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Police Log: Woman Drinking Tequila in Target Bathroom, Arrests

The following information was provided by the Milford Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction.

Friday, Feb. 22

4:09 p.m.: An officer issued two citations to a tractor trailer truck parked illegally on East Street.

4:35 p.m.: An officer responded to 7-Eleven, for a report of a woman complaining of chest pains. She was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.

5:47 p.m.: Firefighters responded to Bradford Road, where a smoke alarm was activated. The alarm company contacted dispatch, saying the homeowner was reporting firefighters could cancel, it was smoke coming from a woodstove getting started

6:12 p.m.: A loss prevention employee at Target contacted police, saying they witnessed a woman mixing alcoholic drinks in the bathroom and drinking tequila. She left in a white Nissan Altima. Police responded but could not locate the vehicle.

7:42 p.m.: A homeowner on West Walnut Street said his house was egged. An officer determined it was a dark grey Hyundai with several teens inside.

10:03 p.m.: A caller reported she thought a worker had stolen jewelry from her home.

11:19 p.m.: A woman walked in and reported a domestic that had occured in the past. Police are seeking a summons to charge Daniel A. Goncalves, 36, of 30 West St., Milford, with domestic assault and battery and assault with a dangerous weapon.

11:34 p.m.: A caller reported a Honda Civic was all over the road crossing the center line on Medway Road. An officer located the vehicle in front of West Street Liquors, and was checking on the driver. The driver checked out OK.

Saturday, Feb. 23

12:35 a.m.: A disturbance was reported outside the Turtle Tavern. An officer asked for an ambulance for a woman who needed to be evaluated. The woman was restrained for being combative. She was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.

12:58 a.m.: A caller reported her 26-year-old son was out of control and beligerent. Police responded.

2:32 a.m.: A Nissan Pathfinder was repossessed on Highland Street.

10:57 a.m.: A woman walked in the police headquarters to report her husband's wallet had been stolen from World Gym that previous week.

12:27 p.m.: A man in the police headquarters lobby said he had court documents showing he had custody rights to his daughter on certain days, but the mother would not allow him to pick up his daughter, although it is his day to visit her. An officer spoke to the man and filed a report.

4:15 p.m.: Police responded to Glines Avenue, where a man kept passing out. The responding officer asked for a second officer as the man was combative. Police are seeking a summons to charge Walter N. St. George, 44, of 7 Glines Ave., Milford, with assault and battery on ambulance personnel, threatening to commit a crime, assault and battery and disturbing the peace.

4:31 p.m.: Police responded to Kohl's, where a woman shoplifter was being detained by employees. Police arrested Miriam Eriquez Patino, 34, of 117 E. Main St., Apt. 2, Milford, on a charge of shoplifting by concealing merchandise.

5:13 p.m.: A man reported windows were open on a house on Draper Park he thought was vacant. Police checked but the building was secure.

5:48 p.m.: A woman reported another vehicle struck her vehicle then left, at CVS Pharmacy on South Main Street. A witness provided a plate number, but when police checked, it did not come back to anything.

7:02 p.m.: A man was walking in the road on Purchase Street, stumbling. An officer brought the man to a family member on Main Street.

8:18 p.m.: A man in the lobby reported his snowblower was taken from his home on East Main Street.

8:23 p.m.: A caller told police a tenant in a Grove Street apartment was breaking into the utility room. She said she was the only one with access to that utility room, per the landlord.

9:04 p.m.: A daughter called her father at home, and said that her mother had pulled her hair. Police arrested Martha B. McCullough, 46, of 9 Pleasant Cir., Apt. 9, Milford, on a charge of domestic assault and battery.

10:07 p.m.: A caller reported her brother stole her car. He grabbed the keys out of the ignition, after they argued, and when she went into the house to call police, he took off. The vehicle was soon returned. The caller said she did not want to pursue charges.

10:42 p.m.: Police received a noise complaint on Maher Court. Neighbors were being loud, possibly arguing. Police spoke to everyone involved.

Sunday, Feb. 24

12:35 a.m.: An officer reported a yellow light was flashing outside Big Lots. Police checked, but the store representative called back saying it was a pump alarm, and everything was all set, they would handle the issue in the morning.

1:20 a.m.: Framingham Police asked police to help them locate a man wanted for a domestic assault in their town. Police checked his brother's house, but did not located the man.

1:36 a.m.: Police on High Street checking for the man wanted out of Framingham located him. An officer reported a Taser deployment in bringing him into custody. Police are seeking a summons to charge Mark Pontonio, 48, of 107 Winthrop St., Framingham, with resisting arrest. Framingham Police took him into custody.

5:27 a.m.: An officer responded to Spring Street, to contact a person with an ankle bracelet. Probation wanted him to charge the device. Police were not able to make contact with anyone in the house.

6:04 a.m.: Police returned to Spring Street, to serve a probation warrant. Police arrested Nehemiah O. Gonzalez, 21, of 22 Spring St., Apt. 2, Milford, on a warrant.

7:26 a.m.: Firefighters reported an open door at the Milford Youth Center. An officer checked the building and secured it.

1:36 p.m.: A man in the lobby reported he had reported a snowblower theft the previous day. He has since located it, being offered for sale, and asked police for assistance.

1:48 p.m.: A caller on Capitol Road said he could hear a child screaming in another apartment. He asked police to check on the well-being of the child. Police checked and the child was OK.

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