Police Log: Vandalism at Hills Plaza, Child's Bag Triggers Brookside Evacuation
The following information was provided by the Milford Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction.
Tuesday, Oct. 9
3:05 p.m.: A man reported his ex-wife had just sent him a text saying she was going to harm herself and had taken seven Zanex pills. Police contacted Upton Police, who said they would conduct a well-being check. She was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center for an evaluation.
5:22 p.m.: A caller from Harris Avenue said someone had just driven through a construction site, and hit a gas line box. The Milford Fire Department responded to evaluate the situation.
6:03 p.m.: Firefighters responded to Fino Field, where an 11-year-old boy had sustained a neck injury. He was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.
Wednesday, Oct. 10
6:47 a.m.: An employee of Mobil on Route 109 (Medway Road) said a customer had just got gas, but "isn't paying." The vehicle was a Chevrolet Silverado registered to a Natick man. Police filed a report.
7:58 a.m.: A woman on Bandy Lane reported her vehicle had been broken into overnight, and about $125 in cash taken. She said she would come into the station to talk with an officer and file a report.
9:49 a.m.: A caller at Hills Plaza on Prospect Street told police several thousand dollars in damage had been done to the property. An officer responded, and reported back that some kids had written their names in the concrete overnight. He asked for an officer assigned to the Milford schools to report to the scene.
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12:51 p.m.: A caller reported an erratic driver was leaving Interstate 495 at Exit 20, and provided a partial plate number. A BOLO was put out to all units. An officer reported he spoke to the driver of the suspect vehicle, and he reported "there was an altercation on the highway with another driver, and he exited the highway erratically to get away from the other car."
2:46 p.m.: Police and firefighters responded to Brookside Elementary School, where the main fire alarm was sounding. A teacher called and reported that a child's bag had hit the alarm. The school was being evacuated.
3:20 p.m.: A woman reported her safe at her home on Hamilton Street was broken into sometime overnight, and about $1,100 was taken. She said she would come into the police station to file a report.