Newington police blotter

Published on Tuesday, 10 April 2018 18:09
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Tawana Edwards, 27, of 191 Linwood St., New Britain, was charged April 5 with sixth degree larceny.

Yarelis Santana, 27, of 210 Overlook Ave., New Britain, was charged April 5 with sixth degree larceny.

William Gardner, 52, of 766 Willard Ave., Newington, was charged April 5 with breach of peace.

Antoine Kerr, 22, of 14 Glenwood St., Manchester, was charged April 6 with third degree conspiracy to commit larceny, third degree criminal attempt to commit larceny and two counts of second degree forgery.

Nathan Tomolonius, 26, of 55 Audubon Ave., Newington, was charged April 6 with disorderly conduct and second degree unlawful restraint.

William McAllister, 22, of 1002 Summer Hill Drive, South Windsor, was charged April 9 with driving under the influence.

Ledbetter Baskerville, 29, of 494 Laurel Hill Road, Norwich, was charged April 9 with second degree criminal mischief.

Roberto Alicea, 26, of 38 Dewey St., New Britain, was charged April 9 with three counts of operating an unregistered motor vehicle, three counts of reckless driving and one count of reckless endangerment.

Edison Glenn, 40, of 718 Church St., Newington, was charged April 9 with first degree criminal trespassing, breach of peace, and first degree threatening.

Darryl Hurst, 30, of 50 Pond St., Ludlow, Mass., was charged April 9 with sixth degree larceny and illegal possession of a shoplifting device.

John Rodriguez, 66, of 123 Rock Hole Lane, Newington, was charged April 9 with disorderly conduct.

Osvaldo Rodriguez, 25, of 157 Clark St., New Britain, was charged April 9 with improper use of marker plates, misuse of market plates and sixth degree larceny.

Stephen Fielding, 27, of 34 Tankeroosen Road, Vernon, was charged April 10 with reckless endangerment.

Marcello Manuele, 53, of 86 Theodore St., Newington, was charged April 10 with two counts of disorderly conduct, two counts of third degree assault, third degree strangulation, and first and second degree unlawful restraint.

Lee Pierpont, 61, of 31 Butternut Lane, Newington, was charged April 10 with evading, driving under the influence, failure to drive in the proper lane, and failure to insure motor vehicle.



Posted in Newington Town Crier, Newington News on Tuesday, 10 April 2018 18:09. Updated: Tuesday, 10 April 2018 18:11.