report the following arrests:
THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT, BREACH OF PEACE — On March 12, a victim drove to headquarters and told about a domestic dispute with her live-in boyfriend, Carl Bolton, 24, of Ridgefield Drive. He grabbed her by the shirt, dragged her around the house and kicked her in the head, back and side. Police say she was bruised and had pain in her left ear. He admitted to dragging her and breaking her cell phone. He told officers he was upset she invited a friend over who brought her drugs.
FAILURE TO REGISTER AS NON-VIOLENT SEX OFFENDER, AND OFFENSE AGAINST MINOR OUTSIDE CONNECTICUT — On March 12 at 6 p.m., Joseph Muraca, 49, of George Street turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.
THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT — On March 11 at 11:15 p.m., police served a warrant on Husam-Aldin S. Muhammed, 40, of Main Street.
THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT, SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — On March 10 at 10:54 p.m., Glenn B. Sherman, 45, of Dora Drive was at the scene of a 911 hang-up when the caller told police Sherman had thrown her to the ground then left in Jeep Cherokee. Officers stopped the car and he told them he was drunk. He said earlier he and his wife got into an argument and as he tried to leave, she was blocking the door so he pushed past her and she fell down. After, she hit him in the nose, the report says. The wife, Kimberly Sherman, 42, who had fresh cuts on both knees, police say, said he grabbed the phone from her hand and threw it. She was arrested for disorderly conduct; Glenn for the above.
FAILURE TO RESPOND, SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On March 10 at 6:30 p.m., Bob’s Store called about a shoplifter. Security told police he had seen Stephanie Pesino, 23, of LaBella Circle take items, go into the fitting room and come outside with the backpack then left the store with $54.96 in merchandise. She admitted doing so, police say. She was found with an outstanding warrant from Meriden.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On March 9 at 9:10 a.m. police responded to a disturbance in front of Bank of America on Main Street between a man and woman, Joseph Lineberry, 32, of Road Main Street, Durham, and Lindsay DiCiccio, 28, of Road Main Street, Durham, pushing and shoving each other. DiCiccio said they live together, have not been getting along and have a 9-month-old son together and they were splitting up and he followed her to take the child but she drove to Middletown. She said he followed her and took the child and put him in his truck, the report says. Lineberry said she was taking the child to a hotel and he didn’t want that. They both were arrested.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER — On March 9 at 6:18 p.m., Herman Cameron, 35, of Frazier Avenue was at an apartment on Rapallo Avenue where the landlord had complained of loud music. He said he knows the tenant has a protective order, went to the door, Cameron opened it, then shut it in his face.
SECOND-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF — On Feb. 28 at 10:39 p.m., David J. Franklin, 22, of Main Street argued with his brother on South Main Street and, police say, slashed the rear tires of his brother’s car with a key while leaving his house, causing $300 of damage.