Middletown Police report the following incidents:
DISORDERLY CONDUCT, RISK OF INJURY TO CHILD — On Oct. 26 at 11:09 p..m., police were called to a domestic on Silver Drive. Kimberly Deblase, 26, of Valley Street, North Hampton, Mass., told officers the father of her 2-month-old child had a cell phone recording her and she didn't like it so she hit him in the face, the report says. Police say she also threw a glass coffee mug on the floor. The boyfriend told officers he was recently arrested for a domestic incident so when anything happens he videotapes it. When officers reviewed it, the report says, it showed Deblase hit the man and almost drop the baby before another person took the boy.
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On Oct. 26 at 11:40 a.m., police were called to Bobs Stores on East Main Street after an employee saw Marybeth Moore, 50, of Bow Lane was seen by an employee take two pairs of jeans, one worth $58, into the dressing room and leave with only one pair, the report says.
OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS, STOP SIGN VIOLATION — On Oct. 26, Douglas Lee Wilson, 49, of Scenic View Drive, Deep River, was driving on Prospect Street and failed to stop for the sign at Spring Street.
INTERFERING WITH OFFICER — On Oct. 24 police were called to Rose Circle after witnesses saw people running from a disturbance at Stoneycrest housing, the report says. Katelyn Marie Potvin-Repscher, 18, of Stoneycrest Drive was found on scene yelling and flailing her arms near an officer, the report says, then grabbed his arm and pushed him, then yelled at and pushed another officer. The report says she began yelling and swearing while officers tried to handcuff her; when brought to the ground, she continued so.
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On Oct. 23 at 3:01 p.m., police were called to Washington Street for a larceny by Carl Rankins, 53, of Broad Street had stolen $100 in cash from her car while she was in the front seat, the report indicates. Rankins said he was given the cash for drugs, the report says.