Friday, Oct. 12
5:10 p.m.: A vehicle and a motorcycle collided on Medway Road near the Interstate 495 exit. No injury was reported.
7:01 p.m.: A caller on Shawdowbrook Lane said a nurse would not leave her house. Police responded but the nurse left before they got there.
8:34 p.m.: A caller reported she could hear someone in the apartment below her, on Winter Street, which was supposed to be vacant. Police responded.
9:15 p.m.: A Toyota Corolla was repossessed on Bancroft Avenue.
11:17 p.m.: A caller on Pearl Street complained of loud music coming from the rear of the building. Police spoke to the people involved.
Saturday, Oct. 13
12:27 a.m.: A woman called police when her 27-year old son refused to leave her home. She said he might be intoxicated. Police took the man into protective custody.
2:09 a.m.: A caller reported a man was unconscious in his vehicle outside Mobil Mart on Medway Road. Police responded and arrested Lloyd B. Kennedy, 24, of 114 High St., Upton. At his arraignment Monday, he was charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and resisting arrest.
8:52 a.m.: Police were asked to assist Milford Regional Medical Center staff. A caller said a man came into the hospital with a pellet gun. Security had the weapon, but asked police to respond.
12:04 p.m.: A caller reported a smoking car had pulled into the drive-through area of the Rite Aid on Medway Road. The occupants of the car had exited. The caller was told to evacuate the store, as well. The caller advised there was no fire, just smoke. Firefighters responded.
12:13 p.m.: A police officer reported he had just backed into a vehicle on West Street.
1:06 p.m.: A woman told police someone had stolen her credit card and used it. She asked to file a larceny report.
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2:07 p.m.: A woman asked to speak to an officer about threats she has been receiving from an ex-boyfriend.
3:34 p.m.: Milford Regional Medical Center staff asked police to conduct a well-being check on a two-week-old infant, whose parent had not taken the baby back for follow-up testing. Police checked the mother's home and the apartment had been vacated.
4:40 p.m.: A caller said two boys, about age 13, were stopping traffic on Fruit at Depot streets, and "cursing at the drivers." Police were not able to locate them.
5:25 p.m.: A caller on Hamilton Street told police a man was yelling at her daughter. Police responded and spoke to the people involved.
8:40 p.m.: A caller said a grey Ford pickup truck was operating on the wrong side of the marked lane, on Purchase Street. Police spoke to the driver of the described vehicle, but said he did not think it was the vehicle in question.
8:53 p.m.: A caller on Bancroft Avenue said a loud group of people were behind a residence. An officer found the gathering was not loud and was civil.
9:20 p.m.: A caller said she had lost her cell phone the previous night, and now the GPS is showing it is at a house on Purchase Street. Police were not able to locate the phone.
10:15 p.m.: An officer returned to Milford police headquarters with a bicycle found in the road.
10:31 p.m.: A disturbance was reported on South Main Street. A caller said his upstairs neighbor has been "stomping on the floor." When he asked him to stop, the two got into a verbal argument. Police spoke to the people involved.
10:37 p.m.: A man walked into police headquarters to report the steel plates in front of the BP Gas station on Prospect Street are shifting positions. Milford Highway Department was contacted and was enroute to put them over the hole.
11:01 p.m.: A caller on High Street said people were drinking outside, and being loud. Police spoke to them.
Sunday, Oct. 14
1:10 a.m.: A caller said kids in the parking lot of McDonald's on South Main Street were playing loud music. Police checked and the situation was OK.
1:56 a.m.: Police returned to McDonald's on South Main after the management called and asked them to remove youths from the parking lot.
2:43 a.m.: A Nissan was repossessed on Depot Street.
3:11 a.m.: A caller said her neighbors on Congress Street were yelling at each other. Police found it was a verbal argument, not a domestic.
8:39 a.m.: A man walked in to police headquarters and reported his Dodge Challenger had been struck on Carroll Street sometime overnight.
11:10 a.m.: A caller said her 11-year-old daughter was out of control and throwing books at her. Police responded. An ambulance took the girl to Milford Regional Medical Center for an evaluation.
2:06 p.m.: A woman collapsed at and seemed to be having a seizure. She was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.
2:22 p.m.: A woman reported someone had stolen her handicapped placard.
3:15 p.m.: A man told police his girlfriend had punched and kicked him, twice, while he was trying to move his belongings out of their house.