Worthy Charged With Resisting Arrest

B. WorthyOn Wednesday, July 10 at approx 03:50 am, the Milford Police responded to a residence located in Silver Lake Estates in reference to a domestic dispute. Police state that upon arriving, they heard extremely loud yelling & screaming due to some sort of hostile altercation coming from the residence. Police made entry into the residence and discovered that the 23yo female victim had been struck several times by the 27yo male suspect, later identified as Bruce E. Worthy Jr of Milford. Upon Police entering the residence Worthy fled into a room in the rear of the residence and locked the door. According to police, as they attempted to make contact with Worthy, the female victim became irate and hostile toward police. While Police were restraining the female victim, Worthy jumped out of the 2nd story window of the residence and fled on foot. Worthy has already been banned from the property from a previous domestic dispute. The female victim refused to cooperate with police and did not receive medical treatment. Later on Wednesday, July 10, Worthy turned himself into the Milford Police and was charged with Resisting Arrest, Harassment, Offensive Touching and Criminal Trespass 2nd Degree. Worthy was arraigned through JP2 and was released on $2,000 unsecured bond. Worthy refused medical treatment for the minor injuries he sustained during the incident.

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