False report Milford police issued a summons to Mary Healy, 62, of Milford for falsely reporting an incident after they received numerous complaints from Healy indicating that her neighbor was banging on the walls and disturbing her. Police say they confirmed that the neighbor was not at home at the time the complaint was filed on Feb. 11. Healy was issued a summons for filing a false complaint. Healy is scheduled to appear in court on March 10. Unlicensed massage Police charged a woman who was working at a Milford massage parlor last week with performing a massage without a license. According to a police report, Eun Soon Kohler, 55, of Palmertown, Pa., was performing a massage Feb. 12 at VIP Massage Parlor at 232 Boston Post Road when police made a routine inspection at about noon and found she did not have a license. Kohler was charged with performing a massage without a license and was released from police custody on a promise to appear in court March 13. Police also arrested Kilson Elkins, 60, of Pound Ridge, N.Y., who is the owner\/manager. She was charged with allowing the employee to perform massages without a proper state license. Elkins also was released from police custody on a promise to appear in court March 13. Threatening Milford police responding to a complaint of a disturbance at a Robbins Court address on Feb. 12, arrested a local woman for threatening her spouse while brandishing a pair of scissors. Police say Jonna Mack-Papazoglou, 55, of Milford threatened her spouse with the scissors, leading to her arrest. After her arrest, she was released on a promise to appear with conditions of release that she refrain from returning to the residence until her court appearance. Police say that shortly after her release, they were summoned back to the Robbins Court residence where police found Papazoglou trying to enter the home. She was found hiding in the garage and arrested again. Papazoglou is charged with disorderly conduct, threatening and violation of conditions of release. Bond was set at $2,500 for court on Feb. 13. Resisting arrest Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Albert Dias, 27, of Trumbull on Feb. 12 after he returned to his former place of employment after being terminated. Police say they received a complaint on Jan. 6 that Dias was on the property of Schick 8 Leighton Road after his employment was terminated and he was warned not to return. On that day he was stopped as he was leaving the property and arrested for multiple charges of interfering and resisting arrest. He was treated at Milford Hospital for injuries and a search warrant was obtained for his medical records. The records revealed that he was under the influence of cocaine on the day of the incident and an arrest warrant was issued. Diaz is charged with interfering with police, resisting arrest and driving while intoxicated. He was held on a $2,500 bond at the time of his arrest. Burglary Police arrested a Milford man on a warrant Feb. 14 for allegedly breaking into the Redwood Restaurant in June and stealing money, food and alcohol. Vincent Brazeau, 47, of Boylston Street, was charged with burglary, larceny and criminal mischief. Police said they received a complaint June 17 about the burglary at the Naugatuck Avenue restaurant. According to a report, Brazeau broke into the building and stole the money and items. He was released on a promise to appear in court March 10. Rental car theft Milford police issued an arrest warrant for Steven Mark Shapiro, 62, of Southbury on Feb. 13 after he failed to return two cars he had rented from Enterprise Rental in July 2014. Police say that Shapiro rented the cars from the Enterprise Rental agency on Bridgeport Avenue and failed to return the vehicles when the contract expired in September of 2014. According to police, Shapiro \u00a0 also did not make payment for the vehicles. Shapiro is charged with two counts of second-degree larceny. He was released on a promise to appear in court on March 10. Protective order Milford police arrested Reuben Lewis, 56, of Milford on Feb. 14 after they received a complaint of a disturbance outside a home on Avon Street. Investigation led to the arrest of Lewis who was in violation of a court issued protective order at the time of his arrest. Lewis is charged with violation of protective order. He was held on a $5,000 bond at the time of his arrest. Assault Milford police arrested two residents during a domestic dispute on Feb. 15 after they received a complaint of a disturbance in a home on Bridgeport Avenue. Investigation led to the arrest of Jolando Acevedo, 51, of Milford who is accused of striking Francisco Negron-Quiles, 41, of Milford in the face during an argument. Police accuse Negron-Quiles of shoving Acevedo. Acevedo is charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct. Negron-Quiles is charged with disorderly conduct. Both are scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 17.