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Middletown Arrests: Oct. 1 to Sept. 18

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

Editor's note: Many of these individuals were picked up on outstanding warrants on Sept. 30 for felony charges in a day-long sting operation spearheaded by 85 law enforcement officers dubbed Operation Archangel.

Middletown Police report the following incidents:

Oct. 1

SECOND-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, BREACH OF PEACE — At 7 a.m., Joseph E. Pantano, 20, of South Main Street turned himself in on an outstanding warrant. 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT — Stephanie Williams, 23, of Pearl Street got into a fight with the girlfriend of the father of her child in front of her two children, the report says, and allegedly hit the woman several times.

Sept. 30

FIRST-DEGREE CRIMINAL TRESPASS, VIOLATION OR PROTECTIVE ORDER — Aaron M. Davis, 20, of no certain address was driving a Honda Accord on Camp Street with expired emissions and was found with an outstanding warrant.

SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — Zama P. Marques, 26, of Town Colony Dirve was picked up on a warrant from Cromwell Police.

TWO COUNTS FIRST-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — Marc Panapda, 33, of Town Colony Drive was taken into custody at home on two warrants from Middletown and Wethersfield.

FIRST-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — Keith Morello, 47, of Ridge Road, Durham, was found with an outstanding warrant.

SECOND- AND FIRST-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — Jabbar D. McDaniel, 20, of Braeburn Lane was picked up on an outstanding warrant.

VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Matthew Bailey, 24, of Chestnut Hill Road, East Hampton, was picked up on an outstanding warrant.

VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Michael J. Bartolotta, 36, of Midwood Farm Road, East Hampton, was picked up on an outstanding warrant.

SIX COUNTS FAILURE TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDER — Tyson Mayfield, 30, of Timber Ridge Road was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant. 

TWO COUNTS VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Kevin S. Rushford, 48, of Indian Lane, Durham, was picked up on an outstanding warrant. 

VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Kevin P. Larkin, 48, of Madison Road, Durham, was picked up on an outstanding warrant. 

VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Danielle L. Fugedi, 23, of Thayer Road, Higganum, was picked up on an outstanding warrant. 

VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Heidi LaFave, 42, of Prospect Street was picked up on an outstanding warrant. 

TWO COUNTS VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Jordan A. Pace, 24, was picked up on an outstanding warrant. 

VIOLATION OF PROBATION — Brian M.C. Hunter, 21, of Summerhill Road was picked up on an outstanding warrant. 

TWO COUNTS SIXTH- AND ONE COUNT FIFTH-DEGREE LARCENY, CONSPIRACY — Katherine Quinn, 40, of North Main Street, Ivoryton.

SECOND-DEGREE HARASSMENT — Kathryn Milardo, 34, of Summer Hill Road turned herself in on an outstanding warrant.

VIOLATION OF RESTRAINING ORDER, SECOND-DEGREE THREATENING, THIRD-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, SECOND-DEGREE HARASSMENT — Sandra Spivey, 45, of Corbin Avenue, New Britain, was picked up on an outstanding warrant.

Sept. 29

OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT INSURANCE — At 11:26 a.m., Devon L. Roman, 33, of Lincoln Street was driving a Saturn on Broad Street with a broken back window.

THREE COUNTS SECOND- AND ONE FIRST-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — At 10:30 p.m., Walter T. Dismuke, 27, of Portland Street was seen by police walking on Main Street by Green with three outstanding warrants.

Sept. 28

SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY, ASSAULT PUBLIC SAFETY PERSONNEL, INTERFERING WITH OFFICER – At 4:36 p.m., Robert T. Ryan, 50, of Madison Road, Durham, was at Ct Beverage Mart on Washington Street, the report says and concealed a bottle of Jim Beam whiskey in his jacket. Police found him at his girlfriend's house and admitted to being in the store, police say, and his girlfriend told officers the bottle was either in the car or the house. While being cuffed, the report says, he resisted which caused both he and the officer to fall on the concrete steps where both were injured.

Sept. 25

THIRD-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — At 4:03 p.m., Janita S. Wilds, 24, of Ferry Street was at the corner of Main and Washington streets and assaulted a female victim who was inside her car on Main Street, according to the report. She punched the woman through her driver's side window and kicked the door causing $200 in damage, police say. 

OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, ILLEGAL OPERATION UNDER SUSPENSION, STOP SIGN VIOLATION, FAILURE TO HAVE HEAD LAMPS — At 11:04 p.m., Austin Simmons, 23, of South Main Street was driving a Volkswagen Passat on West and Wadsworth streets with a headlight out, according to the report, and blew through a stop sign. The report says Simmons begged the officer not to arrest him, but the detective said he'd be liable if Simmons had an accident, then rolled his eyes, saying, "that's what the last cop who stopped me said." A search revealed a blunt cigar and shavings of marijuana but not enough to test, the report says. When the officer asked Simmons which apartment number he lives in, he replied, "I don't know you well enough to give you my number," wouldn't provide his social security number, height or weight and wasn't sure if his eye color was brown. The report says Simmons wouldn't sign paperwork unless all three officers provided their badge numbers. 

Sept. 24

RISK OF INJURY TO CHILD, BREACH OF PEACE, THREATENING — At 10:15 p.m., police picked up Zaida C. Jimenez, 37, of Ferry Street at York Correctional Institution in Niantic on an outstanding warrant.

TWO COUNTS SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — At 11 a.m., Nathan A. Doran, 23, of South Main Street was picked up on an outstanding warrant.

Sept. 22

IMPROPER TURN, OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE AND IN VIOLATION OF LICENSE CLASSIFICATION, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM — Karen Jutras, 51, of Massachusetts was driving a Buick LeSabre on Main and Grand streets when she hit an Infinity G35, according to the report. 

Sept. 18

FAILURE TO APPEAR — Jordan Bonner, 24, of Brittney Farms Road, New Britain, turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.

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