One woman was charged Wednesday night after an argument with the suspect's sister allegedly escalated into a physical altercation, Stamford police said Thursday.
According to authorities, officers were dispatched to a home on Leeds St. for reports of a fight after the girls' mother called police. Police arriving on scene entered the home to the sounds of glass breaking and found a male restraining a female on the kitchen floor.
As officers got the female up, the suspect, identified by authorities at Soraya Anjoliyvonne Johnson, 23, of 33 Leeds St., allegedly attempted to attack the 18-year-old victim again.
Officers then physically restrained the woman, police said, and one of the officers suffered a strained shoulder in the incident.
A 3-year-old girl was also present in the home during the altercation.
Johnson was charged with disorderly conduct, interfering with an officer/resisting and risk of injury to a child. Her bond was set at $2,500.
Joseph B. Bramante, 18, of Randall Ave., charged Wednesday night with illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under suspension, failure to insure a private motor vehicle and unsafe movement of a stopped vehicle.
Oscar Leonel Call-Agustin, 40, of Stuart Dr. in Greenwich, charged Wednesday night with failure to drive right, illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs and evading responsibility of a motor vehicle.
Michelle Marie Gonzalez, 26, of Clinton Ave., charged Wednesday night with second-degree failure to appear.
David Jackson, 42, of Stillwater Ave., charged early Wednesday with criminal violation of a restraining order.
John Travis Lee, 40, of Bedford St., charged Wednesday morning with second-degree breach of peace.
Michael Lindsay, 30, unknown, charged Wednesday afternoon with violation of a protective order and third-degree criminal mischief.
Mario Mejia, 38, of Greenwich Ave., charged Wednesday afternoon with sixth-degree larceny and failure to respond to an infraction.
Richardo Sanchez, 36, of Edha Ave. in Bridgeport, charged Wednesday morning with evading responsibility while causing property damage or injury, illegal operation of a motor vehicle without the minimum insurance and failure to drive in the proper lane.