Milford Police Investigating Suspicious Activity

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Milford police are investigating what they called suspicious activity. They are asking residents in the area of Plains Road and Naugatuck Avenue who see a man in black pants and an orange hoody to cal’

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Milford police are investigating what they called suspicious activity and ask anyone who saw the man they are looking for to call authorities.

Police are asking residents in the area of Plains Road and Naugatuck Avenue who see a man in black pants and an orange hoody to call the police department. He might be involved in several motor vehicle thefts overnight, according to a Facebook post from Milford police.

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Video of suspect asking an area resident for directions at approx. 6:30am. Police presence still in the area of West Rutland Rd/ Naugatuck Ave & Plains Rd, if anyone sees anything suspicious please contact, 203-878-6551 pic.twitter.com/KuGG3onDh5

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  • Author: Milford police are investigating what they called suspicious activity and ask anyone who saw the man they are looking for to call authorities
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Police investigating ‘suspicious activity’ in Milford, looking for suspect

MILFORD — Milford Police tweeted out Tuesday morning to avoid the area of West Rutland Road near Plains Road, citing ‘suspicious activity’.

Police say the public is not in danger. They’re also asking if anyone in the West Rutland area had seen a man wearing black pants and an orange hoody who may have been involved in several car thefts overnight.

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Milford PD is asking residents in the area of Plains Rd and Naugatuck Ave that if they observe a male wearing black pants and an Orange hoody to call the Police Dept. The subject is possibly involved in several motor vehicle thefts overnight

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  • Date: 2018-10-02T11:22:31+00:00
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‘Suspicious Activity’ Causes Road Closure In Milford

MILFORD, CT — After a three-hour search for a suspect in numerous overnight car break-ins, Milford Police ended its search, police said at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

“After an extensive search Milford PD K-9 unit has terminated the track. Drone unit is down and most of the units are breaking down as well. Milford PD asks if anyone sees or encounters the suspect to contact the PD,” Milford Police said on its official Twitter page.

WTNH News 8 reports that the suspicious activity relates to police looking for a suspect in several car break-ins. The thefts occurred early this morning.

  • Publisher: Milford, CT Patch
  • Date: 2018-10-02T07:25:05-04:00
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POLICE ROUNDUP: Sept. 15 through Sept. 22

Division spokeswoman Master Cpl. Melissa Jaffe identified the pair as Anthony Jones, 44, of Smyrna, and Angela D. Greenwood, 43, of Clayton.

The shots fired incident took place Saturday, Sept. 15 when troopers were sent to the 300 block of Grygo Road. There they learned Jones had come to the house looking for a former girlfriend. Learning she was not there, he left but discharged a firearm, striking the outside of the home.

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Troopers tracked the Civic and stopped it at the intersection of Holly Spring and Willow Grove roads. Officers found Greenwood was driving the car while Jones was a front-seat passenger. A 39-year-old man from Marydel was in the back seat, Jaffe said.

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Two charged with intention to supply class A drugs

Two people have been charged with possession with intent to supply class A drugs following a warrant at a home in Milford Haven.

Junior Renford, aged 24, of Greenwich, and a 17-year-old from Bellingham in London, have since been charged with two counts of possession with intent to supply ‘ one charge each for crack cocaine and the second charges for heroin. They have both been remanded in custody.

Safeguarding measures have been put in place for the 15-year-old over concerns she was brought to the area through county lines activity.

Detective Chief Inspector Anthony Evans said: ‘People living in The Mount Estate will have been aware of a high police presence following the warrant on Friday and through the weekend.

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