A Fairfield County man has been arrested for allegedly beating a pregnant woman and then returning and threatening residents of the home with a gun.
Movado Bromley, age 18, of Bridgeport, was arrested by Shelton Police after officers were dispatched to a home on Kneen Street for a report of a physical dispute.
When officers arrived on the scene they encountered Bromley engaged in a physical fight with a woman at the residence, said Shelton Police Det. Chris Nugent.
When he spotted officers he fled from the home and police were unable to locate him following a search, Nugent said.
Several hours later, police were called to the home again on a report that Bromley was back at the residence with a firearm and threatening and threatening individuals inside.
Officers placed Bromley under arrest, and a search of the area turned up a firearm, which witnesses said Bromely had thrown when officers arrived.
EMS was dispatched to the scene, evaluated the victim, who declined further medical treatment on scene.
Bromley was charged with:
- Disorderly conduct;
- Assault on a pregnant woman;
- Three counts of risk of injury to a minor;
- Interfering with police;
- Reckless endangerment;
- Carrying a pistol without a permit;
- Violation of a large-capacity magazine.
He was held on a $250,000 bond.
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