Milford Police Reports: April 15

Disorderly conduct
Milford police arrested Holly Allen, 24, of Milford and Donna Allen, 23, of Milford on April 8 after they received a complaint regarding a disturbance between relatives at a Carrington Drive residence.
Police accuse the pair of engaging in a physical altercation with each other during an argument. A third relative received minor injuries while trying to intervene during the altercation.
Both were charged with disorderly conduct and appeared in court on April 9.
Larceny
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Amber Shufelt, 29, of Norwalk on April 10 after they concluded an investigation into a September 2014 complaint of a shoplifting that occurred at Costco.
Investigation led to an arrest warrant being issued for Shufelt, who is accused of taking two pairs of headphones from the store without paying for them. The total value for the stolen merchandise was $479.98.
Shufelt is charged with sixth-degree larceny.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on May 5.
Burglary
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Robert Johannesen, 32, of Shelton on April 10 after they concluded an investigation into an August 2014 complaint of a burglary that occurred at the city of Milford transfer station located at 831 Oronoque Road.
Police accuse Johannesen of entering the building and taking money and landscaping equipment.
Johannesen is charged with third-degree burglary, sixth-degree larceny and second-degree criminal mischief. Bond was set at $50,000 for court on April 10.
Assault
Milford police arrested Tracy Lyman, 44, of Milford for assault on April 10 after they received a complaint regarding a disturbance at the Pit Stop Café on Bridgeport Avenue.
Investigation led to the arrest of Lyman, who is accused of assaulting a person at the establishment. Lyman is charged with third-degree assault and second-degree breach of peace.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on May 5.
DUI
Milford police arrested Nicholas Jardin, 30, of Stratford for DUI on April 12 after they received a complaint regarding a motor vehicle accident that occurred on Anderson Avenue.
During the investigation, police found that Jardin was operating under the influence of alcohol. After his arrest, a Breathalyzer test revealed that Jardin had an elevated blood alcohol level.
Jardin is charged with DUI and failure to drive right.
Bond was set at $500 for court on May 7.