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Police Log: Recycling Bins Tipped on Three Streets

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

Police received an early-morning call on Thursday, telling them that two males were going down High Street, kicking over recycling bins. Officers found that three streets were affected, and trash barrels turned over too. The suspects were gone.

Wednesday, May 30

4:07 p.m.: A woman said that while shopping at she dropped a silver money clip that had $140 in cash. She said she called the store, and an employee said someone found it but didn't want to leave it with the store, they were going to bring it to the Police Department (they did not do this). The caller asked if anyone came in with the money, to please call her.

5:56 p.m.: A woman walked in to police headquarters to report that a man named Michael had waved a gun at her, on her property. An officer arrived, and frisked the suspect, and found no firearm. The officer filed a report.

6:42 p.m.: A caller on East Street said kids were in the road, "with squirtguns shooting at cars." Police couldn't find them on arrival.

7:19 p.m.: A woman who was moving out of her boyfriend's parents house on Purchase Street asked for an officer "to keep the peace" while she gathered some items.

7:33 p.m.: A man walked in to police headquarters to speak to an officer about a fraud.

9:22 p.m.: A caller said youths loitering in the parking lot at on South Main Street were causing a disturbance.

9:23 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Central Street at Baker Slip, police arrested Blas Godoy Najarro, 26, of 11 Court St., Apt. 1, Milford, on a charge of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. The Ford Expedition was towed.

Thursday, May 31

12:37 a.m.: A caller on Jefferson Street told police a vehicle had struck something in the area, then fled. Police checked the area, and found no vehicle, but found damage to a tree in the area.

2:01 a.m.: A caller reported a car was on fire on Dominick Street at Middleton Street. The car was a Hyundai Elantra. Firefighters extinguished the blaze.

3:05 a.m.: A caller on High Street reported that two males were "kicking over recycling bins" on the street. Police responded and could not find the males, but observed that bins or trash barrels were knocked over on High Street, West Spruce Street and Cherry Street. The Highway Department was contacted.

7:23 a.m.: Several people called police to report a large raccoon that had been hit on Birch Street was still alive in the road. An officer arrived to assist, but the animal had died at that point. The officer "placed him off to the side of the road." The animal control officer was contacted.

8:51 a.m.: A minor crash with no injury was reported on South Main Street at Cape Road.

11:24 a.m.: A caller on East Main Street told police that one of the old tenants, still at the location, had broken a glass door to gain entry, but was no longer at the location.

12:32 p.m.: A caller said she was told by a neighbor that a woman was walking down Congress Street, and came into her yard and took lacrosse equipment. The items were valued at about $70.

2:37 p.m.: A Hyundai was reported to have been abandoned in the lot at . The vehicle was towed.

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