Milford Police Report: August 28
Milford police took custody of Joshua Hogberg, 25, of Bristol on Aug. 20 on an outstanding warrant for his arrest.
Police accuse Hogberg of violating his court-appointed probation.
Bond was set at $10,000 for court on Sept. 16.
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Jeffrey Ratar, 33, of an uncertain address on Aug. 20 after they concluded an investigation into a February 2014 complaint of larceny.
Police accuse Ratar of taking jewelry and money from a relative’s residence on Hackett Avenue. Police determined that the thefts occurred over several months and totaled $27,380 in cash and jewelry.
Ratar is charged with first-degree larceny.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on Sept. 16.
Failure to appear
Milford police took custody of Michael Jensen, 48, of East Haven on Aug. 21 regarding two outstanding warrants for his arrest.
Jensen is accused of failing to appear in court on July 15 for a larceny offense he allegedly committed in Milford on May 7. The second warrant accused Jensen of failing to appear in court on July 23 for motor vehicle offenses he allegedly committed in New Haven on May 7.
Jensen is charged with two counts of second-degree failure to appear in court.
Bond was set at $1,000 for court on Aug. 28 and Sept. 16.
Milford police arrested Kimberly Cresiski, 32, of Milford on Aug. 22 after they received a complaint regarding a suspicious vehicle parked on Eveningside Drive.
During the investigation police found the operator, Cresiski, in possession of heroin, a narcotic prescription medication not prescribed to her and marijuana.
Cresiski is charged with two counts of possession of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on Sept. 16.
Milford police arrested Victoria Carman, 52, of Milford on Aug. 22 after they received a complaint regarding a disturbance at a Marino drive residence.
Investigation led to the arrest of Carman who is accused of striking and restricting a relative’s breathing during the incident.
Carman was charged with third-degree assault, disorderly conduct, second-degree strangulation and risk of injury.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on Aug. 22.
Milford police arrested Scott Glenn, 55, of Milford on Aug. 24 after they received a complaint regarding a disturbance at a Kings Highway residence. Police accuse Glenn of striking his companion and throwing a glass at her.
A computer check revealed that there was an active protective order issued against Glenn by the court, which he allegedly violated during this incident.
Police subsequently responded to a second complaint at the residence involving harassing phone calls being made by Glenn to the companion. Police say they located Glenn in West Haven and he was taken into police custody.
Glenn is charged with third-degree assault, disorderly conduct, second-degree harassment and four counts of violating a protective order.
Glenn was held on a bond of $52,500 at the time of his arrest.
Milford police arrested Michael DiBiagio Jr., 41, of Monroe on Aug. 23 after they completed an investigation into a May 20 complaint of a larceny involving home improvement work being done at an East Broadway residence.
Investigation revealed that the homeowner had hired DiBiagio through his company, A-Tec Home Energy Solutions, to perform construction work at the home.
According to police, the victim filed a complaint stating that the agreed upon work was never completed nor did it represent the amount of funds paid to DiBiagio in the amount of $80,972.42.
As a result of the complaint and investigation, police issued the arrest warrant for DiBiagio.
DiBiagio was charged with first-degree larceny, unregistered home improvement and failure to refund amount paid for home improvement.
Bond was set at $100,000 for court on Sept. 16.
Credit card fraud
Milford police arrested Jonathan Petruny, 35, of Seymour on a warrant on Aug. 23 after they completed an investigation into a May 20 complaint of a fraudulent use of a credit card.
Police accuse Petruny of using the victim’s credit card number to make unauthorized purchases in Milford. Petruny is charged with sixth-degree larceny, illegal use of a credit card and receiving goods by illegal use of a credit card.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on Sept. 26.
Milford police arrested Peter Gartner, 35, of Monroe for DUI on Aug. 24 after an officer stopped a vehicle for not traveling in the proper lane on Pumpkin Delight Road.
Investigation led to the arrest of Gartner, who is accused of operating while under the influence of alcohol with a child inside the vehicle. Gartner is charged with DUI, risk of injury and failure to drive right.
Bond was set at $500 for court on Sept. 16.