The Milton Police Department responded to 109 incidents between Sept. 3-10.
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Friday, September 3:
Us Route 7 S-3:35 p.m.
- Ofc. Schiavo and Ofc. McQueen responded to a business on US Route 7 for the report of two females walking out of the store with items they did not pay for. An Employee of the store met with the females in the parking lot in an attempt to get the items. The majority of the stolen goods were recovered, and the females left in a vehicle. Video of the incident helped identify one of the individuals, and the incident is being further investigated.
River St-11:15 p.m.
- Cpl. Grenier responded to an establishment on River Street with the complaint of loud music. Upon arrival, it was advised that the music was done for the evening. Nothing further was required.
Saturday, September 4:
Bombardier Rd-3:06 a.m.
- Cpl. Grenier assisted an individual who arrived at the Milton Rescue Station in need of Medical aid. Cpl. Grenier was able to provide medical care until Colchester Rescue arrived on scene to transport to the UVMMC.
Benning Cir-9:19 p.m.
- Milton PD received a report of a dog barking at a residence on Benning Circle. The caller advised the dog had been barking for the majority of the day. Milton’s Animal Control Officer responded to the area, but was unable to locate a dog barking. The incident was recording in the case of future complaints.
Sunday, September 5:
Railroad St-4:57 a.m.
- Ofc. Bosworth and Cpl. Grenier were dispatched to a residence on Railroad Street where it was reported that two subjects were yelling at each other and causing a disturbance. Upon arrival, Ofc. Bosworth met with an individual who explained she was having an argument which subsequently woke her mother, and which led to them arguing also. All partied involved agreed further police assistance was not needed.
Rita Way-6:29 p.m.
- Ofc. Schiavo responded to a residence on Rita Way for the report of a verbal altercation between neighbors. One subject advised that his neighbor yelled at his children, and when confronted, began threatening to damage the fence separating their property. Ultimately, the caller wished to trespass the neighbor from his property, and nothing further was required.
Monday, September 6:
US Route 7-4:12 p.m.
- Sgt. Philbrook was dispatched to US Route 7 for the report of a vehicle driving erratically. The caller advised the driver was initially on the interstate, but got off at the Milton exit headed towards Milton. No vehicle matching the given description was located.
Bombardier Rd-8:52 p.m.
- Ofc. Corbin was dispatched to Bombardier Park East for the report of a vehicle in the park after hours. Upon arrival, Ofc. Corbin met with an individual who parked their vehicle on the woodchips near the playground equipment. The operator advised he was taking a nap on the playground equipment after a long day. Ofc. Corbin met with two other subjects who advised they were hanging out with the driver, who actually parked on the woodchips to “look cool”. The driver subsequently moved his vehicle, and later apologized to officers for not being truthful.
Tuesday, September 7:
Park Place-10:03 a.m.
- Cpl. Coulombe was notified by a Town Employee of vandalism to Town property. It was noted that four total items were tagged with graffiti in the area of Bombardier Park. The items that were vandalized were photographed and the incident is under investigation.
Wednesday, September 8:
Hobbs Rd-5:10 p.m.
- Sgt. Locke assisted a resident on Hobbs road where a grease fire had started on the stove. Sgt. Locke was able to put out the fire with a fire extinguisher.
US RT 7 / Bartlett Rd-7:37 p.m.
- While on Patrol, Cpl. Grenier assisted a gentleman walking on US Route 7. Because the man was wearing very dark clothing, and with heavy rain and wind, visibility was extremely low. For safety reasons, the subject was given a ride home to avoid any accident or injury.
Thursday, September 9
Middle Rd-10:21 a.m.
- A number of MPD Officers responded to a business on Middle Road for an attempted robbery. The incident is currently under investigation.
Us Route 7 S-11:46 p.m.
- Cpl. Grenier was dispatched to a residence on US Route 7 where an anonymous caller reported hearing a disturbance within the dwelling. Upon arrival, Cpl. Grenier met with the resident who advised they had just fallen down the stairs, and was talking animatedly after, but no argument or altercation took place. No further medical or police involvement was needed.
Friday, September 10
River St-5:31 a.m.
- Cpl. Grenier was dispatched to Valero on River Street with the report of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot for an extended period of time. Upon arrival, Cpl. Grenier met with the operator who advised he was meeting someone for breakfast. It was determined that the driver currently had active conditions which prevented him from driving a vehicle. A citation was issued and the man will appear in court at a later date.