Wednesday, Jan. 30
4:54 p.m.: A woman asked to speak to an officer about identity fraud.
4:58 p.m.: Police responded to where an operator asked for police assistance. Security was out with a person involved in a possible domestic, in a vehicle.
6:37 p.m.: EMTs and police responded to West Street, where a 59-year-old had a possible broken leg after striking a trailer hitch. He was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.
6:48 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Dilla Street, near Louisa Lake, police are seeking a summons to charge Miranda M. Barnett, 32, of 16 Tanglewood Dr., Milford, with operating a motor vehicle with a revoked registration, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license. The woman and her 6-year-old son were given a ride home by police.
8:15 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Main Street, near Tedeschi's, police arrested Mykal M. Mason, 21, of 75 Pine St., Milford, on charges of improper operation of a motor vehicle and possession to distribute a Class D drug.
10:21 p.m.: A caller at Mobil Mart reported the theft of gasoline.
10:33 p.m.: Police responded to Orchard Street for a report of loud music. Police arrested John W. Fegan, 29, of 5 Orchard St., Milford, on charges of disorderly conduct and violating the town's noise bylaw article.
Thursday, Jan. 31
12:18 a.m.: Police responded to a disturbance near McDonald's on South Main Street. A caller heard a man screaming in a house nearby, and loud bangs, possibly someone hitting something. The caller called back to report that the disturbance was actually coming from a vehicle in the parking lot. Police checked and everything was OK.
3:33 a.m.: Police received a Lifeline alert saying a 62-year-old woman on Greenleaf Terrace reported someone was knocking at her door and turning the doorknob. She didn't want to look to see who it was. Police arrived and found the screen door was open, possibly due to the wind. The officers spoke to the woman who said she didn't see anyone, but got nervous, so called.
4:03 a.m.: A caller reported suspicious activity on Purchase Street. he saw a young man trying to break into his vehicle. The man was wearing a red hat and a black sweatshirt. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the male.
8:05 a.m.: A caller reported vandalism to his motor vehicle, on Myrtle Street. An officer responded and determined the damage was not caused by vandalism, but due to the windstorm.
9:04 a.m.: A caller reported a motor vehicle hit-and-run, possibly overnight. Police are seeking a summons to charge Leticia Cedeno, 23, of 47 Mt. Pleasant St., Milford, with leaving the scene of property damage and failure to drive in the right lane.
9:21 a.m.: A caller on Greenleaf Terrace reported a man had been harassing her over a parking space she has been parking in.
11:17 a.m.: A caller reported a crew had been working in the road on Fortune Boulevard without a traffic detail.
11:40 a.m.: A court employee called police to state a driver had just left Milford District Court and she appeared to be intoxicated. A BOLO was put out to all patrol officers.
11:42 a.m.: A woman told police she had witnessed a hit-and-run on Pine Street. She said a white truck, driven by a female driver, had hit a grey Acura and then taken off.
11:57 a.m.: A caller reported a man was looking in the windows of the businesses on Main Street. Police checked him out and everything was OK.
12:04 p.m.: A caller reported the driver of a Chevrolet Impala was acticing suspiciously. He was taking a bike in and out of the trunk of his vehicle. Police questioned him and everything was OK.
12:45 p.m.: A caller told police of illegal dumping at a business on Maple Street. Police checked and found it was not dumping.
12:58 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Main Street, police arrested Lauro A. Quizhpe, 27, of 3 Cedar St., Milford, on charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to display owner's name on truck.
1:16 p.m.: Wires were reported down on Silver Hill Road. Verizon was contacted.
3:11 p.m.: Riverside emergency services contacted police to report they had admitted a patient who had been threatening suicide by gun. He has an active firearms license. Police followed up.