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Man faces many charges following Milford rampage
On February 26, just before 6 a.m., police were called to the Cumberland Farms on Nashua Street to respond to a report that a man was threatening people in the parking lot with a knife.
Officer Dana Johnson was able to locate Frye on Bridge Street, and when the officer approached him, Frye dropped several knives, including a utility knife and two butter knives, according to an arrest affidavit on file at Milford District Court. Frye said he was looking for heroin “and asked Officer Johnson if he had any,” the affidavit said.
At the parking lot of the Cumberland Farms, Frye slashed the clerk’s tires and smashed the taillights of her car, said the affidavit. The eight other vehicles, all of which had slashed tires, were parked outside the apartment building where Frye lives on High Street.
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