Melissa Drinkwater, 30, of Manilla Avenue in Milford, was charged April 2 with second-degree breach of peace, third-degree assault, interfering with a police officer and second-degree failure to appear in court. According to Milford Police, officers received a complaint regarding a disturbance on Manilla Avenue. An investigation led to the arrest of Drinkwater, who is accused of striking an acquaintance. Drink water resisted the officers' efforts during her arrest on the scene, police said. While being processed at the headquarters, Drinkwater continued to be belligerent and kicked three officers, police said. A computer check revealed that she had an outstanding warrant for her arrest from Connecticut State Police Troop I for failure to appear in court on Feb. 7 for motor vehicle offenses that occurred in January. A bond amount of $2,000 was set and she was scheduled to appear in court April 3 and April 29.
Angel Ibarron, 44, of North Avenue in Bridgeport, was charged April 2 with third-degree forgery and third-degree criminal attempt at forgery. According to police, officers received a complaint regarding a person attempting to cash a fraudulent check at Webster Bank. An investigation led to the arrest of Ibarron, who is accused of attempting to cash the fraudulent check in the amount of $2,360.10, which was reportedly to be from a business in Middletown. Police said the teller observed suspicious features within the check, and verified with the business that the check was counterfeit. Ibarron was also reprimanded to police custody after a computer check revealed that she is currently a parolee from the state Department of Corrections. A bond amount of $5,000 was set and she is scheduled to appear in court April 29.
Shaun Hack, 28, of Shanley Street in Stratford, was charged April 3 with violation of a protective order, second-degree criminal mischief and second-degree breach of peace. According to Milford Police, on April 30, 2013 the department receive a complaint regarding vandalism to a vehicle parked at 16 Bridgeport Avenue. An investigation led to an arrest warrant being issued for Hack, who is accused of cutting four tires and damaging a window of a former companion's vehicle, police said. The damage was valued at about $1,000. Hack also violated conditions of a protective order issued against him by the court, police said. He was released on a promise to appear in court on April 4.
David Foss, 18, of Richard Street in West Haven and a 15-year-old juvenile, of Milford, were both charged on April 3 with second-degree breach of peace. According to Milford Police, the department received a 911 call from a Milford resident reporting that a juvenile acquaintance of hers was possibly shot and injured. An investigation revealed that the caller was on the phone with the juvenile when she heard the juvenile ask a relative not to harm him and then heard the sound of a gunshot in the background, police said. An unknown male voice then got on the phone portraying to be the relative saying that the juvenile was injured, police said. Officers responded to multiple locations in Milford to verify the well-being of the juvenile and located him unharmed. Police report they later determined that the juvenile and Foss had fabricated the incident and claimed to be playing a prank on an acquaintance. They were both released on a promise to appear in court on April 29.
Kayla Cadieux, 26, of Natick Street in Hartford, was charged April 3 with violation of a protective order. According to police, officers received a complaint regarding a disturbance between former companions who were staying at a room at the Howard Johnson's motel. An investigation led tot he arrest of Cadieux, who is accused of violating a protective order issued against her by the court. She was released on a promise to appear in court on April 4.