Theft of electronics reported by resident

A Fairfield Beach Road resident returned home early Wednesday to find electronics missing from her home.

The woman flagged down an officer around 3 a.m. and reported that her $300 iPod and $250 BlackBerry Tour cell phone were missing. She said the items disappeared while she was at a party, police said.

Police said no sign of forced entry into the house was evident.

Possessions stolen from car

A car owned by an Osborne Place resident was broken into between 8 p.m. Tuesday and 6 a.m. Wednesday.

Reported missing were a $450 pair of prescription sunglasses, $20 in cash and a wallet holding three credit cards and a driver's license. The intruder reportedly tampered with the car's TomTom GPS, but did not take it.

The owner had left the car's driver-side window open and the doors unlocked, police said.

The police are investigating.

Man attacked in dispute over vandalism

A Milford man allegedly broke into a Longview Avenue home and threw a coffee table at a guest Tuesday, an attack police said was prompted by a dispute over vandalism to his car.

Leon Galemba, 27, of 36 Crescent Drive, was charged with third-

degree burglary, third-

degree assault, third-

degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

Galemba broke through the home's screen door, police said, and then attacked the homeowner and his guest. Galemba threw a coffee table at the guest, cutting the man's finger, police said.

Police said that Galemba's friendship with the homeowner had deteriorated over the past year and that he believed the guest had vandalized his car about six months ago. When Galemba heard the guest was in town, he wanted to beat him up,

police said.

Police listed the screen door's damage at $50 and the coffee table's damage at $200.

Galemba was released on $250 bond and is scheduled to appear June 1 in Bridgeport Superior Court.