Police Log: Disgruntled Customer, Lost Ring, Arrests

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

Police responded to numerous disturbances and complaints over the weekend, including a report of a disgruntled customer at the Wendy's drive-thru, who took off, then returned to the store. Police also made several arrests.

Friday, Dec. 2

5:23 p.m.: Police responded to for a report of a two-car crash with no injuries.

5:42 p.m.: A two-vehicle crash, with no injury, was reported on East Main Street. Police arrested Thomas A. Supple, 43, of 51 Eagle Dr., East Douglas, on charges of leaving the scene of property damage and operating under the influence of liquor.

6:22 p.m.: Police responded to Rosenfeld Avenue for ta report of a suspicious man, walking door to door, stating he was from Verizon.

7:10 p.m.: Police responded to for a report of a woman shoplifting, and possibly intoxicated. Police took a woman into custody.

7:29 p.m.: A caller told police he or she was involved in a hit-and-run at on Medway Road. The suspect vehicle was gone when police arrived.

7:56 p.m.: A caller told police a driver was operating erratically on North Bow Street, at Jefferson Street. Police pulled the Ford F150 over. A 25-year-old man was taken into protective custody. Police arrested Luis Loja Caguana, 27, of 452 Hazel St., Uxbridge, on charges of operating under the influence of liquor, unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle.

Saturday, Dec. 3

12:21 p.m.: Police received a noise complaint about an address on Reade Street that was having a party.

1:07 a.m.: Police responded to after receiving a report of a disgruntled customer in the drive-through. The car was gone when police arrived.

1:30 a.m.: Police returned to Wendy's after the customer returned. The vehicle was towed. Police arrested Elizandy Diaz, 22, of 20 E. Main St., Apt. 3, Milford, on a charge of operating under the influence of liquor.

7:47 a.m.: A caller on Otis Street reported that her car was broken into but "absolutely nothing is missing." The call was recorded due to break-ins in the area.

7:57 a.m.: A caller told police people were making noise "banging in the basement" on West Walnut Street.

8:43 a.m.: A woman walked in to police headquarters and reported her car was struck in a hit-and-run at the lot.

10:09 a.m.: A caller told police all of the windows had been broken in the Glamour Luso business on Main Street.

10:28 a.m.: The tree warden asked for police to stand by on Congress Street at Pleasant Street while he checked to see if a tree being cut down was a town tree, or on private property.

11:39 a.m.: An anonymous caller told police she had almost been hit by a Lincoln Aviator at Main and Congress Streets. She said this had happened several times at the intersection, which she believes is dangerous.

12:29 p.m.: A caller on Vine Street told police his vehicle had been broken into twice in the past week.

1:08 p.m.: A caller told police a man in a Jeep was asleep in the lot at and had wires hanging out of the window. The caller said this was an "ongoing issue" and they would like him removed from the lot and asked to not return.

2:32 p.m.: A caller told police that people soliciting at the intersection of East Main and Cedar streets were pressing the "walk button" on the intersection lights to stop traffic.

5:09 p.m.: A caller told police her car had been involved in a hit and run at

5:58 p.m.: A caller asked police to help her pick up property at her mother's house on Franklin Street, who has a restraining order against her.

7:24 p.m.: A caller told police a man on Baker Slip had "punched the walls" on the outside of his house and is "throwing items inside the house." The man was also "highly intoxicated." Police found the man was gone when they arrived.

7:34 p.m.: A person walked in to police headquarters to report that someone had broken into their car, on Chestnut Street.

7:45 p.m.: A woman called police after she had pizza delivered to her Rolling Green Drive address. She said she was nervous about the delivery man. Police checked with the pizza restaurant and all was okay.

7:51 p.m.: A woman called police after seeing a man walking around on East Street, at Beach Street, "walking slowly in the area, looking in windows." Police spoke to the man and sent him on his way.

8:33 p.m.: A woman walked in to police headquarters and reported vandalism to her car.

8:36 p.m.: A man reported his Subaru Legacy was keyed on Franklin Street.

11:52 p.m.: A caller told police his brother stole $200 from him. He was advised it's a civil issue, and to go to court.

Sunday, Dec. 4

3:27 a.m.: A caller told police she could hear banging coming from the apartment below on Pearl Street. An officer determined the tenant had something "blocking his door" and was trying to move it.

5:29 a.m.: A caller told police a Ford Ranger was half off, half on the road, on Reservoir Road, and the male "passed out." Police determiend the vehicle had struck a pole.

6:10 a.m.: A caller told police that people near his Prospect Heights address had been "loud all night" and drinking, and now they were going to drive. The parties were gone when police arrived.

9:56 a.m.: A caller from Milford Regional Medical Center asked for a well-being check on a 12-year-old girl, after calling home and finding her caretaker was "slurring her words." Police checked and the girl was fine.

11:03 a.m.: A woman on Pearl Street called police to report someone was "parked in her garden."

12:49 p.m.: A caller reported a man had stolen a detour sign from Whitney Street at Grove Street. then took off. Police pulled the vehicle over. An officer reported: "The individual is returning the sign at this time."

2:37 p.m.: A man was seen walking west on East Main Street "in the middle of the road."

2:38 p.m.: A caller reported seeing a dark Jeep with four men in it "talking about selling drugs" in the parking lot.

5:20 p.m.: A woman struck a deer on Whitewood Road at Mill Pond Circle, and was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.

5:48 p.m.: A caller told police a Dodge Calibre almost ran her children and her over on Luby Avenue.

6:12 p.m.: A caller told police while attending the she lost her diamond ring. An officer checked the area where the woman said she was standing, but was unable to find the ring.

carl berke December 07, 2011 at 03:52 PM
No wonder there is no moving violation enforcement! Need more TRAFFIC COPS to deal with that. It is getting crazier , everyday.
MilfordMomof3 December 07, 2011 at 04:10 PM
Cars drive insane in Milford. I have lived here for almost 2 years and can count on one hand how many times I have seen a cop enforcing traffic laws. I see cars speeding every day, you risk your life if you want to cross a street on foot.
Mary MacDonald (Editor) December 07, 2011 at 04:19 PM
I have started adding the makes of cars to the log, when someone calls in an erratic driver, because it seems like it's not who you might assume is a lousy driver. A lot of minivans are cutting people off. I got cut off by a woman in a minivan, who then ran a red light after she passed me. Ever notice that when they do that, they're also on the phone at the same time? People need to relax and slow down.
carl berke December 08, 2011 at 02:03 PM
A few citations in very public places where these occur, as in the recent "worst intersection" debacle, would go a long way to teach. If there is no enforcement, there is no learning. There has been no learning for too many years in MA, not just Milford. Whatever happened to the "yield" signs? whatever happened to the "drive right except to pass" signs? Taken down in surrender to idiots?I have traveled all over the US and Europe. The worst drivers reside right here.
Mary MacDonald (Editor) December 08, 2011 at 02:09 PM
Carl, just a note. Our police log is a partial listing of Milford police activities recorded in the log. I do not routinely publish traffic citations. Because it is not in the log does not mean police aren't ticketing drivers. It's not accurate to say there is no enforcement.


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