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PD: Haddam Woman Pinched Socks, Coke, Tissues From Hospital

Middletown Police say a 47-year-old stole an eclectic mix of items from Middlesex.

 

report the following arrests:

OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED AND UNREGISTERED — On April 19 at 6 p.m., Alonzo Hamilton, 19, of Princeton Street, Hartford, was driving an Infinity on Washington Street without a front plate. He was stopped by police on the Route 17 connector.

EVADING RESPONSIBILITY — On April 18 at 7:30 p.m., Kristin Rose, 30, of Stony Creek, Branford, turned herself in on an outstanding warrant.

SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM, ILLEGAL OPERATION UNDER SUSPENSION, IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE, OPERATION UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE — On April 18 at 10:07 a.m., Matthew P. Shreder, 27, of George Street was driving a Chevrolet Camaro on Washington Street with only one marker plate. He was stopped by police on the Middlefield line. He was found with an outstanding warrant from Wolcott.

USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT PERMISSION, OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHILE LICENSE IS SUSPENDED, SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — On April 17 at 1 p.m., Aime St. Amand, 29, of Beverly Heights, was seen by police loitering at the corner of Main and Liberty streets. She was found with an outstanding warrant from Connecticut State Police Troop E.

DUI, DISOBEYING OFFICER’S SIGNAL IN MOTOR VEHICLE, POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, RECKLESS DRIVING, INTERFERING WITH AN OFFICER, ENGAGING POLICE IN PURSUIT — On April 14 at 1:20 a.m., police responded to a disturbance at Mezzo Grille on Court Street and saw a Chevrolet Equinox SUV speed away from the area, not stopping at the intersection, and almost hit the police cruiser. It sped away on Harbor Drive to East Main Street, police say, and onto Main Street, where it stopped. The driver, Cornelius Moore, 29, of Woodbury Circle, resisted arrest and was Tased, but the report says, he is over 6 feet tall and about 260 pounds so he still struggled. Moore smelled heavily of alcohol and was unsteady on his feet, staggering. Inside, officers found an empty Svedka Vodka bottle and six-pack of Stella Artois beer with two left. Two baggies with 7.6 grams of marijuana was found. The report says a breathalyzer test was .204 blood alcohol content and 16 minutes later registered a .199 BAC.

INTERFERING WITH OFFICER, POSSESSION NARCOTICS, NON-STUDENT POSSESSING DRUGS NEAR SCHOOL — On April 12 at 11:32 p.m., police were in front of the Hair of the Dog Saloon on Main Street and smelled marijuana. A Dodge Magnum was parked down the street, the report says, with the lights off and engine running and three people inside. The 32-year-old front passenger, Diana Curtis, 32, of Summerhill Road, put her head down when officers approached and the driver, Jermaine Dozier, 37, of Pomeroy Avenue, put his head back, trying to conceal it, officers say. The report says there was marijuana smoke billowing inside the car. When police asked him to open the window, Dozier refused and started slowly driving away. He actively resisted arrest and a search revealed 6.3 grams of marijuana, an Oxycontin pill, a stun gun. The passenger said the gun was hers.  Curtis was charged with carrying a dangerous weapon; Dozier for the above.

DUI, OPERATION UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE, FALURE TO HAVE STOP LAMPS, ILLEGAL OPERATION UNDER SUSPENSION — On April 12 at 9:35 p.m., James G. Malone, 46, of Main Street was driving a Cadillac Deville on High Street with a brake light out. When stopped, police say he had slurred speech, glassy and bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol — he said he had two beers and was coming from the Eagles Club, the report says. He failed a sobriety test, with a blood alcohol level of .170 and a second was .215

SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On April 11 at 6:13 p.m., Ivy Maroney, 47, of Bamfourth Road, Haddam, was at Middlesex Hospital and admitted stealing a 20 ounce bottle of Coca Cola, two pairs of socks and five boxes of tissue.

POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, NARCOTICS NOT KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER — On April 7 at 9:56 p.m., Tiffany L. Harrington, 29, of East Barre, Vermont, was a passenger in a Ford Focus on Grand Street parked in a no-parking zone from which police smelled marijuana. The report says police saw Harrington stuff something under her rear end, a baggie with three methadone pills and a search revealed to partially burnt marijuana cigarettes. At headquarters, the report says, Harrington told police she recently had surgery to her face and ran out of pain medication and her husband gave her the Methadone but she thought it was a regular pain killer.

ILLEGAL OPERATION UNDER SUSPENSION, INTERFERING WITH AN OFFICER, DRUG PARAPHERNALIA WITH LESS THAN A HALF-OUNCE MARIJUANA — On April 6, police stopped a car on the Route 17 connector with two men inside found with large amounts of cash and the car smelled of alcohol. Both men said they were on the way to Denny’s to meet Elizabeth A. Henault, 22, of Terp Road, East Hampton. She was found parked in a Toyota Celica at Denny’s, the report says. She told police she was meeting a friend. Police asked for the friend’s number and say Henault began shaking uncontrollably, pretending to scroll through the phone, but officers say, she appeared to be texting someone not to come to Denny’s. She refused to leave the car and resisted arrest by swearing, yelling, and moving around. She admitted to be meeting a friend to pay him back, the report says, and handed officers a bank card with white crushed residue on it. Police saw a large sum of money in her purse, found a folding knife and bottle of Oxycodone filled four days before for 120 but was empty. The report says officers found a $100 bill and other papers rolled up with white residue on them.

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