Middletown Arrests: Oct. 6-17

The following information was provided by the Middletown Police and Newington Police department public information officers. An arrest does not constitute a conviction and all defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Newington Police report the following arrest:

FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE, DUI — On Oct. 13 at 1:09 p.m., Steven Russo, 23, of Country Club Road was driving on Main and Whiteside streets in Newington.

Middletown Police report the following arrests:

FIRST-DEGREE CRIMINAL TRESPASS, INTERFERING WITH OFFICER, ASSAULT PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER — On Oct. 17, police were called to the Middlesex Hospital emergency room after Michelle Allen, 33, of Hillcrest Avenue, Hamden, was asked to leave the property. The report says she became obnoxious and used offensive language then tried to punch an officer and resisted arrest, cutting an officer’s hands. The report says she banged her head inside the car once handcuffed and threatening bodily harm to officers and their family.

THREE COUNTS EACH OF: FOURTH-DEGREE LARCENY, FRAUDULENT USE OF ATM, CREDIT CARD FRAUD, ILLEGAL USE OF CREDIT CARD — On Oct. 17 at 3 p.m., Norma L. Robinson, 60, of Russell Street turned herself in on an outstanding warrant.

SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — On Oct. 16 at 12:35 p.m., Tyrell A. Riley, 28, of Grand Street fought with the mother of his 1-year-old child after Alicia C. Roberts, 29, of Grand Street was caught talking with an ex-boyfriend, the report says. He said she bent his license plate and threw Gatorade at his car. The woman told officers Riley began by hacking her phone and computer accounts to check on her allegedly cheating on him, the report details. Roberts told officers she tried to leave and get items belonging to her and her child but he locked the car. As Roberts grabbed the items, police say, he backed up the car and hit her with it. On her phone, the report says, Riley had texted her, calling her vulgar names. Both were charged. Police say there have been many domestic incidents between them, including on Aug. 19, Aug. 16, July 11, May 22, March 5 and March 2.

TEN COUNTS POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE — On Oct. 14, Guillermo Montesdeoca, 21, of Hobart Street, Meriden, was stopped by police while driving at Washington Street and Wetmore Place and found with 10 packages of 8mg/2mp Suboxone.

UNSAFE MOVEMENT, INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM — On Oct. 13 at 10:6 p.m., Cheyenne Hull, 38, of no certain address was driving a Nissan Maxima on Rapallo Avenue and Main Street and, the report says, when the light turned green, “accelerated rapidly causing the vehicle’s tires to spin and squeal.”


INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM, DUI, TRAVELING TOO FAST FOR CONDITIONS — On Oct. 11 at 12:54 a.m., police responded to a crash at the corner of Randolph Road and Lee Street and found a Honda Prelude resting on its roof and, Sean M. Berry, 21, of no certain address, the driver, was found nearby, the report says. He smelled of alcohol, police say, and had red watery eyes and thick slurred speech. He failed a sobriety test and registered .148 and .127 blood alcohol levels.

OPERATION UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, SUSPENDED REGISTRATION, OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER SUSPENSION — On Oct. 8 at 3:14 a.m., Jarvis Dexter was driving on South Main Street and Norfolk Avenue.

OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER SUSPENSION — On Oct. 8 at 1:15 p.m., William D. Bressler, 23, of High Street, Baltic, was seen driving on South Main Street with a broken headlamp.

POSSESSION CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, USE OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA — On Oct. 8 at 9:47 p.m., Justin M. Slater, 22, of Jobs Pond Road, Portland, was in a Jeep parked in an isolated area of Laurel Grove Road, the report says, with two others. The officer saw Slater in the back making “furtive movements,” and refused to show his hands then was found with two crack pipes and a bag of crack cocaine, the report says.

OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER SUSPENSION — On Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m., Eric A. Peele, 35, of Rising Trail Drive was driving on Harbor Drive.

OPERATION UNREGISTERED VEHICLE — On Oct. 6, Jevon Patterson, 26, of Grand Street was driving too closely to the car in front and the front passenger wasn’t wearing a seat belt, the report says. The officer smelled marijuana in the car and discovered Watford had 1.9 grams of pot in his mouth. Patterson was charged with the above and Watford an infraction.

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