report the following incidents:
SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — On April 16 at 1:55 a.m., a car stopped by officers at Washington and Newfield streets had a passenger, Chastity Ortiz, 27, of Main Street, Meriden, with an outstanding warrant.
THIRD-DEGREE IDENTITY THEFT, THIRD-DEGREE FORGERY, SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On April 16 at 1 a.m., Edlyn Fuller, 44, of Main Street was seen by police standing on the corner of Main and Liberty streets with an outstanding warrant.
OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN REGISTRATION IS SUSPENDED — On April 15, Yakeima D. Blake, 37, of Center Street, Meriden, was driving a Mitsubishi Galant on High Street.
SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — On April 15, Kelly Nowotynski, 25, of Grove Street was at the Athenian Diner on Washington Street and threw items at another table, witnesses said. She was visibly drunk, police say, and smelled of alcohol, and insulted cops, calling them swears and “rookie.” While seated outside, she refused to go with officers and one took her arm, to which she yelled, “let go of my [expletive] arm!”
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On April 15 at 6:25 p.m., police were called to Stop & Shop on East Main Street for a shoplifter. David R. Short, 55, of Newbury Street, Peabody, Mass., was seen by store security pick up a $19.99 box of Mucinex (chest congestion reliever) and an $18.99 box of Oscillococcinum (a homeopathic alternative flu medicine) and put both in his shorts pockets then leave the store without paying, the report says.
SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — On April 15 at 5:35 p.m., Jamere D. Jackson, 21, of Norfolk Street was driving a Nissan Maxima on High Street with a cracked windshield and front license plate on the dashboard. The officer followed him onto South Main Street and pulled him over on an outstanding warrant.
THIRD-DEGREE TRESPASS, SECOND-DEGREE BURGLARY, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT, TWO COUNTS DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On April 15, Edward Hawksley, 34, of Round Hill Road was at the home of his ex-wife on Highmeadow after midnight, stayed for several hours and became belligerent toward her and her friend, the report says. He refused to leave, followed her into the bedroom and threw two objects at, cutting her lip, which bled profusely, and hitting her head, officers report. He returned 20 minutes later and forced his way into the house, forcing the victim to lock herself in her room, police say.
SECOND-DEGREE THREATENING, TWO COUNTS ASSAULT PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER, INTERFERING WITH OFFICER, BREACH OF PEACE — On April 14, Franswa Noland, 18, of Grand Street was asked by police to stop yelling and swearing outside her girlfriend’s house on Military Road, when she allegedly jumped the officer and tried to punch him. In the cruiser, police say, she yelled and swore at the victim, saying her family would come down and “kick [the victim’s] expletive.” She managed to free her hand from the cuffs to get a cell phone, the report says, and then bit the officer on his upper arm. Noland’s mother tried to speak to her but was sworn at in return, the report says.