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Police Log: Vandalism; Arrests Made in Car Break-In

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

Friday, Nov. 9

4:37 p.m.: A caller from Lyndon Road reported that he pulled the fire alarm and did not know how to turn it off.

4:48 p.m.: Officers responded to a report of a passed out man in a gold, work van near the softball field at Milford High School.

5:12 p.m.: A caller reported that she struck a deer on East Main Street near Zain Circle.

5:44 p.m.: A caller from Pheasant Circle reported that someone was knocking on his door claiming to be from the electric company. The male did not let the woman inside his house even though she was wearing an ID badge.

5:47 p.m.: A caller reported that her mother had dropped off items at D’Amato’s Upscale Resale before it went out of business but the items were not returned.

10:53 p.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle on Hamilton Street and arrested Rebecca Lynn Rainey, 32, of 38 Oliver St., Apt. 2. Rainey was charged with drunken-driving and a marked lanes violation.

11:06 p.m.: A caller from Senate Road reported loud music in the area while their child was trying to sleep. An officer responded and spoke to the people at the loud house.

Saturday, Nov. 10

1:03 a.m.: A caller from Genoa Avenue reported that her boyfriend was being verbally aggressive after he had been drinking. The male was transported to a family member's house.

6:28 a.m.: A caller reported hearing gunshots near the lake on Dilla Street. An officer informed the caller that it was hunting season and this was normal.

9:46 a.m.: Officers were advised to be on the lookout for a two teen males that had been involved in an assault in Hopedale.

9:52 a.m.: Members of the Milford Fire Department reported a female needed her ring cut off her finger.

11:02 a.m.: Officers found one of the males involved in the earlier incident in Hopedale on Spruce Street. After a short chase the male was taken in to custody at Church Street and Congress Street. He was transferred to Hopedale custody.

2:15 p.m.: An officer responded to a two-car crash at McDonalds. The operator and passenger of one of the vehicles were given court summonses.

5:41 p.m.: An officer responded to a report of a passed out female in a vehicle on Old Cedar Street. The officer responded and reported that the female was having trouble starting her vehicle. Eventually the vehicle started and the woman left the area.

9:53 p.m.: Officers stopped a vehicle on Exchange Street and issued the operator a criminal application.

11:22 p.m.: A caller reported a suspicious male sitting in his vehicle on East Walnut Street. The caller said the male was holding something and covered his face when she drove by. Officers responded but were unable to locate the vehicle.

Sunday, Nov. 11

1:20 a.m.: A caller from La Quinta Inn reported an issue in one of the rooms with a lot of yelling. Officers responded and spoke to the people in the room.

1:42 a.m.: A caller from East Main Street reported that an intoxicated male broke a window in the area. The male left in  an unknown direction.

1:55 p.m.: A caller that a female drove in to another vehicle at McDonalds and the left the area. The caller said they believed both people involved were intoxicated. No damage was noted on either vehicle.

8:12 a.m.: A resident asked for police assistance with something he found on his computer. An officer advised the person that it was a virus.

9:23 a.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle near Secure Self Storage on East Main Street. The operator of the vehicle did not have her license in her possession but said she would return to the station later to show it.

2:10 p.m.: A woman went in to the station to report that her boyfriend was making threats to harm her.

2:21 p.m.: Officers responded to a report of three youths who broke in to a car on Vine Street and took off running after taking items from the car. The three juveniles were arrested and charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering. They were all released in to the custody of their parents.

4:01 p.m.: A caller from Kohl’s reported a female shoplifter.

4:28 p.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle near Joanne Fabrics. The operator of the vehicle was issued a summons for driving an uninsured motor vehicle. Corey Shaw, 21, of 151 Summer St., Franklin was arrested on warrant charges. Shaw was a passenger in the vehicle.

4:44 p.m.: A resident walked in to the station ro speak with an officer regarding a person taking pictures of her at Louisa Lake.

5:05 p.m.: A caller reported two males with flashlights looking in to a garage on Meade Street. An officer responded and spoke to the youths who were getting their football out of a neighbor’s yard with their parents.

7:03 p.m.: An officer responded to a report of a domestic incident on Metcalf Avenue. The male and female refused restraining orders and the male left for the night.

7:05 p.m.: A caller reported three males wearing all black possibly breaking in to cars on Central Street. Officers were unable to locate the males.

11:58 p.m.: A caller reported that three youths had take a bench out of the park on Spruce Street and placed it in the middle of the road. An officer responded and spoke with six youths in the area. Other vandalism was reported to traffic barrels and cones in the area. An officer spoke to the parents of the youths in question.

Monday, Nov. 12

12:43 a.m.: Officers spoke to a suspicious male on School Street near Stacy Middle School. The male was riding his bike home from work.

4:01 a.m.: Officers responded to an alarm activation for breaking an entering at Main Street Market. The front door had bee smashed with a rock. Other Businesses reported similar break-ins throughout the morning.

4:04 a.m.: Officers checked Kennedy Lane for a vehicle belonging to a male who was wanted by the Waltham Police Department. The vehicle was not found in the area.

unclkebuck November 13, 2012 at 01:22 PM
Gee, I didn't know Breaking and entering was just a misdermeanor? Also, several folks called Poice on Sunday night up in the Bear Hill area (Central & Mt Pleasant) about a group of 3 youths going around checking cars to see if they were unlocked.... 2:21 p.m.: Officers responded to a report of three youths who broke in to a car on Vine Street and took off running after taking items from the car. The three juveniles were arrested and charged with misdemeanor breaking and entering. They were all released in to the custody of their parents.
unclkebuck November 13, 2012 at 02:55 PM
Honestly didn't realize B&E was only a misdermeanor....
Hawk's Mom November 14, 2012 at 01:13 AM
How the heck is it ok to be hunting anywhere near Dilla Street?!!? That trail winds through the woods so much you MUST be close to the minimum distances listed in the hunting statutes....what would posesss someone at the PD to say that's ok? And who hunts in town limits anymore?? You can't convince me there's big game left here.
Mr Nobody November 14, 2012 at 01:57 PM
remember last wee all the car brea all the car break ins no they're bre they're breaking into establishments and I found out not from a reliable sauce breaking into purchase stre breaking into purchase street market Wednesday night the perpetrat the perpetrators fingerprints to back it up all I can say is the Milford PD is right on the ball

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