Cops: Meriden Man Arrested After 'Flipping Out' at Subway

Middletown Police report the following arrests:

VIOLATION OF CONDITIONS OF RELEASE — On July 1, Anthony Simonelli, 53, of Washington Street made threatening phone calls to a woman who had a protective order against him. He was previously convicted of breach of peace, disorderly conduct, third-degree assault and violation of protective order.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On July 1, Maria L. Bermudez, 42, of Plaza Drive was at the scene of a domestic with her son, Troy Bonvouloir, 18. Witnesses said the son was fighting over prom pictures she paid for and saw them “run at each other, grab each other and start punching each other.” She admitted punching her son once in the face and he to punching her after she yelled at the girlfriend. Both were arrested.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On July 1, Frank A. Accaprio, 48, of Barn Hill Road, Newington, was charged with disorderly conduct.

FAILURE TO RESPOND — On June 30, James A. Laird, 27, of Miles Avenue was at the scene of a domestic and found with an outstanding warrant stemming from a Sept. 23, 2010, incident on Cross Street.

SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On June 30, Lonnie D. Ellison, 32, of Gravel Street, Meriden, was at Subway on Main Street when an employee said he got a sandwich then complained loudly about the price and that she was being rude. He paid for it and sat at a table. When leaving another patron gave him a drink cup and he filled it up despite her saying he had to pay for it. He “flipped out” and began swearing at her and said she was a racist. He was seen by police yelling and being uncooperative and aggressive.

SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY, THIRD- and FIRST-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF — On June 30, a victim said his landlord, Alan M. Sashuk, 56, of Glendale Avenue, showed up on his property the day before with his trailer and plugged it into his electrical outlet, so police arrested him, sent him to detox and told him to stay off the property. The victim said his dog run was broken from Sashuk driving over it.

INSUFFICIENT INSURANCE, OPERATING UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE, UNSAFE BACKING — On June 25, Cyril Gaynor, 40, of Saybrook Road was at TD Bank on Washington Street on the report of a car accident without injuries. Gaynor said he pulled up to the parking lot exit, realized he was too far out in the street and pulled back, when he hit another car.

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