Middletown Arrests: March 29 to April 11

The following information was provided by the Middletown Police public information officer. An arrest does not constitute a conviction and all defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Middletown and State Police report the following arrests:

April 11
FAILURE TO RESPOND — At 2:09 p.m., Jose A. Ramos, 22, of Main Street, Somers, was at Lawn and Home avenues on the Wesleyan University campus and fought verbally with his brother. He was found with an outstanding warrant.  

SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — At 10:30 a.m., police received a call from a home on Grand Street, by a woman who was uncooperative, couldn't give an accurate address and said a man had taken her cigarettes. Once police arrived, they saw three people arguing, including Alison K. Kozikowski, 25, of Childs Road, who wanted to get inside for her belongings. Kozikowski told police her boyfriend had attacked her for cigarettes then smashed her head against the wall and beat her up. Police say she had marks on her hands consistent with intravenous drug use. The boyfriend told police she was out prostituting the night before to get money for drugs, according to the report, they argued and Kozikowski told him she was calling police to get him arrested. 

RECKLESS DRIVING, EVADING RESPONSIBILITY — At 3:50 p.m., Eileen B. Carey, 47, of Countryside Lane turned herself in on an outstanding warrant.

April 10
DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 11:02 p.m., Alyssa Landry, 22, of Main Street, told officers she and her boyfriend, Brian Fitzpatrick, 28, of Main Street, argued over money and he dumped his beer over her head so she slapped his face several times, causing his nose to bleed, the report says. Both were arrested. 

BREACH OF PEACE, SECOND-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, INTERFERING WITH AN OFFICER — At 6:20 p.m., the ex-girlfriend of Brian Mathis, 19, of Maplewood Terrace called police to say he had taken her Apple iPhone at Price Chopper on Washington Street and refused to return it, then smashed it. Police found him on Court Street, where he resisted arrest, the report says.  

THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT AND BREACH OF PEACE — At 11:17 a.m., Dasnie Carrillo, 18, of Middletown, was at Vinal Technical School and assaulted another student, the report says.

April 9 
BREACH OF PEACE — At 3:34 p.m., Mark Frost, 46, of South Main Street called police to say his mother and other family members were throwing out his belongings. The mother told officers he had moved out three years before and had given him a year and a half to get rid of his things from the garage. While police watched, the report says, he was told he could get his items in garbage bags and bring them home. Instead, the report says, he turned over a large big full of garbage all over the driveway, the spread it all over the ground. 

OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE SUSPENDED — At 1:46 p.m. Sean A. Kerr, 23, of Silver Street was driving a Honda Civic without a front license.  

April 6
DUI — At 6:05 p.m., Jeffrey Vidou, 43, of Boston Post Road, Old Lyme, was in a verbal dispute in the parking lot of the Westbrook YMCA on Spencer Plains Road while driving a Cadillac, slurring his speech while trying to stand, the report indicates. His blood alcohol levels were found to be .238 and .243, the report says. 

March 29 
RISK OF INJURY TO CHILD, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT — Daniel  Hoyt, 38, of East Ridge Road turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.

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