Sunday, Aug. 12
4:11 p.m.: Firefighters responded to the Groves apartments on Capitol Road, for an alarm that had been sounding for more than 30 minutes.
5:17 p.m.: A parks department employee responded to , after a bicyclist reported seeing a sprinkler "gushing water" on the field. Police removed five youths from the dugout area.
5:52 p.m.: Upton Police reported that someone had called them to report dumping of furniture on Reservoir Road. Milford Police checked Camp Street and Reservoir Road but found no evidence of dumping.
6:26 p.m.: A caller at Shadowbrook Lane reported seeking "two cars full of kids" that were heading toward the Police responded but found nothing at Shadowbrook.
7:04 p.m.: A caller reported a Toyota Corolla had hit a utility pole on Oliver Street. No one was injured. National Grid was contacted about the pole.
7:06 p.m.: A caller reported a domestic involving two people who did not speak English. According to the police narrative, the argument was verbal, not physical, and concerned "the paternity of one of their children." A restraining order was granted to the woman.
8:26 p.m.: A caller reported two vehicles, including a white Ford Explorer and a darker colored Buick, drove down the bike path from Dilla Street to the dirt section leading to Clark's Island. An officer responded, but the vehicles were gone when he arrived.
8:52 p.m.: A man called police to report his girlfriend had just left a residence on Exchange Street after he asked her to leave. "He doesn't want to report anything but she left screaming."
8:58 p.m.: The woman referenced in the previous incident called police and said her boyfriend would not let her get her clothing from their residence and "he grabbed her arm and she has scratches." Police responded, but the man was no longer at home. Police are seeking a summons to charge Walter Smith, 53, of 45 Exchange St., Apt. 3E, Milford, with domestic assault and battery.
11:15 p.m.: Police responded to Capitol Road, where a man initially complained that neighbors were yelling and keeping him up. On arriving, an officer found a woman on the ground, bleeding from the mouth. Firefighters responded and she was taken to
11:16 p.m.: Police responded again to Exchange Street, where two males and two females were arguing outside the building. Police checked and everyone was OK.
Monday, Aug. 13
12:25 a.m.: A Nissan Altima was repossessed on Congress Street without incident.
12:49 a.m.: A man walking his dog on West Street said he was harassed by two or three men in a silver SUV who were "asking him questions about his dog."
1:18 a.m.: A Nissan Murano was repossessed on Alfred Road, without incident.
8:03 a.m.: A man called from Birmingham Court to report someone had tried to break into his mother's apartment overnight.