The following arrests were reported by the between March 16 to 25.
NON-STUDENT POSSESSING DRUGS NEAR SCHOOL, DRUG PARAPHERNALIA WITH LESS THAN HALF-OUNCE CANNABIS, FAILURE TO DISPLAY PLATES, FAILURE TO HAVE TAIL LAMPS, POSSESSION NARCOTICS — On March 16 at 9:56 p.m., Richard K. Valentin Jr., 23, of Fernwood Drive, Rocky Hill, was driving a Chevrolet Malibu on Silver Street without a front plate and rear plate not illuminated. Police say he was sweating profusely, nervous, stammering and had trembling hands. The officer found two pipes, a baggie with .9 grams marijuana residue and a baggie with .7 grams of cocaine residue.
POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO SELL, POSSESSION OF HALLUCINOGEN >4OZ, SALE OF CERTAIN ILLEGAL DRUGS and USE OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA - Gregory J. Paholsky, 20, of 330 Old Main St., Rocky Hill
SECOND-DEGREE FALSE STATEMENT - Aaron A. Borchetta, 31, of 968 Hanover Road, Meriden
RECKLESS DRIVING, EVADING RESPONSIBILITY and FAILURE TO IN PROPER LANE - William F. Petrey, 31, of 127 Paley Farm Rd., Portland
EVADING RESPONSIBILITY, FAILURE TO IN PROPER LANE and ILLEGAL OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT MINIMUM INSURANCE - Matthew T. Horn, 27, of 163 S. Whitney St., Hartford
SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE - Russell C. Tyszka, 52, of 11 Burnside Ave., East Hartford