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Middletown Arrests: Nov. 29 to Dec. 2

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. 2

DISORDERLY CONDUCT, VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER — At 8:04 p.m., Kelli L. McEachern, 29, of West Street threw a pot of spaghetti sauce on her ex-boyfriend and father of her child, according to the report. While they spoke, the victim said, McEachern got angry and began swearing although she denied doing so to police.

FIRST-DEGREE CRIMINAL TRESPASS — At 10:18 a.m., Joseph L. Marcati, 88, of Jackson Hill Road, Middlefield, was found to have visited Liberty Bank on Main Street after being warned in the past not to return, according to the report. At 11:54 a.m., police were called back to the bank who again entered and left before they arrived after asking to see the doors to the "executive level" of the bank. 

The report says he was found walking on Court Street and admitted to taking a taxi to the bank, where he is a lifelong customer, because he wanted to talk to the president. Police say Marcati believes there is an exclusive club for bank members at this branch. His conservator, the report says, affirmed Marcati will continue to return and needs to be in a residential living facility under constant supervision.

Dec. 1

TWO COUNTS VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Michael B. Coleman, 20, of Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, drove away from officers at a high rate of speed at Washington and Pearl streets, according to the report, and a Wesleyan University public safety officer saw him abandon the car on High Street. A police canine tracked him and he was found with two outstanding warrants. 

SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — Nancy Correa, 50, of Hancock Street, Springfield, Mass., was at a home on Rose Circle and fought with her daughter, Sasha E. Perez, 25, of Rose Circle, according to the report, and both admitted striking the other. Correa was found with an outstanding warrant from Wethersfield Police. Both were chared with disorderly conduct; Correa additionally with the above.

FAILURE TO RESPOND, THIRD-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, SECOND-DEGREE UNLAWFUL RESTRAINT, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 6:58 p.m., Jacob DeLaurier, 36, of Loveland Street fought with his girlfriend and smashed the bathroom door then threw a foot stool through the glass front door and held her in her room against her will, according to the report. DeLaurier admitted to police he lost his temper. He was found with an outstanding warrant. 

Nov. 30

SECOND-DEGREE DISORDERLY CONDUCT, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT — At 5:15 p.m., Robert Otfinoski, 37, of Congdon Street was picked up on an outstanding warrant.

Nov. 29

TWO COUNTS VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER, THIRD-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, INTERFERING WITH OFICER — At 11:45 a.m., Anthony W. Lyons, 45, of Newfield Street was at a Silver Street home after kicking in the front door, according to the report, and found hiding in the victim's bedroom closet. 

VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER — Keith McLennon, 42, of Rachel Road, Manchester, was picked up on an outstanding warrant. 

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