Sunday, Sept. 16
6:46 p.m.: A man reported his friend was trying to leave a house on Churchill Street in his car, and he was intoxicated. Officers responded and reported back that the man's wife would drive the car.
6:52 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on Depot Street at Pheasant Circle. Police determined two teens had had an altercation, but everything was OK.
7:05 p.m.: A woman called from Franklin Street to report her fence had been broken down. Police filed a report.
7:30 p.m.: A two-car crash was reported on Congress at Spruce streets. No injuries were reported.
8:06 p.m.: Loud music was reported to be coming from a house on Spring Street.
8:07 p.m.: Police responded to Target, where a woman was in custody for shoplifting. Police will be seeking a court summons to chare Nicole M. Hamlet, 19, of 45 Pine Island Dr., Milford, with shoplifting by concealing merchandise.
8:37 p.m.: A woman reported her 17-year-old daughter was having an issue with a friend. She had received a threatening phone call, and the house was just egged. Police responded and followed up with the people involved.
9:32 p.m.: A car reportedly struck a telephone pole on Fruit Street. The pole was damaged and glass was in the road, a caller reported. The car then took off. Police notified the Milford Highway Department. Police searched the area for the vehicle, described as a silver Chevrolet Tahoe, but could not locate the vehicle.
Monday, Sept. 17
12:54 a.m.: A caller reported a person on the second floor of a Maher Court address was "banging on walls." Police spoke to the person.
4:10 a.m.: Firefighters investigated a report of smoke at La Quinta Inn. The smoke, which was mild, was thought to be coming from a heating unit on the fourth floor.
6:57 a.m.: Police responded to School Street, where the State Police reported a man with a language barrier was reporting another man had just attacked him. Police determined the two men were having a verbal dispute, and spoke to them.
7:59 a.m.: A caller on Camp Street reported a mailbox had been vandalized.
8:32 a.m.: A man was reported to be intoxicated near the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra offices, on Main Street. He was reported to have dark hair, a heavy build and was wearing no shirt.
9:07 a.m.: A man called police to report he wanted to kill himself, by overdosing on pills. He was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.
10:15 a.m.: Police responded to Johnny Jacks Restaurant, where a caller reported a man inside the location had possibly overdosed. The man left out the back door before police arrived.
10:47 a.m.: Police responded to Ray and Dick's Bakery, where an intoxicated man in the store was causing a disturbance. It was the same man who was the subject of the call from Johnny Jack's.
11:15 a.m.: Police responded to Mazzarelli's Bakery, where a man was reported to be intoxicated. The man had a laceration to the head, and had possibly overdosed on his medications, according to the police narrative. He was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.
12:39 p.m.: A mailbox on Brookfield Road was reported to have been vandalized.
1:02 p.m.: Police responded to Countryside Discount Liquors, where a store employee reported a man was intoxicated and bothering customers. Police arrested Thomas P. Glennon, 56, of 13 Congress Terr., Milford, on a warrant.
3:17 p.m.: A car vs. motorcycle crash was reported near Big Lots on South Main Street. The crash was in Hopedale, and that town took over the call.