Waterbury PD arrest Seymour Sergeant for disorderly habits, chance of damage in domestic incidient

WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — The Waterbury Police department has arrested Seymour police officer Jonathan Martin Wednesday.

Police say that on Wednesday at 3:13 pm, the Waterbury Police department received a name on the subject of a domestic incident involving Sergeant Jonathan Martin of the Seymour Police department and his spouse on 18 Glenford pressure in Waterbury.

Martin’s spouse stated to police that she and Martin are married and are living together, however claims their marriage and relationship is over. She says Martin went out consuming after his shift and came home at 2:forty five pm and attempted to sexually entice her, however she refused many times and pushed him away.

Martin then allegedly threw a beer can at her and neglected, however ended up hitting a wall and waking up the two infants within the home. An argument took area, by which Martin allegedly grabbed and twisted his spouse’s arm and foot as she attempted to get away him with the infants.

The wife claims she was no longer injured. Martin then seized the electronics in the domestic in order that the sufferer could not contact the police. however, the sufferer became in a position to get ahold of a cell and contact her father, who then called Waterbury PD.

Police arrived at the scene, but Martin refused to conform for some time earlier than at last surrendering to an arrest. Martin, forty, become charged with disorderly conduct and possibility of injury fees.

he’s being held on a $25,000 pending arraignment in courtroom.

Seymour’s Chief of Police Paul Satkowski spoke back to the incident saying, “we are highly dissatisfied via these fresh pursuits.  Sgt. Jonathan Martin’s actions do not signify what we are expecting from our cops.”