Police Log: Hit and Run Arrest, 'Carriage Full' of Groceries Stolen

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 several wrecks, including one caused by a driver who then fled the scene, but was later apprehended. Officers and firefighters also responded to a report of a woman in a wheelchair, being pushed by a man, who was screaming. The man was suffering from a seizure.

Wednesday, Dec. 21

2:31 p.m.: A two-car crash with no injury was reported on Green Street at Cape Road.

3:17 p.m.: A caller told police an erratic driver in a grey pickup truck was driving on Fortune Boulevard. While on the phone with dispatch, the caller said the truck had just struck another vehicle, then was beginning to head toward Interstate 495. The caller provided the registration number for the Chevrolet Silverado.

3:22 p.m.: A caller told police she had just been rear-ended by a Ford F-350, which then fed from the scene on Fortune Boulevard. An officer found the vehicle parked in the parking lot. Police are seeking a summons to charge Brian J. Rooney, 47, of 131 North St., Bellingham, with operating a motor vehicle negligently so as to endanger, leaving the scene of personal injury, leaving the scene of property damage and a marked lanes violation.

5:48 p.m.: A caller told police that rumors were being spread about her husband being a pedophile. An officer spoke to her.

5:48 p.m.: reported a shopper with a carriage full of groceries pushed it out of the store without paying. A witness provided a car registration. The registration came back to a Mendon owner, so Milford police contacted that department.

6:33 p.m.: A man walked in to police headquarters to report he found "a bunch" of landscaping equipment in the road as he was driving by on Cape Road. He left the equipment at the police station.

6:55 p.m.: A caller reported a theft of a Sony Playstation and other items from his apartment on Jefferson Street.

7:08 p.m.: A two-vehicle crash was reported on Medway Road near . Two cars needed to be towed. An ambulance took one person to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester. The other driver was taken home by police. Police are seeking a summons to charge Alexsandro D. DaSilva, 27, of 50 Franklin St., Apt. 1, Milford, with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

9:54 p.m.: Police responded to Colonial Road after a woman called to report a man was at the door trying to break into the apartment. The caller told police the man "owes her money for rent" and that is why she isn't allowing him into the apartment. Police determined the issue was a tenant dispute between the two individuals, and not a police matter.

Thursday, Dec. 22

1:24 a.m.: A police officer repoted finding "a bunch of plywood" at the end of Carroll Street, the that just had "no dumping" signs installed.

4:16 a.m.: A caller on Colonial Road told police kids in a downstairs apartment were "screaming loudly" and possibly playing music. Police spoke to them.

11:38 a.m.: A caller near the told police a man was pushing a woman in a wheelchair in the parking lot, and the woman was screaming and "appears scared." Firefighters and police responded. The man was taken to after the emergency responders determined he was having a seizure.

12:10 p.m.: A woman told police she has photos of someone, on camera, who stole some gift bags from on East Main Street Wednesday.

12:31 p.m.: A caller reported a hunter on the Biomeasure property. An officer said he spoke to the caller, and they did not hear gun shots or see the hunter.

12:35 p.m.: A caller told police his wallet was stolen from Wednesday.

1:26 p.m.: Firefighters responded to Court Street  for a report of a fire. A man told firefighters he had put out a fire in his coffee pot that morning. He was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center. Firefighters ventillated the apartment.


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