Middletown Arrests: Aug. 17-19

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

Middletown Police report the following arrests:

VIOLATION OF PROBATION — On Aug. 19 at 11:37 a.m., police received an anonymous tip that Nykeda Featherstone, 23, of Broad Street, was on Main and Liberty Streets and had an outstanding warrant.

POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, INTERFERING WITH OFFICER — On Aug. 19, Joseph Faraci, 47, of Lake Street, was seen by officers walking on South Main Street near Lake Street with an active warrant. The report says police asked him several times to place his hands on the cruiser, but he refused, was "verbally abusive," actively resisting arrest; so one officer struck him in the upper arm. He was highly agitated, the report details and kept saying he was going to "kick the officers' [expletive]." A search revealed two and a half round pills Faraci indicated were Percocet, but a test indicated they were Oxycodone.

THIRD-DEGREE BURGLARY, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT — On Aug. 18 at 9:19 p.m., police looking to serve an outstanding warrant on Richard Lespier, 29, of Hobard Street, Meriden, found him hiding in the upstairs bathroom shower, the report says.

BREACH OF PEACE, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT — On Aug. 18 at 5:52 p.m., police were called to Prospect Street on the report of two sisters fighting. Allanah G. Earley, 40, of Prospect Street, police said, was "significantly intoxicated." The sister was found by Cromwell Police at her home, with "multiple face lacerations and contusions," from her sister's assault, the report says. While driving to Earley's house, the sisters apparently fought about who was a better mother, police report. Police say Earley kicked her sister in the face, then hit her sister 15 times in the "head and face with her hands, fist."

BREACH OF PEACE — On Aug. 17 at 3:49 p.m., Joshua Woolley, 23, of Spring Street argued with his father, Leonard Woolley, on Pease Avenue, alarming onlookers, the police report says. It was the second time police responded to the residence for the same incident. Both were arrested.

nana parket August 27, 2012 at 02:17 AM


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