He told Dzelic that when he got home he talked to his girlfriend about it and they began to argue, and that he got so upset that he smashed her cell phone, Dzelic wrote.
Dzelic asked Hussey to take him inside the apartment and he did, Dzelic wrote, and inside was a cell phone broken into multiple pieces.
Hussey was then placed under arrest for domestic criminal mischief, Dzelic wrote, and Hussey was taken to the police station and processed.
Bail was set at $5,000 personal recognizance, and Hussey was due in court Jan. 28.
A Bad Day
Officer Scott Fanjoy was sent to a domestic disturbance on North State Street. According to his report, when he arrived he was met by a woman who said her boyfriend, Shaune T. Milligan, 44, came home drunk today, and nothing was going right for him, so he started to trash the house.
The woman said Milligan threw stuff around the house and slammed the kitchen table against the wall, causing the sheetrock to crack and dent, Fanjoy wrote. Officer Steven Martel arrived, Fanjoy wrote, and Fanjoy asked him to speak with the woman while Fanjoy talked to Milligan.
Milligan was sitting on the living room couch, Fanjoy wrote. Fanjoy asked Milligan for his ID and he handed him a bank card with his name on it, Fanjoy wrote.
"I told Milligan he handed me a bank card and he started to argue with me, stating it was his ID," Fanjoy wrote. "Milligan then got up and retrieved his non-driver's ID."
Fanjoy asked Milligan what happened, and he said nothing happened, Fanjoy wrote. He said his girlfriend was blowing everything out of proportion, Fanjoy wrote, but he admitted to throwing things around the house.
"I asked Milligan if he slammed the table into the wall," Fanjoy said. "Milligan said he pushed the table."
"While speaking with Milligan," Fanjoy wrote, "he had a grotesque odor of alcohol coming from his mouth and he was unsteady on his feet."
Martel told Fanjoy that there was a dent in the wall by the kitchen table, Fanjoy wrote, and Milligan was placed under arrest for domestic related criminal mischief. As Fanjoy was placing Milligan into his cruiser, he wrote, he was told that Milligan had a marijuana pipe next to his wallet on the nightstand, and he was told to charge Milligan with possession as well.
Milligan was taken to the police station. Cash bail was set at $5,000, and Milligan said he couldn't make bail, Fanjoy wrote. He was taken to the county jail, and he was due in court the next morning.