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Middletown Arrests: Dec. 3-12

The following police reports come from the Middletown Police public information officer. Individuals named here reflect charges filed, never a conviction.

Middletown Police
Middletown Police

Middletown Police report the following incidents:

Dec. 12

DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 5:10 p.m., Carolin Medina-Pujoles, 24, of Griswold Street, Meriden, was at a home on Rogers Road and reportedly grabbed Kevin J. Smith, 30, of Rogers Road, by the neck, scratching it. Both were charged with the above; Smith also for second-degree criminal mischief and third-degree strangulation, according to the report. Medina-Pujoles told officers Smith choked her so she couldn't breath and smashed her iPhone worth $600. Smith had scratches on his neck and Medina-Pujoles had a red mark on her neck in the area of her thread, according to the report. 

Dec. 11

INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM — Hector R. Oyola-Davila, 53, of South Main Street was involved in an accident on Main Street Extension. 

TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS, SUSPENDED LICENSE — At 9:08 a.m., Willie Flowers, 40, of Dorothy Drive was driving a BMW X3 on Route 9 toward Middletown, according to the report, and made several unsafe lane changes and passing cars, including the cruiser on the right. 

Dec. 7

ATTEMPT TO COMMIT CRIME, FRAUD, SECOND-DEGREE FORGERY — At 3:25 p.m., police were called to CVS on Washington Street about a man trying to have a fraudulent prescription for 180 Oxycodone tablets, according to the report. The pharmacist recognized a prescription held by Joel Rivera, 33, of Charlton Street, New Haven, as fraudulent and him as the same man who had tried to do the same thing on Dec. 2 at a CVS in East Hartford with one made out to another person. According to the report, Rivera told police he found the prescription on Grand Street in New Haven and had taken the bus to Middletown to try and fill it.

Dec. 5

UNREASONABLE SPEED, FAILURE TO CARRY INSURANCE, SUSPENDED LICENSE — At 10:35 p.m., Bruno Aguilar, 29, of Bassett Street, New Britain, was driving a Honda Civic on East Street at about 55 to 60 miles per hour in a 35 mile per hour zone, according to the report. Stopped on Glenwood Avenue, police say, Aguilar had a "novelty-type" international drivers license. 

Dec. 3

At 2:53 p.m., Michael Mierzewski, 29, of Rising Trail Drive was driving a Dodge Durango on Westlake Drive with no plate information, according to the report, and told officers he had bought it earlier that day and used plates from an old car he owned. He was found with an outstanding warrant. 

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