Milford Police Reports: May 15

Protective order violation
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Thomas Williams, 42, of Milford after they concluded an investigation into a complaint regarding a protective order violation that occurred on April 10.
Police say that a Milesfield Avenue resident reported that her estranged spouse contacted her in violation of a court order prohibiting such contact.
Williams is charged with violation of a restraining order.
Bond was set at $5,000 for court on May 5.
Breach of peace
Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Kyle Hungerford, 19, of Stratford on May 7 after they concluded an investigation into a complaint regarding a disturbance at a South Woodland Drive residence on Nov. 29, 2014. Investigation led to an arrest warrant being issued for Hungerford, who is accused of assaulting a former companion.
Hungerford is charged with second-degree breach of peace.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on May 8.
Threatening
Milford police arrested Daniel Martinez, 28, of New York on May 8 after they received a complaint of a disturbance in the parking lot of the Connecticut Post mall.
Police accuse Martinez of threatening bodily harm to his former spouse during an argument and violating a court-issued protective order.
Martinez is charged with violation of protective order, threatening and breach of peace.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on May 11.
Assault
Milford police arrested John Tufaro, 58, of Milford on May 9 after they received a complaint of a domestic violence disturbance at a home on Meetinghouse Lane.
Police accuse Tufaro of throwing a bat at his spouse during an argument and striking her in the head, causing a minor injury.
Tufaro is charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct.
He was released on a promise to appear in court on May 11.
Threatening
A Derby man who allegedly threatened the lives of his former employer and her family was arrested on a warrant May 9.
Milford police said Antonio Negron, 52, of Derby was charged with threatening and then released from police custody on a promise to appear in court June 2.
Police said the incident happened July 20. They didn’t say much about the threat or the circumstances, only that Negron “threatened the life of his former employer and her family.”