Wednesday, Oct. 10
5:59 p.m.: A two-car crash with no injury was reported on Beaver Street and Medway Road.
8:25 p.m.: A caller reported loud music coming from Scioli's Pizza Bar. Police checked and determined the noise level was OK.
10:17 p.m.: A caller said he was being tailgated by someone from RI, in a white vehicle. When he pulled into the parking lot at the driver followed him. Police spoke to the parties.
Thursday, Oct. 11
8:30 a.m.: A woman asked to speak to an officer about property that had been stolen from her.
9:49 a.m.: A man on Exchange Street said his car had been hit sometime the previous night.
10:22 a.m.: A caller said music on Haven Street was too loud. Police spoke to the people involved.
11:07 a.m.: Police responded to BP on Prospect Street for a report of a larceny. Police are seeking a summons to charge Christopher R. Hillis, 40, of 1 Wayne Rd., Milford, with larceny under $250.
11:34 a.m.: A woman reported she had lost a red schedule folder and notebook at Middle School East which contained her license, date of birth and social security number.
1:36 p.m.: A teacher at Middle School East asked to speak to an officer about a student making prank phone calls to her phone.
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2:37 p.m.: A man said he was bitten by a dog at the Louisa Lake area. He called police on the business line, and the call was disconnected before police got an exact location.
2:56 p.m.: A caller said a man with long grey hair, dirty jeans and a hoodie was standing on her front lawn on Forest Street, "yelling and drinking." Police arrived and determined he was not intoxicated, and was having "an argument over his cell phone bill."
4:20 p.m.: A caller on Main at Pine streets reported road rage. He said it had taken place on Interstate 495. A black Lexus followed him off the interstate and "threw change out his sunroof at the caller on Cedar Street." The Lexus driver took off once he saw the caller was on the phone. Police checked the area but could not find the vehicle.