Monay, Aug. 20
5:15 p.m.: A caller reported a disturbance at on Medway Road. A woman was refusing to move out of the drive-thru. Police responded, but the people "came to an agreement and left prior to officers' arrival."
5:26 p.m.: A passing motorist on Main Street said she could see smoke coming from the roof of a house. Firefighters checked and it was OK.
8:22 p.m.: Officers responded to Christina Road after a caller reported hearing about "12 gun shots" in the area. Units canvassed the area but found nothing.
9:15 p.m.: A caller at Hunan Gourmet reported a 15-year-old had just come in and stolen a soda from the restaurant. An officer responded.
9:32 p.m.: A caller on Grant Street called to report suspicious activity in a house across the street, possibly people breaking into the building, because he could see people inside with flashlights.
10:18 p.m.: An intoxicated man was reported to be on Hayward Street. A man had fallen off his bicycle, and was possibly intoxicated, the caller said. Police responded but the man had been picked up by a friend.
10:54 p.m.: A caller reported his girlfriend was intoxicated and they were having a verbal argument.
Tuesday, Aug. 21
12:56 a.m.: An officer responded to , where two males were in the back lot. He told them they could not be on the school property after-hours.
1:46 a.m.: A woman on Beaver Street reported someone was shining a flashlight into her home. Police checked and everything was OK.
2:10 a.m.: Several officers responded to Purchase Street, where a caller reported a motor vehicle had gone off the road. Police are seeking a summons to charge Gregory Myung Ho Smith, 17, of 40 Grant Street Ext., Apt. 1, Milford, with operating a motor vehicle negligently, so as to endanger, marked lanes violation, speeding in violation of a special regulation and junior operator midnight to 5 a.m. without a parent.
6:20 a.m.: A caller on Governor's Way reported his car was broken into overnight, and a phone stolen and knife taken.
10:08 a.m.: An officer was stopped on East Main Street by a motorist who reported a 5-year-old was pushing a baby carriage. The officer could not locate the children.
12:18 p.m.: An officer was waived down on South Street by a woman who said she was involved in a hit-and-run with a . Police spoke to all of the parties.