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Police Log: Stolen Food Stamps, Disturbance at Hospital

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

Police Log: Stolen Food Stamps, Disturbance at Hospital

Sunday, Dec. 16

4:45 p.m.: A caller reported his neighbor came to his door and knocked on it. He said the man had defrauded him in the past, and was told to call police if the man contacted him again. 

Monday, Dec. 17

12:34 a.m.: A man reported his friend wanted to harm herself, and asked police to check on her well-being. An officer went to the home and said he spoke to her at length and she is just feeling a little down. The children were fine. The caller was notified and said he would check on her.

1:19 to 2:52 a.m.: Police issued nine tickets to cars violating the winter parking ban. Officers were on Chestnut Street, Church Street, South High Street and Oliver, Hollis and Fruit streets.

4:54 a.m.: A caller on Camp Street reported the street was a "sheet of ice." An officer checked to determine if the Highway Department should be contacted, but said the road was OK.

6:22 a.m.: A two-car crash was reported on Congress at West Walnut streets. At least one person was taken to Milford Regional Medical Center.

10:55 a.m.: An officer reported food stamps were stolen from a party. Police are seeking a summons to charge Janet M. Iarocci, 51, of 248 Glen Meadow Rd., Franklin, with larceny more than $250 from a person over age 60 or disabled.

1:12 p.m.: A disturbance was reported at Milford Regional Medical Center by the switchboard operator. The caller said a man was causing a disturbance. Police spoke to the man and told him to go home.

3:49 p.m.: A caller on Carroll Street reported hearing gunshots. She was advised it's deer hunting season. An officer responded. Another caller reported seven or eight shots were coming from Hayward Street. An officer reported he heard a shot, coming from the woods.

3:58 p.m.: A woman on Grant Street told police her sons were fighting.

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