Police Log: Cars Towed from Main Street, Woman Says Ex tried to Run Her Over

The following information was provided by the Milford Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction.

Thursday, Nov. 8

5:25 p.m.: A caller reported her ex-husband, who is not allowed in her house by court order, had come in that day and stolen two laptops.

5:26 p.m.: A caller reported a hit-and-run on Main Street, near Milford Auto Body and Collision. A caller said the vehicle that ran was a smaller pickup with Rhode Island plates, and it headed east on Route 16.

5:47 a.m.: A two-car crash was reported on Beaver Street at Medway Road. No injury was involved.

9:25 p.m.: A caller reported she was having a problem with her 14-year-old daughter and asked to speak to an officer.

10:04 p.m.: A caller reported a neighbor on Eastview Drive was banging on the walls and yelling.

11:05 p.m.: A caller asked to speak to an officer about her 15-year-old daughter leaving the home without her permission. The young woman was entered in the police system as missing, but was later located at school.

Friday, Nov. 9

1:22 a.m.: A Ford F-350 was repossessed on Taft Street.

1:56 a.m.: A police sergeant checked on a vehicle on Fayette Street that had its interior lights on. The car was secure, the light was just left on inside.

3:21 a.m.: A dead animal was reported to be in the road at South Bow Street at Bragg Slipp. A message was left for the animal control officer.

6:23 a.m.: A Nissan Altima was towed from Main Street, near 7-eleven, after an officer found it in a no-parking zone for Main Street construction. The work crews needed it moved.

9:13 a.m.: A vehicle was towed from Main Street, in front of Spallone and Son Mens Wear, because it was parked in a construction no-parking zone.

9:42 a.m.: A woman reported someone and she initially didn't think anything was missing, but now she realized her checkbook was gone. She was advised to contact the bank.

9:48 a.m.: A caller reported her friend had been involved in a domestic in Prospect Heights. 

10:04 a.m.: A caller from Dynamic Hair Salon complained of construction problems. An officer on detail reported that contractors were working on the roof, and that "a couple of things" may have fallen.

10:11 a.m.: A woman told police she needed a restraining order because her ex had tried to run her over in a car that morning, and is making threats toward her. She was advised to go to Milford District Court for the restraining order.

11:13 a.m.: A caller from The Maids reported one of their employees was involved in a hit-and-run at the light in front of McDonald's at South Main Street. Both vehicles had since left the scene, but the other car left first.

12:21 p.m.: A woman dropped off a bumper with a license plate attached, found on Main Street that morning. Police were unable to contact the owner.

12:33 p.m.: A two-car crash was reported on Fiske Mill Road at West Street. No injury was involved.

1:28 p.m.: A woman walked in to police headquarters to speak to an officer about a man attempting to harm her.

2:25 p.m.: A two-car crash was reported by the ambulance bay at Milford Regional Medical Center. An officer determined the crash had happened on Route 140 at the entrance to the hospital. No one was injured.

2:29 p.m.: A man walked in to police headquarters to drop off a handful of cards he found outside in leaves. An officer tried to contact the woman whose name was on them.

3:08 p.m.: A man asked police to look for his foster son, saying the boy had called him and told him he intended to run away from home. The caller described the boy, and gave police a few locations where he might be.

3:36 p.m.: A woman on Jefferson Street said she thought someone was stealing her packages.


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