Stratford man charged with breaking into Stamford ex’s apartment
STAMFORD-A Stratford man was arrested for allegedly breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s Stamford apartment early Tuesday morning.
Sgt. Kenneth Jarrett said just before 3 a.m. Tuesday, a woman called police to report that her ex-boyfriend Alfredo Reyes would not leave her apartment.
She said she woke up to find him in her bedroom after he was able to get through her front door. She said she thought he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol because he was acting irrationally.
She asked Reyes, 40, to leave, but he replied that he would never go, Jarrett said.
The woman decided to call police. After becoming angry and getting into an argument and waking their younger son, he fled the apartment but was found quickly by responding officers.
Jarrett said Reyes squared off against the officers and following a small scuffle was taken into custody and charged with second-degree burglary, interfering with police, criminal trespass and risk of injury to a child.
At his arraignment assistant State’s Attorney Elizabeth Moran said Reyes may have been high on the powerful hallucinogen PCP when he went to see his ex-girlfriend. .
Judge John Blawie, he was ordered held in lieu of a $75,000 court appearance bond.