Monday, March 12
3:59 p.m.: reported a hit and run crash on Main Street. Officers found the vehicle in question and issued a criminal application for leaving the scene of an accident and driving without a license.
5:38 p.m.: A person called the to report a crash on West Main Street. An officer arrived on the scene and requested an ambulance but the person refused transportation.
5:41 p.m.: A caller reported a separate crash on West Main Street. No injuries were reported.
5:57 p.m.: A caller from Lumber Street reported a past occurrence of breaking and entering.
6:42 p.m.: A 911 caller reported hitting a dog on Wood Street. was called when the dog died and a tow truck was called for the car.
7:13 p.m.: A walk in reported illegal dumping at an Exchange Street location on Lake Whitehall.
8:24 p.m.: a 911 caller requested a well-being check on her 85-year-old friend in Framingham. Framingham police responded.
Tuesday, March 13
7:30 a.m.: a 911 caller reported that they had been involved in a hit and run accident on South Street. The Milford police were asked to be on the lookout for the vehicle but were unable to find it.
10:25 a.m.: a 911 caller reported a possible brush fire on Hayward Street. The Fire Department responded and extinguished the fire even though one of the people at the fire had a permit.
12:39 p.m.: A caller from Saddle Hill Road reported that there were dogs in the roadway. Animal Control spoke to the owners of the dogs to try to work on a plan to keep them in the road.
2:55 p.m.: A caller from Pond Street reported that a young man hit her car with a large branch several times. An officer spoke with the man in question and transported him to the Upton State Forest.
3:05 p.m.: Officers responded to Wood Street where there was an unwanted person on the premises. The person was gone when the officers arrived.
4:59 p.m.: A 911 caller from Mayhew Street reported a kitchen fire. The Fire Department responded.
5:23 p.m.: An officer took a report of larceny at a West Main Street location.
5:42 p.m.: A caller reported a vehicle was passing in a no-passing section of Main Street. Officers were unable to find the vehicle in question.