Middletown Police report the following incidents:
TWO COUNTS VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER, FIRST-DEGREE CRIMINAL TRESPASS — At about 3 a.m., Aaron M. Davis, 20, of no certain address was picked up by Newington Police on an outstanding warrant from Middletown.
INTERFERING WITH OFFICER, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — Charles Sucre, 62, of South Main Street fought with his girlfriend while intoxicated, according to the report, and threatened her by balling up his fist. Sucre spoke with officers while agitated and looking for a match to smoke a cigarette, then swore about them being in his house, according to the report, the grabbed a detective's wrist when he put up his hand to stop his passage.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER — At 10:36 a.m., police were called to the Connection on Eastern Drive where a woman said her ex-boyfriend Wayne Wright, 41, of Newfield Street, had messaged her on Facebook to give him a call on Sept. 2 at 1:51 a.m., according to the report, and a second time asking her to meet him, apologizing for "court stuff" and reminding her about his upcoming birthday. Wright told officers he didn't think he violated the protective order because he understood it expired after 90 days and was just trying to be nice to the victim. He had a pending case with the same woman, police say, and a breach of peace conviction.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 4:12 p.m., police were called to a Newfield Street apartment by a man who said his baby's mother, Crystal Thompson, 24, of Rose Circle hit him during a fight, scratching his hand. The report says she admitted to doing so after he made a rude comment.
BREACH OF PEACE — At 3:11 a.m., Amber Wilford, 24, of Silver Street, allegedly punched her intoxicated roommate, Venus Hamzavi, 34, of Talcott Glenn, Farmington, in the head and cut her hand, according to the report. Hamzavi, the report says, had "racing, irrelevant thoughts" and changed her story several times, and she referred to her state as a "psychotic episode." Wilford told police her boyfriend, who knew her roommate asked if she could stay at her house two days prior because she had no where else to go. On Sept. 1, the report says, after drinking at several bars, they went to Denny's to eat and Hamzavi yelled and spit at employees, then physically attacked Wilford outside. Both were charged.
VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Kevin L. Hunter, 43, of no certain address was driving a Honda Odyssey on Vine at Cross street without a seat belt, police say, and he was found with an outstanding warrant from Norwich.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 6 p.m., Soloman S. Dill, 35, of Long Hill Road turned himself in on an outstanding warrant from a sexual assault on Aug. 30 at 11 p.m. on Newfield Street. Dill told detectives he had been in a sexual relationship with the victim for 13 years and after being in jail since May, he was released to Connecticut Valley Hospital for 45 days, upon which he visited her, according to the report. Dill said he drank vodka and the victim had taken drugs before he arrived. He said he tried on two occasions to have sex with the victim against her will while she struggled, the report says.
OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM — At 12:30 p.m., Hope Langdon, 49, of Plaza Drive was driving a Chrysler New Yorker at Main and William streets.
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — At 3:17 p.m., David G. Fontanez, 22, of Cox Road, Portland, was at Rite-Aid on Main Street when a loss prevention officer saw him take the tags off a pair of Foster Grant sunglasses worth $12.99, put them in his pocket and leave without paying, according to the report.