Police say that Peter Barone, 42, of East Haven intended to burglarize Krauszer’s on Bridgeport Avenue May 5 when he smashed in the store window.
Barone was arrested on a warrant May 16, charged with attempted burglary and possession of burglary tools.
According to a police report, an officer on patrol May 5 heard breaking glass and checked the area, discovering that a window had been smashed at Krauszer’s. The officer reportedly found a man dressed all in black running from the area. Police then found a vehicle in the vicinity that was running with the keys in the ignition, and they connected that car to Barone. A warrant was subsequently issued for his arrest.
Barone was released from police custody on his promise to appear in court June 16.
Police arrested a New Haven man on a warrant May 19 for allegedly stealing about $2,600 from the clothing store for which he worked.
Police said that Keith Evans, 26, of New Haven worked for Jos. A. Bank, a men’s clothing store at 1468 Boston Post Road. In April, store officials complained about an employee theft, and police investigators determined that Evans was making fraudulent merchandise returns and diverting the funds to his personal credit card. The returns totaled $2,616.36.
Evans was charged with larceny and was released from police custody on his promise to appear in court June 9.
Milford police arrested Mark Maltais, 58, of Milford for allegedly threatening a neighbor with a gun on May 22. Police say they received a complaint of a disturbance in the laundry room at 1070 New Haven Avenue and upon completing an investigation arrested Maltais, whom they accuse of pointing a handgun at a neighbor and threatening him. Maltais’s pistol permit had expired.
He is charged with first-degree threatening, first-degree reckless endangerment, disorderly conduct, and carrying a handgun without a permit.
Bond was set at $100,000 for court on May 22.
Milford police recovered a stolen vehicle on May 22 after an officer stopped the vehicle on West River Street for displaying a registration plate that did not belong on the vehicle.
During the stop, police found and arrested Robert Hayes, 19, of West Haven, who was operating the vehicle that was reported stolen in West Haven.
Hayes is charged with third-degree larceny, misuse of registration plates and operating with a suspended license.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on June 16.
Milford police arrested Alison Dinuzzo, 22, of Trumbull on May 22 after they received a complaint regarding a shoplifting that occurred at Macy’s. Police accuse Dinuzzo of taking $704 worth of merchandise from the store without paying for it.
During her arrest, Dinuzzo was found in possession of narcotic prescription medication not properly stored or prescribed to her.
Dinuzzo is charged with fifth-degree larceny, possession of a controlled substance and narcotic prescription not stored in original container.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on June 16.