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Middletown Blotter: Sept. 7-12

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

 

reoprt the following arrests:

TWO COUNTS SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — On Sept. 12, Leal R. Pickering, 58, of Rome Avenue turned himself into police on an outstanding warrant from Manchester.

DEFECTIVE WINDSHIELD WIPER, FAILURE TO KEEP PLATES READABLE, OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE SUSPENDED, AND IN VIOLATION OF LICENSE CLASSIFICATION — On Sept. 12, Antonio Gonzalez Jr., 30, of Thomas Street was driving a Honda Civic on Church Street with a cracked windshield and an improperly displayed license plate, the report says.

INTERFERING WITH OFFICER — On Sept. 11 at 8:24 p.m., a woman was stopped by police on a motor vehicle stop on Stoneycrest Drive, when, the report says, two males walked up and one,  Isaac Barrera, 23, of Prospect Street, demanded why his "girl" was being stopped. Police say Barrera began yelling at the woman and then police, walked away, then came back again, yelling, speaking loudly and belligerently, the report says, "causing neighbors to look out their windows and step out onto the stoops."

OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE SUSPENDED — On Sept. 10, Craig McGregor Jr., 20, of Goodrich Avenue, Cromwell, was driving on Spring Street without a seatbelt and a suspended license.

DUI, DISOBEYING SIGNAL OF OFFICER — On Sept. 7 at 1:39 a.m., Craig T. Felt, 36, of Main Street, Portland, was driving east on the Portland Bridge and an officer signaled for him to stop for construction, which he did not do at first, the report says, causing the officer to jump out of the way to avoid being hit. Once stopped, the report says, Felt admitted he drank seven to eight beers earlier in the night at a friend's house and had slurred speech and glossy eyes, the report says, and could not recite the alphabet from D to P when asked by police.

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