Police Log: Car into Draper Memorial Park, Man Puts Woman in Headlock

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

Friday, July 27

6:41 p.m.: Police responded to , for a report of a possible domestic in the parking area. Police determined there was no domestic. A woman had an argument with her boyfriend on the phone.

7:15 p.m.: A two-car crash with no injury was reported on Prospect at Main streets.

7:48 p.m.: A man walked into police headquarters and and asked to speak to an officer about the theft of a bike.

7:48 p.m.: A caller reported a vehicle had hit his cat on West Street, then took off.

8:36 p.m.: Police responded to where a man and a woman were arguing in the parking lot, in separate vehicles. The incident was a verbal argument.

9:52 p.m.: A caller reported a noise complaint on Highland Street.

10:07 p.m.: A caller asked police to check on the well-being of a disoriented man near , who had no shoes and a green shirt on. Police spoke to the individual.

10:13 p.m.: A caller reported individuals were lighting fireworks on Reservoir Road. Police could not locate the noise-makers.

10:41 p.m.: Police responded to the where a 16-year-old girl reportedly consumed alcohol, and was having a possible diabetic reaction. She was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.

10:58 p.m.: A caller reported her neighbor on Bancroft Avenue was having a loud gathering. Police spoke to the neighbor.

Saturday, July 28

12:39 a.m.: A caller reported her ex boyfriend had just shown up at hter home and she asked to speak to an officer.

2:20 a.m.: A Toyota Camry being driven the wrong way on Franklin Street then crossed Main Street and entered The vehicle was towed out of the park. Police arrested Paul Pouliot, 31, of 160 Dailey Dr., Franklin, and charged him with OUI liquor, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, driving on a state highway the wrong way and wanton destruction of property more than $250.

7:39 a.m.: Police received a report of an erratic motorcyclist on Congress at Main streets. The motorcyclist could not be located.

8:08 a.m.: Police responded to on East Main Street, where a domestic was reported in front of the business involving a man and a woman. The woman told police it was just a verbal argument. She said she did not want a restraining order.

8:32 a.m.: A caller on Hayward Street reported his vehicle, a Lexus, was keyed overnight.

9:51 a.m.: A caller asked for a well-being check on his girlfriend. He said he got a call from her ex-boyfriend, stating he was with her. The caller said previously threats were made. Several officers responded to Main Street. Police arrested Jose Antonio Rivera, 20, of 2719 Box 126 E. Arnold Ave., Wrightstown, NJ, on charges of larceny under $250 and domestic assault and battery.

12:17 p.m.: Firefighters and police responded to Silver Hill Road, where a caller reported a fire inside a shed in her backyard. Police reported a lawnmower was on fire. It was moved into the backyard, out of the shed. Firefighters extinguished the fire.

12:24 p.m.: A caller reported that someone had torn down the one-way sign on Jefferson Street. The Highway Department was notified.

12:44 p.m.: A caller reported seeing a large group of youths "drinking and jumping into the quarries." Police could not locate the youths.

12:57 p.m.: An Emergency Room nurse at Milford Regional Medical Center asked for officers to respond for a woman who had driven into the ER "under the influence."

1:29 p.m.: Police and rescue workers responded to , where an 84-year-old man "headlocked a female employee" after a change in mental status. He was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.

1:58 p.m.: A caller at the Law Offices of Teresa Persico asked to speak to an officer about "dog poop that was left on the stairs" of the business.

3:22 p.m.: A caller asked police officers to "keep the peace" while he picked up some of his belongings from a Hayward Street address.

4:35 p.m.: A woman reported seeing "flames outside and they were getting bigger" as she looked out a side window on Main Street. The caller did not exactly know where the flames were coming from.

4:36 p.m.: A man told police he was driving on Cedar Street, toward Hopkinton, and three teenage boys threw something at his driver's side window "smashing it." The father of the caller thought it might be a pellet gun. Police checked the area of the bike path, but were not able to locate the youths.

4:59 p.m.: A caller reported several items were missing from his backyard on Whitney Street.

5:52 p.m.: A caller reported wires were down across a vehicle on Congress Street. National Grid moved the wires onto the sidewalk. A crew was dispatched to work on the pole.

9:21 p.m.: A caller said he heard a woman screaming on Exchange Street, but was not sure which apartment. Police knocked on all the apartment doors, and checked the hallways and outdoors, but could not locate any disturbance.

10:13 p.m.: A caller on Walker Avenue said his neighbors had been "fighting for an hour" and he could now hear things being thrown. Police spoke to all parties and determined this was a verbal dispute.

Sunday, July 29

12:36 a.m.: An officer conducting a motor vehicle stop on South Main Street near requested backup. Several other officers responded. Police arrested Matthew Doucette, 44, of 79 Hixon St., Bellingham, on a charge of assault and battery.

12:00 p.m.: A caller at Salon Centric on Medway Road reported a strange man was waiting outside the salon when she got to work. "He tried to give her a stuffed animal and also tried to get into the store when she was going in." He left when she told him that the alarms were going to go off. Police responded but could not locate the man.


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