Milford Police Report: March 18

Threatening
Milford police arrested Eric Shuda, 53, of Milford on March 9 after they received a complaint regarding an intoxicated male outside a Russell Road residence. Police say that as Shuda was being evaluated by emergency medical responders he threatened to harm his spouse.
Shuda is charged with second-degree threatening.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on March 10.
Larceny
Milford police took custody of Gina Malady, 32, of Milford on a warrant for her arrest on March 10 after they concluded an investigation into a complaint of several unauthorized charges made to a Milford resident’s bank account.   
Police accuse Malady of making several unauthorized charges to the victim’s bank account totaling $783.80 in a period between March and June 2014. Police say Malady was employed as an independent home care aide for the victim.
Malady is charged with illegal use of a credit card, fifth-degree larceny, sixth-degree larceny, second-degree identity theft, and criminal impersonation.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on April 7.
Failure to appear
Milford police took custody of Javier Fontanez-Cruz regarding an outstanding warrant for his arrest on March 10.
Fontanez-Cruz is accused of failing to appear in court on Jan. 18 for criminal trespass, attempt to commit assault of public safety personnel, breach of peace, and interfering with police offenses committed in Milford on Aug. 7, 2010.
Fontanez-Cruz is charged with first-degree failure to appear in court.
Bond was set at $2,500 for court on April 7.
Employee theft
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Quinnisha Hall, 21, of New Haven on March 10 after they received a complaint regarding an employee theft that occurred on July 7, 2014. Police accuse Hall of taking merchandise from the store without paying for it.
Police say Hall had been assisted by another former store employee of the store. The other employee allegedly brought the items to Hall’s register, where the items were never scanned or paid for.
A computer check revealed that Hall had a second outstanding warrant for her arrest from the Hamden Police Department accusing her of failing to appear in court on Jan. 3, 2012, for a larceny charge committed on Oct. 5, 2011.
Hall is charged with fourth-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit fourth-degree larceny and second-degree failure to appear in court.
Bond was set at $100 for court dates on March 24 and April 7.
Larceny
Milford police arrested Dashawna Brown, 18, of West Haven on March 10 after they received a complaint regarding an employee theft that occurred at the Target store located at the Connecticut Post mall in December 2014.
Investigation led to an arrest warrant being issued for Brown, who is accused of illegally marking down merchandise on several occasions for acquaintances and charging them less while cashing them out at her register. The total value for the illegal markdowns was $1,470.01.
Brown is charged with fourth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit fourth-degree larceny.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on April 7.
DUI
Milford police arrested Steven Narvaez, 29, of Milford on March 14 after they received a complaint of a motor vehicle accident in the 1000 block of East Broadway.
Upon investigating, police determined that Narvaez was driving while intoxicated when he struck a parked vehicle. After his arrest, an Intoxilyzer test indicated he had an elevated blood content.
Narvaez is charged with driving while intoxicated, failure to drive right and operating a motor vehicle without insurance.
Bond was set at $500 for court on April 9.
Drug violation
Milford police arrested Joshua Quiles, 34, of Stratford on March 15 after they stopped him for a motor vehicle violation and subsequently found him in possession of cocaine.
Quiles is charged with possession of narcotics.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on April 7.
Drug violation
Milford police arrested Andre Fernandez, 31, of Bridgeport on March 14 after they stopped Fernandez for a motor vehicle violation.
Police say that during the stop they found Fernandez in possession of 40 grams of heroin and 62 pills of controlled substances that included oxycodone, escitalopram, and Abilify.
Fernandez is charged with possession of narcotics, possession with intent to sell, possession of marijuana, misuse of registration plate, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, and operating with a suspended license.
Bond was set at $10,000 for court on April 7.