Middletown Arrests: Nov. 27 to Dec. 7

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. 7

VIOLATION OF PROBATION, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT — At 5:26 p.m., police were called to the apartment of Colin P. Maroney, 48, of South Main Street whose wife was lying on a bed with a fresh eye injury, according to the report, calling for help. She told police Maroney had hit her in the face and knocked her out of her wheelchair after drinking a couple beers and fighting with her about rolling cigarettes. The report says he threw a plastic tray at her but missed.

Dec. 6

DISORDERLY CONDUCT, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT — At 9:26 p.m., Mark Baran, 47, of East Main Street fought with his live-in girlfriend of three years at 1 p.m. after becoming angry and belligerent about not being able to find alcohol, according to the report. He became increasingly violent, the report says, broke Christmas ornaments and pushed his girlfriend to the ground and punched her in the head several times. Baran told officers he had been drinking for several days in a row and was highly drunk, according to the report.

Dec. 5

IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE, UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, FAILURE TO DISPLAY PLATES, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM — Warren D. Maguire, 29, of Stack Street was stopped on Spring Street for a traffic violation.
IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE, UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, FAILURE TO DISPLAY PLATES, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM — Catherine Q. Yarlott, 38, of Depot Hill Road, Cobalt, was driving on Pleasant Street at Main without a front license plate.
THIRD-DEGREE IDENTITY THEFT — Amy S. Davignon, 29, of no certain address, Waterbury, turned herself in on an outstanding warrant.

Dec. 4

SUSPENDED LICENSE — William Iselin, 45, of George Street was driving a BMW 535xi on Washington and Main streets and stopped for a suspended license after a December 2012 DUI conviction, according to the report. FAILURE TO RESPOND — Anthony L. Lopez, 26, of Mountain Laurel Court, Cromwell, turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.

UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE, FAILURE TO WEAR SEAT BELT, POSSESSION DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, TWO COUNTS ILLEGAL POSSESSION — Jeremiah Marselli, 37, of Middletown, was charged by West Hartford Police. No bond information was provided. He is scheduled to appear in Superior Court on Dec. 12.

Dec. 3

FAILURE TO RESPOND — At 2:53 p.m., Michael Mierzejewski, 29, of Rising Trail Drive was driving a Dodge Durango on Westlake Drive and after a traffic stop found to have an outstanding warrant.

Dec. 2

USE DRUG PARAPHERNALIA — During October and November Middletown narcotics officers investigated crack cocaine and heroin trafficking at a 63 Grand Street apartment and identified a man known as Cisquo was selling drugs there, according to the report. At 7:30 p.m., police found Eugene M. Trudeau, 51, of Spring Street and other men inside, with drugs and paraphernalia around, including a glass crack pipe in Trudeau's pocket. He admitted, according to the report, to using it to smoke crack earlier in the day despite being in a drug treatment program and a relapse.

Nov. 30

INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM, TRAVELING FAST — At 12:44 p.m., Flordaliz Lugo, 35, of East Main Street rear-eded the car driving in front of her on Main Street.

 NON-STUDENT POSSESSING DRUG PARAPHERNALIA NEAR SCHOOL — At 12:44 p.m., police were called to a home on Pearl Street about a resident, Matthew J. King, 22, who had passed out on the floor with trouble breathing after a drug overdose, according to the report. An number of used hypodermic needles and 10 empty bags of heroin were reportedly found. Police say King was revived using "narcan" and admitted to "falling off the wagon" and shooting up all 10 bags.

Nov. 29

VIOLATION OF PROBATION — At 8 a.m., Emmanuel Parker, 52, of Maple Street turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.

Nov. 27

ENGAGING POLICE IN PURSUIT, IMPROPER HAND SIGNALING, STOP SIGN VIOLATION — At 12:14 p.m., Anthony C. Gaetano Jr., 56, of Pearl Street was reportedly involved in a burglary in Portland and found his car at his home, according to the report, where his girlfriend said he left to take a friend back to the Eddy Shelter after a morning of "scrapping" metal. Police saw Gaetano, whom they recognize from past arrests, speed past his home, the report says, and flee a cruiser then traffic forced him to stop at Main Street. Gaetano told officers he was trying to go to the soup kitchen for lunch, the report says.

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