Dispute Between Stamford Couple Over Baby Leads To One Arrest

The Stamford police blotter for Feb. 21-Feb. 22. All information is supplied by the Stamford Police Department and does not include convictions.

Subrina Foster, 24, 100 Lafayette St., Stamford, was arrested at 1:19 a.m. on Wednesday and charged with risk of injury to a child and disorderly conduct.

According to SPD's arrest report, Foster was arrested following an argument with her boyfriend, in regards to their baby's sleeping in a crib Foster described to police as having dirty sheets vs. the couple's own bed. The argument allegedly escalated until Foster's boyfriend locked himself in his room with their baby.

"Subrina stated she then took a screwdriver and began attempting to pry the bedroom door open with it," Foster's arrest report reads. Foster's boyfriend, who called police while locked in the bedroom, reported that Foster had actually gotten a knife from the kitchen during their dispute, but did not threaten him with it, and was using it to pry the door open.

Police did not find the screwdriver upon arrival at Foster's residence, but did find a knife with a 8" long serrated blade which was "bent at the tip", laying in the kitchen.

Foster was placed under arrest without incident, and is currently out on bond.

Fitzroy Lyle, 39 Hillcrest Ave., Stamford, was arrested Wednesday and charged with second degree breach of peace and resisting an officer.

Wilfredo Rivera, 20, 115 Touraine St., Port Chester, NY, was arrested in Stamford on Wednesday and charged with possession of a controlled substance, and sale of a controlled substance.

Pedro H. Zapata, 55, 72 Myrtle Ave., Stamford, was arrested on Tuesday and charged with second degree threatening.


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