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Police Log: Kids Throwing Rocks, Vandalism

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

In the overnight log, officers responded to a complaint of vandalism at the new football field at Milford High School, and to reports of kids throwing rocks at cars in the parking lot of Lowe's.

Monday, Oct. 10

2:57 p.m.: A man called police and said a gold colored vehicle had almost hit his wife and kids in the crosswalk near on Main Street. The plate number he provided did not match a description of the car.

4:21 p.m.: A woman told police a man had left her threatening messages, despite a protection order. Police are seeking a summons to charge Antonio G. Peniche, 42, of 4 Walker Ave., Milford, with violating an abuse prevention order.

5:09 p.m.: A resident on Claudette Drive told police a car had been on the side of the road “since August.”

5:47 p.m.: A caller told police four kids had scaled to the top of a rock wall in the parking area at and were “throwing rocks into the lot near the cars.” Police found two of the four kids, and spoke to them. No damage to cars was evident.

7:58 p.m.: A hit and run with no personal injury was reported on Taylor Street. No direction of travel or description could be provided.

10:00 p.m.: Police spoke with a group of young males on the after its closing hours.

Tuesday, Oct. 11

8:40 a.m.: Vandalism to the new football field at was reported. Someone shifted the small rubber pellets that form the base for the field, writing a name in the field, said Mike Bresciani, Milford parks director. No permanent damage was caused, he said.

9:59 a.m.: A report of school buses being “tampered with” over the weekend was received at Milford High School.

11:48 a.m.: An anonymous caller told police a man had entered with his young child still in the car. As the caller was on the phone, the male returned to the vehicle.

11:54 a.m.: A caller on Beach Street Extension told police a contractor who had done some renovations to a neighbor’s home was making threats after receiving a complaint that the “floor is uneven.” According to the caller, “the contractor said they would hunt them down.” Police spoke to all parties. No charges were filed.

12:34 p.m.: A worker from the state Department of Children and Families asked for police help in informing a mother of a child “that she will not be getting the child back.”

12:38 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Beach Street, police arrested Veronica Ines Vielman, 49, of 33 Claflin St., Apt. 2, Milford, on a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Thomas OLoughlin October 11, 2011 at 10:39 PM
The good news is I am told there was no damage, rather some (young) people apparently shifted some of the rubber pellets in the field to write a friends name. Overall the students are appreciative of the new athletic complex and they await the opportunity to utilize it. I believe that those students are worthy of our support individually and as a community. Personally I commend the committee members and all of those people who have made it a reality for the youth of Milford.

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