Naugatuck Police have arrested a man and woman who were involved in a domestic dispute in front of the Naugatuck Police Department in which a local officer was injured while trying to intervene.
Emily Love, 18, of 122 High St., and Andrice Savage, 24, of 121 Downes St., Waterbury, were arguing inside a car. When Savage got out of the car, Love drove away with the passenger door still open and the door struck Savage, police said.
Officer Nick Kehoss went outside with another officer to talk to the duo but Love drove away when she saw them come. and seriously injured his ankle.
Love was charged with breach of peace and reckless endangerment, while Savage was charged with breach of peace.
The Southbury Resident Trooper’s Office was holding an arrest warrant for a man in Naugatuck accused of following his ex-girlfriend, who was a passenger in a vehicle, home after she left her job, police said.
While following his ex-girlfriend, Frederick Booth, 46, of 66 Hillside Road, Naugatuck, was charged with breach of peace, second-degree reckless endangerment, third-degree stalking, reckless driving and other motor vehicle infractions.
He was released on a $2,500 bond. His case was continued to next month at Waterbury Superior Court.
Raffaelo Liguori, 38, of 101 Madeline Ave., Waterbury, was charged with second-degree threatening after he threatened his ex-girlfriend, who is from Naugatuck, over the phone.
A juvenile was arrested for second-degree criminal mischief after she spray-painted the names of rock bands on the playground at Hop Brook School.
Joshua Rivera, 19, of 10 Anderson St., Naugatuck, was charged with disorderly conduct after he threw a cell phone at his mother and pushed her, according to a police report.
William Zuraitis, 48, of 163 Meadow St., Naugatuck, was charged with disorderly conduct after grabbing his girlfriend by her arms, causing abrasions and scratches, according to a police report.
Mark Ferry, 54, of 65 Balance Rock Road, Seymour, was charged with two counts of second-degree failure to appear.
Editor's Note: An arrest does not equal a conviction. Those arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.