Milford Police Report

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O. Perez-Roblero
O. Perez-Roblero

On 8/15/13 the Milford Police Criminal Division concluded a month long investigation with the arrest of a 32yo woman in connection with an Identity Theft. Detectives arrested and charged Olga Perez-Roblero with Identity Theft and Forgery 1st Degree. Police allege that Perez-Roblero had been using a female victim’s identity to obtain employment at a local factory. The female victim is a resident of Florida and just recently discovered that her identity was being used. Through investigation, detectives were able to identify Perez-Roblero, where she was employed and where she was residing. Perez-Roblero was arraigned and committed to WCI in default of $7,000 cash bond.

C. Long
C. Long

On 8/15/13 The Milford Police arrested and charged a 21yo Milford man on outstanding warrants stemming from an incident that occurred in 2011. Christopher Long was charged with Criminal Mischief and Conspiracy 3rd Degree. Police allege that Long and two other suspects were in a vehicle traveling on STR1 (near NE 10th St) when they began throwing objects at the victim’s vehicle that was also traveling on STR 1 (near NE 10th St). Long was arraigned and released on $1500 unsecured bond.

A. Sturgis
A. Sturgis

On 8/16/13, the Milford Police responded to the Bicentennial Park (located in the 200 block of NE Front St) after receiving a report of a disorderly male armed with a baseball bat. Upon arriving, Police made contact with the disorderly male. The male reportedly provided a false name but was later positively identified as Antoine Sturgis, 30yo of Milford. Police state that Sturgis had attempted to strike the male victim with a baseball bat during a verbal dispute in the park. Sturgis was charged with Aggravated Menacing, Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony, Criminal Mischief and Disorderly Conduct. Sturgis also had an active warrant for his arrest from DSP Troop 4 for an unrelated incident. Sturgis was arraigned and committed to SCI in default of $5,600 secured bond.