Police log: Dirty dishes, love triangle hit and run, and JC Penny thief
The Trumbull Police Department made the following arrests between Tuesday, Oct. 6 and Monday, Oct. 12:
Dirty dishes leads to assault charge
A Trumbull woman was arrested for breach of peace in the second degree and assault in the third degree at the Avalon Gates apartment complex at 8:21 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10.
Police said Luisa Young, 26, was locked out of her apartment by her boyfriend after a verbal disagreement over uncleaned dishes in the couple’s kitchen.
According to a report, the confrontation got physical when Young hit her boyfriend in the head and caused a small laceration behind his ear.
Police said the man didn’t want to press charges and that he was uncooperative with responding officers but Young was still arrested because of the injuries.
She was processed and released on a $1,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Hit and run
An Oxford man was arrested for reckless driving, evading the scene of a crime, and assault in the first degree on Sylvan Avenue around 11:40 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Police said Kurt Scianna, 45, hit the ex-boyfriend of his current girlfriend with his car and drove off, leaving the victim with several injuries.
According to a report, the ex-boyfriend lives on Sylvan Avenue and was fixing the girlfriend’s Mercedes when Scianna and the woman arrived at his home.
He told them the car wasn’t ready yet, and that’s when Scianna and the woman got back in Scianna’s vehicle, police said.
Scianna turned around on the dead-end road and on his way back up toward the home hit the victim, who was standing near the roadway, according to the report.
Police took a statement from the victim from the hospital and were able to track down Scianna and arrest him.
He was processed and released on a $2,500 bond and was scheduled to appear in court Friday, Oct. 16.
315 items stolen from JCPenny
A Bridgeport man was arrested for criminal trespassing in the first degree and larceny in the third and sixth degree at the Trumbull Police Department at 1:54 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 8.
Police said Victor Diaz, 25, was picked up by Stamford police who noticed that there was an outstanding warrant for his arrest in Trumbull for shoplifting.
According to a report, Diaz stole 315 items from JCPenny at the Westfield Trumbull mall that were estimated at $9,917 on Aug. 11.
A few weeks later, on Aug. 29, Diaz was observed by mall security stealing a leather jacket from Express that was estimated to cost $228.
Diaz had previously been banned from the mall prior to these incidents and was in direct violation of that court order when he committed the respective larcenies.
Police said he is suspected of being part of a shoplifting ring that steals high-end clothes.
The report said Diaz was picked up in Stamford for shoplifting.
He was held on a $35,000 bond and appeared in court on Friday, Oct. 9.
Credit card theft at Lord & Taylor
A Bridgeport woman was arrested for three counts of illegal use of a credit card, credit card theft, and two counts of larceny at the Trumbull Police Department at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8.
Police said Geralda Francilme, 21, was picked up by Darien police who noticed there was an outstanding warrant for her arrest in Trumbull for credit card theft.
According to a report, Francilme was working at Lord & Taylor on Jan. 14 when she stole $100 from the purse of a co-worker and then stole a credit card from the purse of another co-worker.
The two employees complained about the thefts and the store’s loss prevention department did an investigation that resulted in Francilme being observed on surveillance stealing the money and the credit card.
Police said that she purchased $400 worth of goods from three separate stores in the Westfield Trumbull mall, resulting in her three counts of illegal use of a credit card.
She confessed to using the card to make the purchases and stealing the money when she was brought into police headquarters.
She was processed and released with a promise to appear in court. She is scheduled to appear Monday, Oct. 19.