A Milford woman employed as a cafeteria worker at was arrested by warrant Thursday for allegedly assaulting a student, according to police.
The arrest stems from an Oct. 20 incident at the school in which five students were issued summonses for breach of peace after police responded to a report of a disturbance at the 10 Landsdale Avenue campus. An investigation revealed that Joy Alves, 35, was working as a cafeteria worker that day when she allegedly approached a group of students and struck one of the kids in the face, police said.
The assaulted student's parents requested police arrest Alves, according to police.
Alves was charged with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault. Her bond was set at $500 and she is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 24.