Milton police mpd

Friday, Oct. 8:

Cobble Hill Road-11:40 a.m. 

  • A Sargent was sent to the area of Cobble Hill Road because of two neighbors arguing over gravel. Upon arrival, Sgt. Philbrook mediated the discussion between the two, and once resolved, told them that this problem could have been avoided with a simple conversation. 

US Route 7 S / Bartlett Rd-9:16 p.m. 

  • A Sargent responded to the area of US Route 7S and Bartlett Road to the report of a vehicle speeding and operating erratically. The vehicle was located, though no erratic operation or high rate of speed was seen. 

Saturday, Oct. 9:

US Route 2 / Causeway-12:07 a.m. 

  • A Sargent was sent to the causeway area of US RT 2 where there had been a report of a vehicle operating erratically before pulling off near the sandbar. The Sargent was able to locate the vehicle and make contact with the driver. The driver told the Sargent that they had a long day at work and could not stay awake. The driver said it was safer to pull over and sleep a bit before continuing on. 

Rebecca Lander Dr-10:13 a.m.

  • An officer completed a foot patrol at the High School where multiple sporting events were taking place. 

Sunday, Oct. 10:

US RT 7 / Middle Road-2:32 a.m.

  • An officer made a traffic stop for an observed motor vehicle violation. Upon making contact with the driver, signs of intoxication were noted. The driver agreed  to perform the Standard Field Sobriety Tests. After the tests, the driver was taken into custody for suspicion of Driving Under the Influence and will appear in court at a later date for the charge. 

Evergreen Dr-11:26  p.m.

  • A Sargent responded to Evergreen Drive where a vehicle was reported to have been parked for many days.The Sargent found a vehicle that was parked in the visitor parking of Evergreen Drive and discovered to be stolen out of Willison, VT. The vehicle was towed back  to Williston PD where they will resume the investigation of the stolen vehicle. 

Monday, Oct. 11:

Bombardier Road-12:59 p.m.

  • An officer responded to the area of Bombardier Park to a report that juveniles were fighting. The officer was able to make contact with the victim and a number of witnesses who confirmed it was one person hitting another, and not a fight. The attacker was identified, and was issued a citation to appear in Family Court at a later date. 

US Route 7 N-5:28 p.m. 

  • An officer responded to Arrowhead Lake to assist the Milton Fire Department who reported an unresponsive male on a kayak on the Lake. The man was reported to not respond to the sound of their yelling or siren. Milton Fire members made entry into the water, and while close, the man woke up. He told the authorities that he had gotten back from work, began drinking, and fell asleep on the kayak. 

Tuesday, Oct. 12:

Us Route 7 S-10:04 p.m.

  • Police responded to a residence on US RT 7 where it was reported that one of the residents had driven home highly intoxicated, and was causing a disturbance. The police met with the person who had been drinking, but was under the legal limit. It was also confirmed that the argument was only verbal. All parties agreed to separate for the evening. 

Wednesday, Oct. 13:

Cobble Hill Road

  • A number of Milton PD Officers in partnership with the US Marshals apprehended Brian A Russin, who had an active warrant and was wanted out of Montana. 

Thursday, Oct. 14:

Bombardier Rd-1:32 a.m. 

  • A Sargent assisted the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office with a Drug Recognition Expert Screening for a driver they believed to be operating while under the influence.

Lower Welden St, St Albans City-10:05 p.m.

  • A Sargent assisted the St. Albans Police Department with a Drug Recognition Expert Screening for a driver they believed to be operating while under the influence. 

Friday, Oct. 15:

River St-12:00 a.m.

  • While investigating an unrelated case, police made contact with an individual who had active warrants out of Franklin County. The individual was taken into custody without incident and will appear in Franklin County Court. 

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