Milford police responded to several disturbances, including a woman screaming in the parking lot of Hannaford Supermarket.
Wednesday, April 25
2:27 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on South Main Street, near , police were seeking a summons to charge Elysia Marie Pride, 23, of 17 Luby Ave., Milford, with allowing improper operation of a motor vehicle and having no inspection sticker. Police were seeking a summons to charge Javier Rodriguez, 23, of 17 Luby Ave., Milford, with operating a motor vehicle with license revoked as a habitual traffic offender.
3:35 p.m.: A two-car crash with no personal injury was reported on Ivy at Whip O Will lanes.
4:08 p.m.: Police and firefighters responded to Purchase Street, where a woman apparently having a seizure drove into a house. The Hyundai was towed. The town's building commissioner was contacted.
4:44 p.m.: A woman on Claflin Street told police that her ex did not show up for a custody exchange, and that this "happens often."
5:45 p.m.: A caller reported an intoxicated man was walking near An officer gave the man a ride to , where he is staying.
5:57 p.m.:reported a shoplifter. Police responded, but the store decided not to prosecute.
6:26 p.m.: Milford firefighters assisted an elderly resident of Pearl Street, who needed help blowing up an air mattress.
7:10 p.m.: Police responded to Walnut Street, where a caller said a vehicle was parked too far out in the road, blocking traffic near the basketball courts. After police responded, the vehicle was moved.
7:43 p.m.: A woman on Dilla Street told police a man had come to her residence to use her phone, because he said he had a flat tire. She did not let him use it, but said she would call the police and they would help him. After she told him that, "he took off heading up Dilla" toward Police caught up with the man at the , where he had called a family member to come assist him. He did have a flat tire and his cell phone was dead, police determined.
11:08 p.m.: State Police relayed a call to Milford reporting a domestic in the area. The state reported a woman was "screaming and frantic." The state was unable to get a location on the call, made from a cell phone. The call was traced to the area of Mt. Pleasant Street. The woman called back and said the man had left and that no one was hurt.
Thursday, April 26
12:20 a.m.: Police responded to where an officer was requested regarding "threats made" in a phone call to the hospital.
1:24 a.m.: A vehicle was repossessed on Purchase Street without incident.
1:33 a.m.: Police responded to a report of an open door at
7:25 a.m.: A caller reported a broken window at Sacred Heart Cemetery.
8:14 a.m.: A woman was seen in the Hannaford's lot, arguing with a man. The woman was standing in front of the vehicle, and jumping on the hood, "not letting the male leave." He was in the vehicle, and she was screaming, the caller reported. Several officers responded.
9:00 a.m.: Police assisted state Environmental Police at where a fisherman was "taking more than the regulated amount of fish out of the lake" according to the state officer on the scene. An officer who speaks Spanish and Portuguese came to the scene for translation services.
10:06 a.m.: A two-car crash was reported on Cedar Street at Fortune Boulevard. One person was complaining of neck pain, but refused medical treatment at the scene.
10:34 a.m.: A caller on Purchase Street asked to speak to police about car parts in the yard.