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Police Log: Argument over Dirty Laundry, Street Flooding

The following information was supplied by the Milford police department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Monday, Aug. 27

4:30 p.m.: An officer attempted to serve a restraining order to a man in Prospect Heights. Police were told the defendant "may have left the country."

4:55 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Fortune Boulevard, at , police arrested Geoffrey S. Pironti, 44, of 30 Hargrave, Apt. 4, Holliston, on charges of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, failure to stop or yield, a warrant, and three charges of possession of a Class B drug, subsequent offense.

5:41 p.m.: A caller on Hayward Street reported a Honda motorcycle was in her driveway, with no plates on it. She didn't know who owned it. The vehicle was towed.

5:57 p.m.: Police responded to the area of , where a man was driving a blue pickup truck erratically. He had seemed intoxicated to a caller when he was in the restaurant. Police checked the area but the vehicle had left.

6:54 p.m.: A caller reported stolen money and scratch tickets from a home on Congress Street.

7:13 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop in front of Milford police headquarters, police arrested Manuel Caguana-Pinguil, 19, of 13 Genoa Ave., Apt. 2, Milford, on a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

7:14 p.m.: A caller reported her husband, who has dementia, was trying to lock her out of the house. Police responded and determined this was a verbal dispute.

11:04 p.m.: A man walked in to police headquarters and said he had an argument over dirty laundry with his mother, and he "thought his mother came here and filed a complaint on him." She had not. An officer spoke to him.

11:23 p.m.: A caller requested a well-being check for a man in a black four-door sedan who appeared to be sleeping, in the parking area of Police checked on him and he was OK.

Tuesday, Aug. 28

1:02 a.m.: A 16-year-old girl was reported to have run away from home, and was thought to be with a boyfriend. Police located the girl and took her back home.

7:54 a.m.: A caller reported a long, white moving van was parked outside a house on Manella Avenue that should have no one in it. Police checked and it was OK.

8:30 a.m.: Police reported flooding on Central, North Bow and South Bow streets, prompting detours and temporary closures. Up to three feet of water was reported in spots.

8:34 a.m.: A caller reported flooding in front of

9:15 a.m.: Police responded to, where a caller reported a disturbance with two customers. These were the same customers who had started a disturbance the previous night, police were told. An officer determined the issue was a civil matter.

11:31 a.m.: A sewer cover was reported to be half-off a manhole at Madden Avenue and Washington Street. Police notified the Milford Sewer Department.

11:56 a.m.: A landlord reported a tenant was "causing a problem" on Water Street and asked to speak to an officer. An officer advised the landlord to go to the court house.

12:30 p.m.: A party from walked in to police headquarters to report that customers had left and not paid.

2:18 p.m.: Police and firefighters responded to , where a two-car crash had resulted in an air bag deployment. Police requested tow trucks for both cars. No one was injured.

3:47 p.m.: Police responded to where a loss prevention officer reported someone had stolen multiple items from the store. Police located the suspect and "they are now enroute to Kmart to pick up the merchandise she dumped."

4:43 p.m.: Police and firefighters responded to where a man had caused a disturbance in the lobby, and "just punched a hole in the wall." The man was taken to for an evaluation.

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