Police Log: Man Screaming at Best Buy Employees

The following information was provided by the Milford Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Milford Police Department. Credit: Patch file photo.
Milford Police Department. Credit: Patch file photo.
Sunday, Dec. 29

3:40 p.m.: A caller reported a door was open on an abandoned house on West Street. Police checked the property and found no one inside. Police tried to contact the property owner.

5:13 p.m.: Police responded to Best Buy where an employee said a customer was yelling and screaming at employees and other customers. Police escorted him off the property, then ticketed his vehicle for a parking violation.

7:33 p.m.: A caller reported a possible motor vehicle break-in on Willow Road. The windows were down and the alarm sounding in a pickup truck. Officers checked the area but said it was not clear if anything was taken.

9:20 p.m.: Police received multiple calls reporting a one-car crash into a pole on Fountain at Purchase streets. No one was injured.

9:56 p.m.: The state Department of Children and Families asked police to check on the welfare of three children, ages 14, 11 and 4. Their mother is in a program and DCF wanted police to confirm the name and age of the current caregiver. Police investigated and were told the children are staying in Rhode Island on weekends.

10:21 p.m.: A caller reported hearing a loud bang on the side door of her house, near the garage. Police checked and found nothing. Officers said something may have fallen.

Monday, Dec. 30

1:08 a.m.: Bellingham Police asked Milford Police to help them in arresting someone at La Quinta Inn involved in a Bellingham shoplifting incident. Police could not find the person.

1:27 a.m.: A Kia was repossessed on Colonial Road.

9:43 a.m.: Vandalism of a vehicle was reported on Pheasant Circle.

10:56 a.m.: A woman in the parking lot of Milford Federal Savings and Loan was reported to be screaming and crying, and wearing pajama bottoms and a black jacket. Police found her and she did not need their help.

12:10 p.m.: A man walked in to police headquarters and asked to speak to police about some jewelry that had possibly been taken by a company employee doing work at the home.

12:18 p.m.: Police responded to Target for a report of shoplifting. Police arrested Sianie M. Stella-Diaz, 24, of 15 Doris, Apt. 17L, Worcester, on charges of assault and battery and larceny over $250. Police arrested Carmen Nunez, 36, of 7 1/2 Hudson St., Worcester, on charges of larceny over $250 and assault and battery.

1:02 p.m.: A woman walked in to police headquarters and asked to speak to an officer about a possible fraud involving her bank account.

1:28 p.m.: Police responded to Water Street and arrested Courtney Leeann Blow, 18, of 90 Water St., Milford, on a warrant. Police are seeking a court summons to charge Charissa A. Hendon, 43, of 90 Water St., Milford, with obstruction of justice or misleading a police officer.

2:34 p.m.: A caller reported an argument between her boyfriend and herself. She said he threw her on the bed and then held a knife to himself.

2:51 p.m.: A hawk was injured near the drive thru at McDonald's on Medway Road. Police contacted the state environmental police, who said nothing could be done.

3:08 p.m.: A business owner at Casa Nova reported an intoxicated man was in the business. Police responded and requested an ambulance for the man, who was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.

3:26 p.m.: The state Department of Children and Families asked police to check on the well-being of a mother and son, who DCF hadn't had contact with in more than a month. Police contacted the son, and father, who were instructed to call DCF.

3:49 p.m.: Shoplifting was reported at Hannaford's Supermarket. A man in blue jeans with a green shirt reportedly stole baby formula. Employees chased him on foot. Police responded. The items were retrieved by employees.

5:55 p.m.: A woman walked in to police headquarters and reported a theft of a gift card from the mail.
Danu December 31, 2013 at 08:12 AM
I've heard a lot of baby formula thefts. If someone in dire straits needs baby food, doesn't the state step in and give them funds for it?
Amanda coleman December 31, 2013 at 08:17 AM
The hawk could have been taken to Tufts wildlife in Grafton Ma,What happened to it? Unbelievable!!
Mary MacDonald (Editor) December 31, 2013 at 08:20 AM
Danu, baby formula is apparently one of the most popular items to steal and resell. I thought the same thing the first time I saw it in a police log.
Ralph January 01, 2014 at 08:29 AM
I have heard baby formula is used to cut drugs.
kalman berke January 26, 2014 at 12:09 PM
I often feel like yelling at Best Buy employees. Many times not, but especially so when they act more Popish than the Pope by demanding "papers". They exceed the law on many occasions when it comes to identification and you know it is company policy as I am currently writing from 3000 miles away where they do the same.


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