard Field Sobriety Tests, and was ultimately taken into custody for Driving Under The Influence. 

Dustin Dr-8:37 p.m. 

  • An officer responded with the Milton Fire Department to a homeowner who reported what smelled like a gas leak. The area was searched, though no odor could be detected. 

Monday, Nov. 8

I89 SB-3:42 a.m. 

  • An officer  responded to a one car motor vehicle crash on I89. The driver hit a large deer while driving. The deer did not survive the crash, and the vehicle was also towed. The office stayed on scene until the Vermont State Police arrived to take over.

US Route 7 S-6:16 p.m. 

  • An officer was dispatched to a business on US RT 7 where it was reported that a patron had used a counterfeit bill for their purchase. The incident is currently under investigation. 

Tuesday, Nov. 9

US Route 7-2:32 p.m. 

  • While on patrol, a Corporal initiated a traffic stop on an individual for an observed motor vehicle violation. Upon making contact with the driver, signs of impairment were noted. After performing Standard Field Sobriety Tests, the driver was taken into custody for suspicion of Driving Under The Influence. 

Shannon Way-12:34 p.m.

  • A Sargent aided residents on Shannon Way by doing a car seat inspection for their child car seat. 

Wednesday, Nov. 10

Bombardier Road-1:41 p.m. 

  • An officer responded to Bombardier Road to help a elderly resident who had fallen and was potentially injured. The officer remained on scene until St. Michael’s rescue was able to transport the resident for further medical care. 

US Route 7 N-3:55 p.m.

  • An officer was sent to a residence on US RT 7 due to a report that an individual was burning plastic items. Upon arrival, it was confirmed that plastic was being burned. The Fire Department extinguished the fire and the individual who started the fire was issued a warning.

Thursday, Nov. 11

Lake Road-12:30 p.m.

  • An officer was dispatched to the area of Lake Road where a suspicious male was reported to be walking around in the road and stopping periodically at different driveways. The area was searched, though no individual was found.

Rita Way-3:53 p.m.

  • A Sargent responded to a residence on Rita Way where it was reported that a child living in the home made a call to 911 after hearing their parents fighting very loudly. Upon arrival, the parties were already beginning to separate for the evening, and confirmed the incident was verbal only. The Sargent also spoke with the child and thanked them for calling 911 when help was needed. 

 

 

 

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