Middletown Police report the following incidents:
SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — Michael E. Koba, 46, of Jefferson Avenue turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.
FIRST-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — At 6:30 a.m., Alan A. Kelley, 50, of High Street turned himself in on an outstanding warrant from a Feb. 28 incident.
SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — William F. Christinat, 54, of Main Street was at Spear Park on William Street when officers saw him drink out of a one-liter Dubra brand vodka bottle, according to the report. He was found with an outstanding warrant from Winchester.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT — At 9:15 a.m., Nicholas Cramblit, 19, of Loveland Street threw remote controls at his mother because she woke him up early to go to the food pantry, according to the report. Police say he admitted to "anger issues."
RISK OF INJURY TO CHILD, INTERFERING WITH OFFICER, SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — At 12:31 p.m., Dana D. Sweeney, 23, of Sisk Street was at adult probation on Main Street after arriving with a child in his arms while slurring his words and his eyes rolling back into his head, according to the report. He handed the child to a probation officer and ran away, police say. His blood test was positive for cocaine, amphetamines and marijuana, the document says, and Sweeney drove the child and mother to adult probation.
FIRST-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR —Nicholas Quinn, 24, of Snipes Terrace turned himself in on an outstanding warrant from Meriden.
EVADING RESPONSIBILITY, FAILURE TO DRIVE AT REASONABLE DISTANCE — Lissette Cornier, 28, of Woodmont Street, Springfield, Mass., turned herself in on an outstanding warrant from an Aug. 18 car accident.
THIRD-DEGREE CRIMINAL TRESPASS — At 8:48 p.m., Jakwan Walton, 22, of Twiss Street, Meriden, was found by police walking the hallways of Wharfside Commons on Ferry Street. He was among individuals on a list of trespassers provided by the property manager, the report says.
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — At 12:57 p.m., a taxi driver and customer, Richard P. Vezina, 47, of Meriden Road, Rockfall, who arrived at police headquarters on Main Street disputing about a fare, according to the report. The driver said he picked up Vezina at America's Best Value Inn on Meriden Road to bring him to the barber shop for a haircut. During the drive, the report says, Vezina told the taxi driver he didn't have money to pay him the $44 fare.
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — At 4:50 a.m., police were called to O'Rourke's Diner on Main Street about a woman found by employees stealing bread from the morning delivery behind the restaurant, according to the report. Patricia Morin, 58 of College Street admitted to taking loaves of bread from delivery bags. The report says the diner employee saw a woman with "crazy" gray hair taking the items.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT, THIRD-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF — At 12:43 a.m., police were sent to a home on Grove Street about a loud noise and a man, Daniel S. Proper, 32, of Valley Street, Wallingford, wearing pajama pants and no shirt banging on the caller's door, according to the report. The victim said he and his child were awoken by the noise and officers saw a window next door had been broken, the report says.
There, they found a resident who, with his friend, Proper, were heavily intoxicated. Proper was sleeping over because he was too drunk to drive home, the report says. During booking, the document says, Proper admitted he was drinking beers and smoking marijuana all night at Mad Murphy's on South Main Street with his co-workers from Gorilla Graphics on North Main Street, where officers found him later, then blacked out. He didn't remember any of his alleged actions, the report says.
THIRD-DEGREE CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — At 1 p.m., police were called to Untouchable Towing on North Main Street about a stolen digital camera after the owner said he had a disagreement with a customer. According to the report, Chandrasekhar Muppala, 47, of Jefferson Park Drive, Herndon, Va., was unhappy with an agreement so he yelled then picked up a potted plant and shook it out all over the office floor and took a digital camera while the owner was turned around. When police arrived, Muppala was returning with the camera and told officers he took it because he was unhappy with the way the owner was doing business, the report says.