Police Log: Man Dials 911 Repeatedly, Trying for International Call
The following information was supplied by the Milford police department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
Milford police took a man into protective custody early Wednesday, after he repeatedly called the 911 emergency line, trying to place an international call.
Tuesday, May 15
3:21 p.m.: A two-car crash was reported on West Street, near Milford District Court. No injury was involved.
4:03 p.m.: A caller on Main Street reported her daughter was discharged from the hospital, but went to her sister's work still wearing the hospital gown. She reported the daughter might be walking around Main Street in the "Johnny."
4:26 p.m.: A two-car crash on Prospect at Water streets was reported. No injury was involved.
8:48 p.m.: A caller told police a driver on South Main Street was "all over the road and almost ran several vehicles off the road." Police contacted Upton Police, as the driver was heading into that town.
Wednesday, May 16
12:24 a.m.: A man on Claudette Drive called 911 in error, saying he was trying to dial a foreign country.
1:03 a.m.: The man called again, repeatedly, on the emergency line, while trying to make an international call. An officer was dispatched to speak to him. Police took the 54-year-old man into protective custody.
9:50 a.m.: Police and firefighters responded to East Main at Cedar streets, for a report of a two-car collision. An ambulance was called for a person who sustained a foot injury.
1:12 p.m.: Police received a report of a suspicious looking green duffle bag near Sacred Heart of Jesus church.