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Meriden Police Blotter: Oct. 25-27

The information provided by the Meriden Police Department represents charges filed and arrests made, not convictions.

 

Thursday, Oct. 25

Pamela Caruso, 27, of 570 Chamberlain Highway; no insurance, failure to maintain safe distance apart

Eric Johnson, 31, of 20 Pine Street; possession of narcotics, possession with intent to distribute, conspiracy possession, risk of injury, possession paraphernalia and drugs near school zone

Jesus Tavarez, 19, of 76 Arch Parkway; failure to have tint sticker, operating without a license

Lennox A. Powell, 50, of 818 Blackstone Village; violation of a protective order

Jose Delvillar, 23, of 594 East Main Street; sale of narcotics, possession of narcotics, sale of narcotics in school zone, conspiracy to commit sale of narcotics, conspiracy to commit possession of narcotics, conspiracy to commit sale of narcotics in school zone, violation of protective order

Friday, Oct. 26

Mark Brangiero, 36, of 184 Elm Street; operating unregistered motor vehicle

Bickie Vitale, 50, of 680 Old Colony Road; no insurance

Katherine Cardillo, 50, of 51 Surrey Drive; driving under the influence

Carlos Cruz, 23, of 80 Hanover Street; operating suspended license, operating unregistered, no insurance, misuse of marker plate, public disturbance

Gracyann Borrero, 20, of 60 Peacock Drive; disorderly conduct

Julio Braco, 45, of 76 North First Street; possession of narcotics, sale of illegal drugs in a prohibited place

Mustapha Nmoob, 22, of 340 C Charter Oak Street, Manchester; failure to appear

Marcelino Aguilar, 35, of 154 Bunker Ave.; misuse of plate, unregistered motor vehicle, no insurance

Jorge Malave, 35, of 111 Waddell Street, Manchester; threatening

Noel Malave, 28, of 90 Warren Street; assault, breach of peace

Shareese Dennis, 41, of 1102 East Main Street; larceny, forgery

Jeritt Woodruff, 22, of 21 Catlin Street; criminal trover, larceny

David Alan Jaquiery, 49, of 996 North Colony Road; breach of peace

Thomas Falkowski, 19, of 132 Atkins Street; disorderly conduct, assault

Saturday, Oct. 27

Matthew P. Marcantonio, 29, of 112 View Street; assault, strangulation, disorderly conduct

Rebecca E. Young, 24, of 112 View Street; assault, disorderly conduct

Malik Wright, 18, of 407 Center Street; breach of peace

Anthony Bonanzinga, 61, of 94 Albany Drive; reckless driving, driving under the influence, failure to maintain lane

Kevin J. Perez, 18, of 100 Village Lane; misuse of marker plate, no insurance, unregistered motor vehicle, no license

Bruce Steinhause, 55, of 162 1/2 West Main Street; no insurance, operating with suspended license, operating unregistered motor vehicle, failure to drive in proper lane

Lazaro Perez, 29, of 67 Olive Street; operating unregistered motor vehicle

Antonio Hernandez, 43, of 583 Broad Street; driving under the influence, evading responsibility, following too closely, operating without license

Terrell McLaurin, 18, of 640 Howard Ave., New Haven; breach of peace, disorderly conduct

Jamie Forbotnick, 43, of 117 Carter Ave. Ext.; curfew violation

Tyeasha Montgomery, 37, of  88 Spring Street; curfew violation

Herzovet October 29, 2012 at 05:59 PM
The persons listed for curfew violation were certainly not 'teens' - were they charged for allowing their children out after the designated curfew hours?
Mark October 29, 2012 at 11:34 PM
I believe that is how it is enforced Ernie. The teens are verbally reprimanded (Possibly DCF is notified? Uncertain.) and the parents are fined..It seems like an effective deterrent.
Herzovet October 30, 2012 at 12:40 AM
Mark, thanks for the clarification!
Herzovet October 30, 2012 at 03:29 AM
Just another thought - I don't know how many times I have driven through downtown Meriden late in the evening 10-11ish and have noticed entire families, with youngsters ranging in age from infants, toddlers, elementary school age and teens walking somewhere, I presume home at that time of night.....what's up with that? Is that violating curfew? Sometimes it seems the parents are of curfew age! Hmmm!
Mark October 30, 2012 at 04:03 AM
Ernie I think that is a Cultural thing, it's common in other countries that many of these folk hail from to be out and about more than inside or in their own yard. I have no problem with that if everyone plays nice and respects others property and right to co-exist as well. I believe the curfew applies only if a person is under 18 not on their way from work or without a guardian or parent/adult. But really I think the police can use their own discretion in applying it. If the kid is running to the store for a loaf of bread and not in a giant group being loud and obnoxious they tend to allow it.

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