Middletown Police report the following incidents:
VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Ross Cieneiewicz, 48, of Main Street was found during an assault investigation and discovered with an outstanding warrant, according to police, after being released at 3 a.m. from the hospital .
OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM, TRAVELING UNREASONABLY FAST — At 11:24 p.m., Carl B. Bolton, 26, of Ridgefield Drive was seen by an officer speeding on Church Street near Wesleyan University, according to the report, 40 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour school zone. The repot says the car's vehicle identification number was missing in many locations throughout the vehicle and Bolton told police it has been entirely rebuilt with after-market parts. Police say they have had two prior instances with Bolton and unregistered and uninsured cars. A tow truck operator was unable to tow the car away, the report says, because it's so low to the ground.
USE OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, POSSESSION WITH INTENT TO SELL, DISTRIBUTION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES WITHIN 1,500 FEET OF SCHOOL, POSSESSION LESS THAN HALF-OUNCE MARIJUANA, NON-STUDENT POSSESSING DRUGS NEAR SCHOOL — At 11:02 p.m., police on foot patrol saw Lloyd L. Duggan, 18, of Chelsea Court driving a Ford Countour on Grand Street and when approached, he tried to high something green in his lap, according to the report, which turned out to be a handful of crumpled $1 bills. The front passenger, Brian R. Barbour, 21, of Grand Street, police say, was slowly trying to hide a plastic bag between his seat and the passenger door and a search revealed 100 tiny ziplock bags he said were for his jewelry. Police smelled marijuana inside the car, the report says, and a search turned up a marijuana cigarette, a Frisbee with burnt and unburnt marijuana residue, a backpack with two bags of marijuana totaling 2.295 ounces, another baggie of marijuana weighing 1.14 ounces, digital scale, two grinders and a glass smoking pipe. The report says the men admitted to buying the marijuana for $700 just prior to police stopping them. Both were charged with the above.
BREACH OF PEACE — At 5:17 p.m., William A. Anderson, 55, of Church Street was at Wadsworth Glen Health Care on Boston Road as an unwanted person, according to the report, after arguing with a staff member and pushing another into a restaurant cart in the cafeteria. The victim said Anderson walked to the refrigerator and kicked the door shut with his shoe, made a noise like he was "coughing up phlegm" to spit at her, police say, in front of 15 patients and seven other staff members. Anderson denied all the accusations, the report indicates, and was told if he visited his father there again he was to "remain to himself."
FIRST-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR, OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, ILLEGAL OPERATION UNDER SUSPENSION, FAILURE TO HAVE LIGHTS LIT — At 11:20 p.m., Chase C. Guarino, 28, of Valley Ridge Drive, Higganum was driving a pickup truck with a trailer on Wall Street with no lights, according to the report. He was found with two outstanding warrants from Middletown and Watertown Police.
SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — At 12:54 a.m., Herrera, Christopher, 24, of Bidwell Terrace was arrested by Newington Police on the Berlin Turnpike near Rowley Street.