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Police Log: Birthday Party Disturbance

The following information was supplied by the Milford police department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

In the Feb. 10-12 police log, officers responded to several disturbances and noise complaints, and to an unusual report of bagged deer carcasses in the woods.

Friday, Feb. 10

3:28 p.m.: A caller on Countryside Drive reported that a dead horse was in a plastic bag on the side of the road, and that a second one was further down the road. An officer determined the bags contained deer carcasses, and were left in the woods.

4:05 p.m.: An 11-year-old boy with lacerations on his head was taken to from the town's baseball field near

4:14 p.m.: A caller reported a two-car collision on Central Street, near No injuries were reported.

4:59 p.m.: A caller reported an erratic driver had pulled out of on East Main Street, and cut him off, almost causing a crash. He then said he saw another car get cut off as well, further down the road. Police spoke to the driver and determined she was not impaired.

5:35 p.m.: A caller on Harding Street told police he had received a suspicious phone call from a man saying he would put in a free alarm system.

6:59 p.m.: A person from Century 21 walked in to police headquarters to report a "for sale" sign had been stolen from Iadarola Avenue.

7:07 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Central Avenue, police arrested Maria P. Paz, 41, of 45 Pearl St., Apt. 2, Milford, on charges of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop or yield.

7:22 p.m.: A woman asked to speak to an officer about a past theft.

10:13 p.m.: A caller reported loud music was coming from Igrejia Church on Congress Street.

10:26 p.m.: Police arrested Kelly Callahan, 41, of 23 Thayer St., Milford, on a warrant.

11:36 p.m.: The manager of told police a vehicle was not moving in the drive-thru.

11:49 p.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Main Street at Pearl Street, police arrested Jerome Johnson, 46, of 6 East Main St., Milford, on a warrant and on a charge of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

Saturday, Feb. 11

1:17 a.m.: A caller told police her daughter's car was hit and the other car took off. Police found the suspect vehicle at Pheasant Circle, inthe back lot. The vehicle was towed. Police are seeking a summons to charge Matthew James Rolo, 27, of 44 Fruit St., Milford, with leaving the scene of property damage.

5:47 a.m.: Vandalism was reported to a mailbox on Harding Street.

9:45 a.m.: Following a motor vehicle stop on Grove Street, police were seeking a summons to charge Karup Dirazonian, 22, of 15 Poplar St. Milford, on a charge of failure to stop or yield and operating a motor vehicle with a license suspended for operating under the influence.

10:42 a.m.: A caller on West Street told police a large piece of fence was missing from her yard.

12:40 p.m.: A caller from told police a man was in their custody for shoplifting.

1:42 p.m.: A caller on Walker Avenue Extension told police a woman was refusing to leave the residence, and complaining about the children's daycare.

2:40 p.m.: A caller from Old Time Auto Sales on West Street told police multiple vehicles had been keyed over the past week and a half.

4:34 p.m.: A caller on Purchase Street told police she could hear screaming from a first floor apartment. Police determined the issue was not a domestic disturbance, but an autistic teenager who was acting "out of control."

Sunday, Feb. 12

12:45 a.m.: A caller on Main Street told police that several people were fighting at the location, and a man and a woman were yelling and screaming. Another caller reported his father and girlfriend were fighting. Police responded.

2:49 a.m.: A caller on Churchill Street complained that intoxicated men were yelling and causing a disturbance. They were having a birthday party and two men got drunk, and are now "causing a scene."

3:00 a.m.: A caller reported loud noise on Franklin Street, and possible underage drinking and drug use. Police were unable to locate the people causing the disturbance.

8:23 a.m.: A caller on West Street told police he thought his neighbor had broken a beer bottle in his driveway.

10:25 a.m.: A caller told police a group of kids were on the new football field at , who should not be there.

10:59 a.m.: An officer reported he had issued 13 parking violations to cars at the Stacy Middle School bus loop.

Jim Rizoli February 13, 2012 at 04:42 AM
The dead horse one must be an interesting story.. I wonder if the drug and drinking people had something to do with it.... jim@ccfiile.com
Mary MacDonald February 13, 2012 at 12:59 PM
I don't understand why someone would bag a deer carcass, anything really, and leave it in the woods. It's disgusting. I don't have strong opinions about hunting, but this item is ridiculous.
John Donovan February 13, 2012 at 03:15 PM
I could be wrong...but I read the deer log entry that the PD left the carcasses in the woods after determining they were deer. Its possible the deer fell off a truck after being picked up by the highway department, or whoever is responsible for the roadkills.
Mary MacDonald February 13, 2012 at 03:42 PM
hmm. The call came in from a woman who thought they were horses in bags, and the officer figured out they were deer. Maybe they did get bagged by someone planning to remove them, though...

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