A Bristol police response to a report of a “suicidal female” on Monday, Jan. 13, led to the arrest of a Bristol man, 40, last Saturday, Jan. 18, after a search of his apartment. He was charged with for video voyeurism and soliciting a woman to commit a crime.
Milton C. Cabral, of 2 Chilton St., was charged with the two felonies soon after police officers searched his home with a warrant. The search resulted from their response to a Bristol home in which there was a report of a juvenile female yelling and screaming.
The homeowner did not know who called the police. But the girl could still be heard upstairs yelling and screaming. When she noticed the police officers, she threw her phone onto a kitchen table, according to the arrest report and began “jumping in place and shaking her arms.”
Police officers asked her why she wanted to harm herself. She said Cabral allegedly sent her inappropriate text messages and photos. She had deleted the texts but photographed the photos with her iPad.
She also told police that Cabral asked her to pose nude for money, which she refused. He then allegedly told her that she didn’t have to take off her clothes, but he wanted her help in posing another naked female so he could sell the photos, according to the police report.
Cabral allegedly said he would double the woman’s dose of medication so she would be passed out when the nude photos were taken.
As a result of the search warrant, police seized Cabral's Samsung cell phone, which reportedly had several photos of a female posing naked with two other unidentified men. Police also found “a medium sized mason jar with baggies of marijuana, an SD card, USB device, an "Acid Cigar" and a piece of plan white paper with body measurements.
Cabral was taken to Sixth District Court to be arraigned on Tuesday, Jan. 21. He was released on personal recognizance with a date to return to court in April.