MILFORD, DELAWARE (7/23/2015) Four females used a car jack to break a vehicle’s windows and baseball bats to smash windows and a door in an apartment in a domestic dispute at the Brightway Commons complex, Milford police reported Wednesday.
A woman and two teenage girls have been arrested in the incident, which police say happened July 15.
Ciera S. Mosley, 28, of Dover, along with two 17-year-old girls and another unknown female showed up at the home of a 30-year-old woman and began kicking on the door trying to get in while yelling that they were going to kill her, Detective Dwight Young said.
A 29-year-old man also at the apartment had previously been in a relationship with Mosley, Young said.
Mosley and her three companions then went to the parking lot and found the car of the 29-year-old man, which he had borrowed from someone else.
As the four females broke out the vehicle’s windows with a jack, the man came out to try and stop them, Young said, and he was pepper sprayed by one of the females and thrown to the ground.
Mosley and the other three then left but returned with baseball bats and smashed windows in the apartment and struck the door in an attempt to get in, Young said.
A 59-year-old woman from a nearby apartment heard the noise and told Mosley and the others she was calling police.
One of the females pulled the phone from the neighbor’s hand, threw it to the ground and began striking the phone with a baseball bat, Young said.
Mosley was charged with assault, burglary, conspiracy, terroristic threatening, malicious interference with emergency communications, offensive touching and criminal mischief. She was being held at Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution near New Castle in lieu of $21,500 cash bond.
On Tuesday, the two 17-year-old girls, both of Dover, were apprehended by Dover juvenile probation and parole officers and turned over to Milford police, Young said.
They both were charged with assault, attempted burglary, conspiracy, terroristic threatening, malicious interference with emergency communications, offensive touching and criminal mischief. They were being held at Stevenson Detention Center in Milford in lieu of $14,500 secured bond each. One of the teens also was wanted by Kent County Family Court and received an additional $7,000 cash bond.
Young said police are still investigating the incident.