A Bridgeport woman was arrested for breach of peace in the second degree and threatening in the second degree at Trumbull police headquarters around 7:40 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29.

Police said Kirsys Pachero, 40, took her daughter to a dentist appointment in Trumbull Monday, Dec. 28, but arrived late and was told by the office’s receptionist that they would have to reschedule for a later date.

According to a report, Pachero and her 17-year-old daughter became irate and yelled at the receptionist before throwing magnets and other items at her.

Police said Pachero demanded to speak to the receptionist’s supervisor, the office manager, and continued to berate the supervisor when he appeared.

The report added that the mother and daughter also threatened the manager, saying that they would retaliate against the office and its employees.

Trumbull police were called but Pachero left the scene with the juvenile suspect before they arrived.

Police took statements from the employees and issued a warrant for Pachero and the juvenile. According to police, the mother and daughter returned to the dentist office later in the day and ran past the front desk, pushing the office manager into a consultation room, where they continued to yell at him and threaten him with statements like “You’re going to get it.”

Pachero turned herself in on the warrant the following morning and was released on a $35,000 bond. Her daughter was issued a juvenile summons for breach of peace.

Pachero is scheduled to appear in court Monday, Jan. 11.