In the overnight police log, officers responded to several reports of suspicious people, including a person digging in a cemetery who turned out to be an employee. Police also responded to after receiving a report that a man had walked out with a cart full of meat.
Tuesday, May 17
3:01 p.m.: Police received several calls about a structure fire at a building on West Street. The fire turned out to be a chair on fire, not the structure.
3:22 p.m.: Police assisted a woman in filing for a restraining order.
3:23 p.m.: Police and rescue responded to Rolling Green Drive after a woman said her former husband had taken out a BB gun and “wanted her to call the police so that they would do him the favor and that he would not have to shoot himself.”
3:25 p.m.: A man called to report a young boy was digging a large hole near one of the graves in the North Purchase Street Cemetery. After police spoke to the youth, an officer determined he was a cemetery employee digging a hole for an urn.
4:53 p.m.: Police received a report of a male at who left the store with “a carriage full of meat.” Police are seeking a summons to charge Anthony L. Laporta, 64, of 169 Medway Rd., Apt. 12, Milford, with allowing improper operation of a motor vehicle. Police also are seeking a summons to charge James V. Moffi, 53, of 169 Medway Rd., Apt. 19, with shoplifting by concealing merchandise and unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.
8:54 p.m.: A caller said a customer at had left her a note that she wanted to speak to an officer about.
10:08 p.m.: A caller reported a domestic argument in an apartment on Franklin Street. The dispatcher could hear “yelling and screaming” in the background. Police arrested Marcelino Setaro, 30, of 40 Franklin St., Milford, on a charge of domestic assault and battery.
Wednesday, May 18
7:08 a.m.: A disturbance was reported on Carp Road, involving a 24-year-old man who was “out of control.”
7:58 a.m.: An accident involving a Nissan Altima and an SUV was reported at the intersection of Medway and Bay roads. No injuries were reported.
8:18 a.m.: A woman called police to report several things were stolen from her home on Birmingham Court. The woman later determined the items were in the home.
8:30 a.m.: A woman spoke to police about threats.
9:27 a.m.: A caller from contacted police about a suspicious man who “dropped off his address and phone number” to a 16-year-old employee.
10:20 a.m.: A caller told police he observed a Honda Accord leaving the scene of an accident in which the driver, an elderly male, hit a street light “which is now about to fall.”
10:51 a.m.: Police received a call about a man standing near Emmons Street, and yelling about money. Police determined the male was upset because his car wasn’t working.