Police Log: Loud Children's Party, Elderly Man Found

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

According to the dispatch log of Jan. 27-29, police officers responded to numerous noise complaints over the weekend, including one address twice. Officers also were called to a residence where a children's party was loud enough, at almost midnight, to disturb neighbors.

Friday, Jan. 27

4:34 p.m.: A caller on Oliver Street reported seeing a black Ford Explorer with about five underaged males in it, drinking. Police checked the area but found nothing.

5:38 p.m.: The manager of on Medway Road told police an elderly man could not find his car, and was asking for help. Police determined he was the subject of a "Be On the Lookout" alert out of Westborough, for a missing elderly man, and contacted police in that town. Milford police brought the man back to the police station, where his family picked him up.

9:15 p.m.: Police and firefighters responded to on South Main Street, where a 24-year-old man was in the bathroom, not breathing. Police arrested Kyle N. Burgos, 24, of 24 West St., Apt. 2, Milford, on a warrant. He was taken to

9:35 p.m.: Police responded to Oliver Court for a report of a domestic disturbance involving a brother and a sister. The brother pushed the sister, and she bit him. No medical treatment was necessary.

9:42 p.m.: A woman walked in to police headquarters to report harassment.

10:39 p.m.: Firefighters responded to a home on Godfrey Lane, after a woman reported she heard a "loud pop" from the pellet stove, which was smoking. She turned off the stove. Firefighters investigated.

11:17 p.m.: A caller on Maher Court told police "a lot of noise" was happening at a neighbor's house. Police spoke to the noisy people.

11:20 p.m.: State Police reported that a man had called them to report a white van had possibly struck a building on Central Street. Police determined a vehicle had struck the Milford sports complex building, but the driver had taken off. Police are seeking a summons to charge Paulo C. Santos, 25, of 61 Jefferson St., Apt. 1, Milford, with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of property damage.

Saturday, Jan. 28

12:06 a.m.: Police and firefighters responded to Jefferson Street, where a 19-year-old woman, who is pregnant, was experiencing side pain following the motor vehicle crash described above. She was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center. The Milford Building Inspector was expected to be contacted regarding the damaged building.

1:54 a.m.: Milford police were assisting State Police through mutual aid on Interstate 495 northbound.

10:35 a.m.: The Milford Animal Control officer requested an officer to help put down a possum.

2:02 p.m.: A caller reported people were on the new football field at Police removed them.

2:10 p.m.: A caller on Maple Street told police a man was in the woods on the Biomeasure property with a leaf blower. Police determined the man worked for Biomeasure, and all was fine.

2:33 p.m.: A caller on Dominick Street reported the theft of gold jewelry.

5:31 p.m.: A caller on Mark Drive told police a man with short hair, wearing jeans, and selling Fios had tried to force himself into the house "to use his bathroom."

5:59 p.m.: A caller from reported a black Chevrolet pickup did a "burnout" in front of the store, and was now in the lot. Police spoke to the driver.

6:06 p.m.: A caller on Sunset Drive reported seeing four youths walking around with flashlights. Police were unable to locate them.

6:16 p.m.: A domestic disturbance between a mother and a son was reported on Cedar Street.

6:38 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Main Street at North Bow Street, police were seeking a summons to charge David R. Nunes, 25, of 277 Main St., Milford, with unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

10:28 p.m.: Police responded to Main Street for a report of a loud party. Police spoke to the occupants.

10:28 p.m.: Police responded to Claudette Drive for a report of loud noises coming from a downstairs apartment. Police spoke to the occupants.

11:16 p.m.: Police returned to the Main Street address, for another noise complaint about the loud party. Police spoke to them again.

11:32 p.m.: Police responded to for a report of a hit and run crash with no injury. Police arrested Steven T. O'Brien, 21, of 43 Congress St., Milford, on charges of operating under the influence of liquor, leaving the scene of property damage and failure to stop or yield.

11:58 p.m.: Police responded to another Main Street address for a report of loud noise. Police determined "it is a child's birthday party and they are having cake now and will be shutting it down."

Sunday, Jan. 29

12:16 a.m.: Police responded tofor a report of a group of bicyclists causing a disturbance. The youths were removed.

12:17 a.m.: Police responded to Lee Street, where a caller reported a child is "constantly running up and down the hallways." Police spoke to the parent.

12:55 a.m.: A caller reported loud noise from a downstairs apartment on Pearl Street.

1:43 a.m.: A report of illegal dumping of couch cushions was reported on Reservoir Road at Crockett Road.

2:35 a.m.: An officer asked for assistance in dispersing a large crowd at n South Main Street.

2:37 a.m.: A caller on Courtland Street reported hearing either gun shots or firecrackers in the area. Police were not able to locate the source of the noise.

3:00 a.m.: An officer reported he was fixing the saw horses placed at the structure. The saw horses had been knocked down.

2:47 p.m.: A man walked in to police headquarters to report harassment.

3:36 p.m.: A caller reported a man and a woman were fighting inside a vehicle pulled over atand a window had been broken. Police responded.

UglyHat February 01, 2012 at 01:33 AM
Good for you Ana - I agree Mary, things can change for the better. This is not a one-way street.
Jim Rizoli February 01, 2012 at 02:24 AM
For things to change for the better you have to take the trash out. Mayor Giuliani did it in New York when he was Mayor. He had to step on a lot of toes, but he did it and saved the city. To think it's going to happen without upsetting people is wishful thinking. Jim@ccfiile.com
MilfordMomof3 February 01, 2012 at 01:55 PM
Change needs to happen. I agree there are good things about the town.I like the diversity, the schools don't seem too bad from what we have seen in a year and a half(some things could stand some work, like the teachers respecting the students more and school could be more challenging). House values continue to go down and no one seems to be looking at a long term goal to help the town thrive.
Mary MacDonald February 01, 2012 at 02:20 PM
The housing values is a real problem for homeowners, I agree. If you're looking to buy, it's great, but not for people who have already made an investment here. I just read a story on the NYT about Atlanta, where I sold a house in 2009, and the values have dropped about 20 percent since. It's locking people into communities, for good or bad.
Mary MacDonald February 01, 2012 at 02:31 PM
geez: housing values are... good thing I'm not teaching English anymore!


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