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Milford Woman Charged with Harassing Minors

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40-year-old Johanna Gonzalez 40-year-old Johanna Gonzalez
 MILFORD, Del. - Authorities say a Milford woman faces harassment charges after they say she kept harassing kids at a school bus stop.

Milford Police say 40-year-old Johanna Gonzalez was arrested for an incident that happened on Monday in the 100 block of Montgomery Street. Police say Gonzalez got into a verbal dispute with some minors and continued harassing them. Police say Gonzalez threatened to harm one of the kids at their school's bus stop the next day.

Through an investigation, police say they learned that Gonzalez had already been arrested and charged in an incident involving the same kids in June and had been issued a no contact order. Gonzalez was charged with harassment and breach of release, which is a violation of a no contact order according to police.

Police say Gonzalez was arraigned and committed to WCI in default of $1,050 secured bond.

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