Protective Order, Burglary Top Police Activity

On Aug. 8 officers were investigating an unrelated incident when they arrived at a residence on Garden Road where the arrestee was located. Officers learned that there was a court-issued protective order in place against the arrestee. This order stated that he was to have no contact with the protected person, and this protected person was also inside the residence where the arrestee was found. Patrick Walsh, 30, was subsequently taken into custody and charged with violation of a protective order. He was held on $10,000 bond.{{more}}

On Aug. 8 officers responded to a complaint of suspicious activity inside a vacant building on Bull Hill Lane. Upon arrival, officers found that the two arrestees had forced entry into a former retail store building, and then gave conflicting stories as to what they were doing inside. Collin Moran and Brendan Hallett, both 18 and from Milford were charged with second-degree criminal trespass. Moran was additionally charged with possession of burglar tools and third-degree criminal mischief. Hallett was also charged with third-degree criminal mischief.

On Aug 2 Catherine Coscia, 48, Aspen Lane surrendered herself at police headquarters after learning of a warrant for her arrest. The warrant stemmed from an incident at the Orange Ale House on April 25, where the arrestee and another bar patron got into an argument which turned physical. Officers’ investigation led to the issuance of the arrest warrant. She was charged with second-degree breach of peace.