Police Log: Hit and Run Arrest, Laptop Falls off Car Hood

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

Friday, Nov. 16

4:01 p.m.: A woman reported she placed her laptop on the hood of her car when she left work at a location on Maple Street, and it fell off at some point, and she doesn't know where. It was a Dell and not in a case.

4:14 p.m.: A caller reported someone had hit a cat on Highland Street. The animal control officer was notified.

4:42 p.m.: A police officer was flagged down by someone at Target who found a laptop bag under a car. The items in the bag belonged to employees at Target, so the items were turned over.

5:11 p.m.: A caller reported a hit and run outside Evergreen Center. A grey SUV was seen leaving the scene. Police notified Holliston Police. The vehicle was reported to have heavy front end damage. An officer arrested James M. Guerin, 43, of 16 Westley Ct., Milford, on charges of leaving the scene of property damage and operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, subsequent offense.

5:48 p.m.: A caller on Main Street reported someone had knocked on her doors and said he worked for Vios, but he was wearing a flannel shirt and had no ID.

7:04 p.m.: A caller reported someone was outside an address on Beaver Street with a flashlight. Police checked and everything was secure.

8:08 p.m.: A caller reported someone had struck his vehicle while he was parked on East Street.

9:56 p.m.: A caller reported a two-car crash near the Milford Water Company headquarters. No injury resulted.

Saturday, Nov. 17

1:54 a.m.: A caller reported a loud party in the back yard of a house on Purdue Drive. Police spoke to the people involved.

2:40 a.m.: A caller from Dunkin Donuts on Main Street said it looked like someone had tampered with the lock on the back door. Police checked and it was OK.

3:25 a.m.: A vehicle was toilet-papered on South Main at Orchard Streets.

5:49 a.m.: A crash was reported on Main Street, near Tedeschi Market. Police are seeking a summons to charge Ivonne Martinez, 18, of 31 Emmons St., Apt. 4, Milford, with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

11:41 a.m.: A man reported his car had been broken into on Robin Road overnight. The car was unlocked.

11:48 a.m.: A woman reported her boyfriend had stolen her laptop.

1:41 p.m.: A postal employee turned in a wallet she found in a mail box. An officer was attempting to contact the owner.

3:18 p.m.: A hit-and-run was reported at Target. A "Be on the Lookout" was issued for the vehicle. Bellingham Police were contacted. Police are seeking a summons to charge Steven J. Hayes, 27, of 479 Hartford Ave., Bellingham, with leaving the scene of property damage and following too closely.

3:21 p.m.: A person walked in to police headquarters to report a past larceny.

4:05 p.m.: A caller reported a bicycle had been in front of the Rite Aid on Medway Road for two weeks.

4:38 p.m.: A 23-year-old reported an argument with his mother at Shadowbrook Lane.

5:09 p.m.: A caller reported hearing a loud pitched alarm coming from the Middle School East area. Police determined it was the crosswalk alarm.

5:29 p.m.: A 29-year-old was reported to be hallucinating and out of control at Riverside Community Care. She was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.

6:20 p.m.: A caller reported a man was acting in a suspicious manner at Village Laundromat. He was walking around the laundromat with a backpack, opening and shutting the machines, but did not appear to be doing any laundry. Police spoke to him and reported "everything all set."

9:26 p.m.: A caller on Sanclemente Circle reported someone was ringing his doorbell, then running.

10:30 p.m.: A caller reported a disturbance was at his neighbor's house. No arrests were reported.

11:13 p.m.: A caller reported a white pickup truck was driving up and down Cedar Street, making U-turns and beeping the horn. The vehicle fled the area, near Chabad Jewish Community Center, after the caller picked up the phone.

Sunday, Nov. 18

12:14 a.m.: A caller reported his unlocked vehicle had been entered and gone through on Poplar Street. An iPod was missing and some damage left to the center console.

12:27 a.m.: A caller reported a party on South Bow Street involving yelling and loud music.

1:27 a.m.: A fire was reported at a residence on Fruit Street. The caller said she could see flames coming from a first-floor. Police reported it was a bonfire in the rear of the property, with high flames.

4:04 a.m.: A woman asked police to help remove her daughters from her home.

8:31 a.m.: A caller reported a vehicle had been broken into on Farese Road. Nothing was taken, but trash was dumped in the vehicle.

12:31 p.m.: A disturbance was reported at Purchase Street Market. A woman said a man was yelling at her.

1:23 p.m.: A caller on Chestnut Street said her father's car had been broken into overnight. Nothing was stolen.

1:35 p.m.: A brush fire was reported on the side of Interstate 495 Northbound.

3:45 p.m.: A small fire was reported in the woods off Princess Pine Lane. Firefighters determined it was a controlled burn.

MilfordMomof3 November 19, 2012 at 01:30 PM
What is going on with all of the car break ins and people driving without licenses? Every day there are more. Would stepping up police patroling areas help? I never see the police driving around town except for downtown.
milfordt357 November 20, 2012 at 03:29 PM
fact !!!
Gina Renaud Ferreira November 21, 2012 at 05:46 AM
A hit-and-run was reported at Target. A BOLO (Be on the Lookout) was issued for the vehicle. Please don't hate me Mary, I think I have OCD. It was much better today. Thank-you.
Gina Renaud Ferreira November 21, 2012 at 05:49 AM
Police come through the Groves everyday. It was scary here before.


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