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Police Log: Deer Carcass Complaint, Cars Hit Utility Poles

The following information was provided by the Milford Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Milford Police Department. Credit: Patch file photo.
Milford Police Department. Credit: Patch file photo.
Friday, Jan. 10

5:48 p.m.: A woman asked if it was illegal for her husband to take a swing at her, but miss. Police responded and spoke to the woman and her husband. Both denied any physical contact.

11:01 p.m.: A caller reported a white SUV, possibly a Chevrolet Suburban, had an occupant who threw a flaming piece of paper out the window, on Redwood Drive. The piece of paper had since been extinguished. Police reported it was possibly a lit cigarette that ignited a bag.

11:10 p.m.: A caller said he was hit in the face by his female roommate. An officer told the man to get away from her. Police responded but the two people had conflicting stories.

11:18 p.m.: A caller said her ex-boyfriend was stalking her and had sent her a text saying he was out in the front. She asked police to check the area. Police responded but could not find the ex-boyfriend's vehicle.

Saturday, Jan. 11

1:49 a.m.: A caller on Fountain Street said a car had hit a pole. Police responded. A sergeant said no one was injured but the road "is pure ice." The pole had a cable wire.

10:38 a.m.: A caller on Claflin Street said a vehicle took down wires. Police called Comcast.

11:27 a.m.: A runner on Windsor Road said she found a large amount of cash in a snow bank on Farmer's Circle. Police responded.

12:33 p.m.: A caller told police her parents were arguing in the house. She was outside with her three sisters, all under age 12. Several officers responded. The father was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center for an evaluation.

1:16 p.m.: A caller on Cedar Street reported illegal dumping of sheet rock.

3:17 p.m.: A caller on West Street said five men were arguing outside an apartment house. Police responded to spoke to the people.

4:40 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on East Main at Meade streets, police were seeking a summons to charge Carlos A. Costa-Carvalho, 33, of 19 Green St., Apt. 7, Milford, with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, uninsured motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended registration.

7:51 p.m.: Police requested an ambulance for a highly intoxicated, 54-year-old man.

8:34 p.m.: A car hit a tree on Lincoln Street. The driver refused medical treatment. The crash also took out the Mechanic Street sign. The man told police several times he did not want an ambulance, although he said his left leg hurt.

8:41 p.m.: A caller on Congress Street said his girlfriend heard gun shots in the area of the dentist's office. Police responded but found no evidence of guns being fired.

Sunday, Jan. 12

12:16 a.m.: A caller said her husband hit her in the hand in front of her 2-year-old son. She asked to speak to an officer.

2:06 a.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Main Street near 7-Eleven, police arrested Anderson Dearaujo, 36, of 526 Hollis, Framingham, on a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

3:29 a.m.: A resident of Congress Street said a car struck a utility pole. The driver appeared to have walked away. National Grid was contacted.

8:38 a.m.: A resident of Silver Hill Road said his mailbox was vandalized, along with three of his neighbor's.

11:52 a.m.: A caller on Purchase Street said a blue Dodge Ram truck had a deer carcass in the back.

1:04 p.m.: Firefighters responded to CVS on Medway Road and extinguished a fire in a bathroom. It started in a fixture.

3:16 p.m.: A caller reported finding a dead cat on Highland Street. The animal control officer was contacted.

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