Milford police responded to several weather-related incidents over the weekend, and to reports of loud neighbors.
Friday, Jan. 20
3:24 p.m.: Police and firefighters responded to, where an elderly woman took a fall in front of the location and was bleeding from the head. The woman was taken to .
5:40 p.m.: A caller on Purchase Street told police a car was traveling with lights off, and the operator was texting while driving. Police could not locate the car.
5:54 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on Water Street. A woman told police a man who she just took a restraining order out against was attempting to force his way into the apartment. Police arrested Weslley Correia, 27, of 22 Mt. Pleasant St., Apt. 1, Milford, on a charge of domestic assault and battery.
7:06 p.m.: A caller stated that a car parked on Congress Street had all its doors open, the trunk open, and music from the radio blaring. Police spoke to the owner.
Saturday, Jan. 21
1:55 a.m.: A caller on Main Street told police a driver was operating erratically. The police spoke to the driver, and found no impairment.
9:19 a.m.: Police received three calls about a one-car crash on Highland Street. A vehicle slid into a fence. The woman told police she was not injured.
10:22 a.m.: A caller told police a motor vehicle was interfering with plow operations across the street from .
11:09 a.m.: Police will seek a summons to charge Sheila J. Wheeler, 50, of 38 Saint Lo Rd., Framingham, wiht allowing improper operation of a motor vehicle. Police will seek a summons to charge Eric A. Johnson, 31, of 117 Lockland Ave., Framingham, with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and misuse of a handicap parking plate.
12:49 p.m.: A single-car crash was reported on Route 140 just over the Hopedale line. A car had slid off the road and collided with a tree. The driver refused medical treatment.
1:10 p.m.: A one-car crash was reported on Cedar Street. A car reportedly struck a telephone pole. The car was towed. National Grid was notified. No injuries were reported.
1:18 p.m.: A caller on Goodrich Court told police a car parked at that location was making it "impossible for plows to work."
1:56 p.m.: A two-car crash was reported on Fortune Boulevard near a woman told police she had been hit from behind. The two drivers pulled into the Target lot.
4:05 p.m.: A car reportedly hit a manhole on Carp Road, sustaining damage. No injuries were reported.
6:20 p.m.: A man walked in to police headquartrs to report the theft of money.
6:28 p.m.: A man was reportedly assaulted at the BP on Main Street. The man told police three men had taken off in a black Honda.
8:00 p.m.: A person in the parking lot of reported his car was hit.
9:00 p.m.: A caller on Forest Street told police she had had an electrical heater plugged into a wall outlet. The outlet started sparking and then melted. She shut off the power. Police and firefighters responded.
11:39 p.m.: A caller on North Bow Street reported yelling on the second floor. An officer determined it was not a domestic incident, but a birthday party.
Sunday, Jan. 22
12:13 a.m.: Another caller on North Bow Street reported a noisy party at the same location police visited previously. Police spoke to the partiers.
1:11 a.m.: A caller on Pearl Street told police a young child was sitting in a stairwell "yelling." Police restored peace.
1:51 a.m.: State Police reported a party on Baker Slip was reportedly punching holes in a wall. A Milford officer reported that the caller didn't want the man removed, but wanted police to speak to him about punching the hole in the wall.
3:31 a.m.: State Police reported a crash on Interstate 495 near Exit 19, and two men had fled the scene on foot. Police were unable to locate them.
8:19 a.m.: A caller reported a man in a Patriots jacket was blowing snow into the street on Mt. Pleasant Street. Police checked and determined everything was OK.
12:06 p.m.: A caller on West Walnut Street complained of loud music at a neighbor's home. "They asked her to turn it down and she refuses." Police spoke to the woman.
2:59 p.m.: Several oficers responded to a Water Street address, for a complaint about three men who were drinking and refusing to leave.