Middletown Police report the following arrests:
FIRST-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR, FAILURE TO SUBMIT TO FINGERPRINTING — On Dec. 26 at 6:15 p.m., Kevin L. Roulhac, 34, of Baer Street was seen walking on Main Street by police who knew he had an outstanding warrant. The report says he was cooperative but refused to sign paperwork and have his photo taken.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On Dec. 26 at 9:24 p.m., Jimmy Sanchez, 36, of Coe Avenue, Portland, was at a home on Omo Street and fought with his girlfriend as they were breaking up, the report says, beginning at 9 p.m. Her father, who lives there, burst through the bedroom door and “came at him” so Sanchez punched him in the head, the report indicates.
THIRD-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On Dec. 25 at 12:47 p.m., police were called to Johnson Street about a past domestic assault. The victim said the night before his ex-girlfriend, Teresa Smith, 22, of Hart Street, Bridgeport, came to his house at 11 p.m. and kicked in the front door. The report says he put his arms between the door jam and door to prevent her from entering and she scratched him. Police say she called the victim and admitted to them she had done both. His Nissan Altima had a profane word scratched into the trunk, the report says, and a long scratch along the driver’s side area.
VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER — On Dec. 23 at 9:57 a.m., police were called to a home on Traverse Square for a disturbance in which Wayne M. Roget, Sr., 46, of Long Hill Road was found with an outstanding warrant.
THREE COUNTS SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR, CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION, INTERFERING WITH OFFICER — On Dec. 23 at 6:48 p.m., Martell Patterson, 23, of South Main Street was seen by police at Main and Washington streets and, the report says, lied about his identity, saying he was Jeremy Eugene Patterson, born Nov. 13, 1989, which turned out to be his cousin. He was found with three outstanding warrants.
INTERFERING WITH OFFICER, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On Dec. 23 at 12:12 p.m., police were called to a home on Barbara Road for a domestic assault. The report says Tiffany Jean Dellacamera, 24, of Balaban Road, Colchester, who had an outstanding warrant, was seen leaving by the back door. Police say Christopher Cherry, 25, of Main Street, East Hampton, was standing in the rear of the home talking on a cell phone and Dellacamera had injuries to her face but denied the argument, as did Cherry. Both were charged with the above; Cherry additionally for third-degree assault. There is a protective order in force, according to police records, the report says, but no copy was found.
EVADING RESPONSIBILITY — On Dec. 20, Carl Werner, 62, of West Street, Cromwell, was backing up his car in the parking lot on Saybrook Road when another driver was doing the same, the report says, and left the scene. He told officers he left because he thought he did no damage.
ILLEGAL OPERATION UNDER SUSPENSION — On Dec. 17 at 2:30 p.m., Shamell Bass, 25, of Oak Street was driving a Nissan Altima on Santangelo Circle when a resident called about men in the street possibly smoking marijuana. The report says the car, a rental not registered to Bass, smelled of marijuana.
FAILURE TO CARRY LICENSE, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM, EVADING RESPONSIBILITY, WEAPONS IN VEHICLES — On Dec. 17 at 2:30 p.m., Aaron Rugar, 28, of Coles Road, Cromwell, was involved in a car accident in a Stack Street parking lot. The report says an officer 50 to 60 yards away heard and saw Rugar, who was driving a Dodge pickup, back into a car then onto it, then looked around and drove away. The officer stopped the car on Spring Street and Rugar looked like he was reaching for a weapon, the report says, and a search revealed a five and a half inch knife under the passenger seat. Later, the report says, Rugar told officers he thought he had hit a pole or guardrail.
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN INSURANCE — On Dec. 14, police responded to a two-car accident on Woodbury Circle in which Durmus Avci, 41, of Woodbury Circle was driving a Lexis Rx300 without insurance.