Trumbull Cops: Man Stalked Woman

Recent arrests by Trumbull Police.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Trumbull Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

Man Allegedly Followed Woman

Stephen J. Antal, 66, of Bear Den Road, is charged with third-degree stalking because he allegedly followed a woman he found "attractive."

Police said Antal followed a woman around town and to her home in his car before she drove to Police Headquarters. She also took down his license plate number and called 911, police said.

He reportedly told officers he followed her "because she was an attractive woman."

Antal was released on a written promise to appear in court.

She Should Have Stayed Away from the Mall

A Bridgeport woman is accused of entering the Westfield Trumbull Mall, from which she had been banned.

Tanazsia Miles, 18, of Remington Street, is charged with first-degree criminal trespass and was later charged by 2012 warrant with violating probation.

Her bond was set at $1,500 for the trespassing charge and $5,000 for the probation charge.

Sibling Fight Leads to Arrest

Michael C. Malisory, 55, of Killian Avenue, Trumbull, is charged with interfering with a 911 call and disorderly conduct.

Police said Malisory and his brother fought and Malisory took his brother's phone when he tried to call 911. He threw the phone to the ground and the battery fell out, police said.

His bond was set at $500.

Controlled Substance Arrest

Roberty D. Crowther, 27, of Hill Street, Seymour, is charged with possession of a controlled substance.

Police said Crowther was in a car that police stopped and had half a pill of Suboxone in his pocket.

His bond was set at $500.

The following arrest information was supplied by the Trumbull Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

Gmoney April 14, 2013 at 08:55 PM
Police arresting someone for suboxone... a half of one pill at that... is disgusting!!! This is NOT a recreational drug, it is a drug used to ween people off of opiate withdrawal! It cannot get you high and in fact blocks the body's ability to receive opiates to the nervous system. This drug should be GIVEN OUT like candy or condoms, to opiate dependent or addicted individuals. This kind of authoritarian, mindless police action does nothing but extend the problems the drug war causes, and SOLVES NOTHING! SHAME on Seymour PD, pathetic rookie cop quota type BS! SHAME on the State of CT, & the DEA, Justice Dept. & Federal government, for continuing to knowingly allow this charade of a "drug war" to continue while non-violent, medically dependent indivduals are imprisoned & fined, so they may continue to feed the monster that is the corruption in our government & law enforcement today... The DEA keeps suboxone under heavy control, otherwise opiate addicts the world over would be getting clean... And there would go their corrupt black-market profits!
DS April 24, 2013 at 11:57 AM
Are you the drug adict jack-A** that was busted ?


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