Milford Police Reports: Oct. 22


Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Christopher Glover, 26, of Milford on Oct. 13, accusing him of committing a pair of burglaries in Milford.

Police say that on April 23 they received a complaint of a burglary to a home on Campfield Circle. On May 2, a second burglary was investigated on Myers Lane.

According to police, both of these crimes occurred overnight, within a close proximity of each other, and within a two-week time frame.

While investigating both crimes it was determined that there were similarities in not only the proximity and time frame but the items stolen as well. Laptops, cell phones and other electronics were stolen in both incidents.

Milford detectives developed Christopher Glover as a suspect in the burglaries after they conducted a lengthy investigation. Police say they conducted a search at Glover’s home in August and recovered a substantial number of the items stolen from the homes.

Milford police applied for an arrest warrant for Glover, and he turned himself in after learning the arrest warrant was issued.

Glover is charged with two counts of third-degree burglary, third-degree larceny and fourth-degree larceny.

He was released on a promise to appear in court on Nov. 22.

Ketamine possession

Milford police arrested Cavan James Murphy, 20, of Orange and Luke Anthony Greenspun, 21, of Milford for possession of narcotics after police stopped Greenspun for a motor vehicle violation on Oct. 18.

Police found Greenspun and his passenger, Murphy, in possession of ketamine. Both were subsequently arrested and charged with possession of narcotics.

They were released on a promise to appear in court on Nov. 12.


Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Eddie Cobbs Jr., 41, of Hartford on Oct. 17 after they concluded an investigation into a pair of fraudulent check-passing incidents that occurred on Sept. 25.

Police say Cobbs cashed two fraudulent checks at two different People’s Bank locations in Milford. The first check passed at the Broad Street branch was for $1,500 and the second was cashed at the Boston Post Road branch in the amount of $2,440.

Investigation led to warrants being issued for his arrest.

Cobbs is charged with two counts of first-degree forgery, fourth-degree larceny and third-degree larceny.

Bond was set at $26,000 for court on Nov. 12.