Criminal Mischief Under $1000 and Disorderly Conduct

T. JarvisMilford Police Department

On August 27, 2013 at approx 2:40 pm the Milford Police responded to a business located in the 1000 block of N. Walnut St. after receiving a report of a disorderly employee. The employee fled the business prior to police arrival but was identified as Timothy Jarvis, 42yo, of Milford. Investigation revealed that Jarvis became irate with the business manager about not being paid enough in his paycheck. Jarvis then began breaking numerous items throughout the business while cursing loudly. Milford Police later located Jarvis at his residence where he was taken into custody. Jarvis was arrested and charged with Criminal Mischief Under $1000 and Disorderly Conduct. Jarvis was arraigned and released on $200 unsecured bond.

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