Middletown Police report the following incidents:
FIRST- AND SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — William Freemen, 21, of Twiss Street, Meriden, turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 4:29 p.m., police were called to Thomas Street about an unwanted person. The report says a female victim said she and her 26-year-old son, Tyrell L. Arrington, 26, of Butternut Street, argued over a cell phone he took without permission at 11 a.m. The report says he pushed her out of her room, injuring her back. The woman told officers she no longer wants him to live with her because of his violent tendencies. Arrington told officers he had been staying with his mother for three months to help her with her medical issues and had borrowed the phone with her permission but it fell in his friend's car and she was angry about that. The mother kept yelling at him to leave, the report says, so he grabbed her arms and pushed her out of his room.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 2:49 am., police were called to a home on Rose Circle about a domestic disturbance in which someone had bleach thrown on them, the report says. A man was seen by officers with a red sweatshirt covered in bleach stains and his girlfriend o two years, Crystal Rivera, 30, of Rose Circle were arguing. The report says he packed his belongings to leave, and Rivera was mad, thinking some of the clothes were hers because she bought them for him as a gift. Police say Rivera dumped bleach on his clothes, he knocked her hand and it spilled on her eyes, mouth and body. The reports says Rivera's shirt had bleach marks but not her body.
SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — At 6:11 p.m., police were called to 386 Main Street about a possibly intoxicated person, Frank Murphy, 53, of no certain address. The report says he had an outstanding warrant from State Police Colchester Troop K.
THREATENING, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 8:04 p.m., police were called to Millbrook Road about a verbal and physical domestic called in by Sebastiano Rizzo, 55, of Millbrook Road about his son, police say, whom he wanted out of the house. The report says the son reported Rizzo was yelled at him and threatened to fight him then chased him to his room after asking for gas money, threatening to "take him down." A female witness said Rizzo was drinking vodka and was angry he couldn't find money he was supposed to give her, then chased the son as he described.
THREE COUNTS SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — Robert B. McLellan, 30, of Freestone Avenue, Portland, was found at the scene of an accident with several outstanding warrant, police say (See UPDATE: DUI Factor in Early-Morning Crash That Left 2 Hospitalized).
THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — Police were called about an domestic disturbance on East Main Street and upon arrival found an ambulance crew who said they'd been met at the door by Stewart C. Holley, 55, of East Main Street, who was shirtless, breathing heavily and scratched. The report says Holley admitted he had been drinking and smoking crack earlier in the evening and argued about a cell phone he shared with his nephew. The victim said he had twisted her arm to get the cell phone. Two witnesses, including the nephew, confirmed her story. Holley has 52 prior arrests, including multiple burglaries, DUIs, several breach of peace arrests, threatening, violation of protective orders and assault.
INTERFERING WITH EMERGENCY CALL, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 5:19 p.m., Police were called to Long Hill Road about a husband and wife verbally arguing. The wife, the report says, was standing outside without a jacket or shoes and crying, saying her husband, Daniel M. LePage, 50, of Long Hill Road, had "beaten her up," locked her out and hurt her wrist and head. The report says LePage came home drunk at 4:30 p.m. angry, kicked the door open and smashed a chair into pieces, then swore at her and hit her in the head more than 10 times.
THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT, BREACH OF PEACE — At 6:06 a.m., police were called to an apartment on Rose Circle for a domestic dispute in which the victim told police her boyfriend Anthony T. Kelly, 29, of Bank Street, Waterbury, drank an entire bottle of berry-flavored Exclusive vodka and had assaulted her while trying to initiate sex, the report says. It took place near her 2-year-old son and police say Kelly was swearing and denied hitting her.
ILLEGAL OPERATION UNDER SUSPENSION — A citizen called about a Chevrolet Impala driving erratically on South Main Street by Donald P. Roy, 63, of Fox Run Drive, Wallingford, then parked at the Stop & Go Mart. The report says he appeared confused and admitted he had diabetes but didn't know which type. The report says an open 1.75ml bottle of vodka was found underneath the front seat and his license was suspended since July. Police say he called Tuesday morning asking for his car, and told the officer he has been dealing with "stressful issues" and takes prescription medication and drinks alcohol.
OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE, FAILURE TO DISPLAY PLATES, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM — Robert J. Serrambana, 29, of Sharon Drive, Storrs, was driving on South Main Street with no front plate.
FAILURE TO HAVE HEAD LAMPS, OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE SUSPENDED — Limon Bobat, 28, of Stoney Crest Drive was seen driving on Washington Street with only one headlight. Bobat said he didn't know about the suspension, the report says, but had a ticket from South Windsor Police for the very same charges.
OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE SUSPENDED — At 11:44 a.m., Denelle Clark, 31, of Lincoln Street was driving a Plymouth van on Prospect Street with an unlit brake light. Police say she had no idea her license was suspended.