Milford Police Report: June 17

Harassment
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Rebecca Goddard, 43, of an unknown address on June 11 after they concluded an investigation into a July 2014 complaint from a Milford resident regarding an acquaintance harassing them.
Investigation led to an arrest warrant being issued for Goddard, who is accused of harassing the victim. Goddard is charged with disorderly conduct and second-degree harassment.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on July 7.
Stalking
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Thomas Williams, 42, of Milford on June 11 after they received a complaint regarding violations of court-issued protective and restraining orders involving Williams.
Investigation led to an arrest warrant being issued for Williams, who is accused of harassing and stalking his spouse on several occasions in May.
Williams is charged with four counts of violating a protective order, violation of a restraining order and first-degree stalking.
Bond was set at $5,000 for court on June 12.
Assault
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Tomeka Franklin, 29, of Hamden on June 12 after they concluded an investigation into a May 4 complaint regarding a disturbance that occurred in the parking lot of the CT Post Mall.
Investigation led to an arrest warrant being issued for Franklin, who is accused of assaulting an acquaintance.
Franklin is charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on July 7.
Disorderly conduct
Milford police arrested two residents for disorderly conduct on June 12 after they received a complaint regarding a disturbance at a Naugatuck Avenue residence. Investigation led to the arrests of Damaris Davila, 20, of Milford and Janette Mateo, 37, of Milford.
Police are accusing the pair of engaging in a physical altercation with each other. Mateo is also accused of disconnecting the phone when Davila was attempting to contact police for assistance.
A computer check revealed that there was an active protective order issued by the court, which Davila violated during the disturbance.
Davila is charged with disorderly conduct and violation of a protective order.
Mateo is charged with disorderly conduct and interfering with an emergency call.
Both were released on a promise to appear in court on June 12.