Middletown Police Blotter

Police made arrests this week on charges of strangulation and failure to appear in court.

Middletown police report the following arrests:

Frank A. Clegg, 37, of 29 Overlook Ave., was arrested Monday and charged with second-degree failure to appear in court. Clegg was charged after a routine motor vehicle stop on a registration check that indicated his registration was expired. Police say they followed Clegg from the downtown onto Route 9 North and that when he failed to pull over when an officer signaled him to do so the officer moved his cruiser into the left lane, came alongside Clegg’s car and forced Clegg to pull over.

Shawn  Jones, 32, of 1 Labella Circle, was charged Tuesday with two counts of failure to apper in court and failure to respond to an infractions. Jones was arrested after police received a report of a drunk individual in front of Capitol Liquors on Main Street around 7 p.m., Monday. Upon investigating the complaint, police said they found Jones and discovered that he was wanted on the outstanding arrest warrants.

Dawn A. Olsen, 57, of 49 Jefferson Ave., was charged Monday with threatening and breach of peace. Police said Olsen was arrested after returning to a condemned second-floor apartment at 49 Jefferson Ave., around 4:30 p.m., Monday and yelling threats and obscenities at a downstairs neighbor.

Amber Oleski, 23, of 474 Park St., New Britian, was arrested Friday on a charge of sixth-degree larceny in connection with an Oct. 31 incident. Police said on that night Oleski entered the Rite Aid pharmacy on Main Street and placed several store items beneath a blanket in her shopping cart and then left the store without paying.

Lazaro Molina, 21, of 6 Traverse Square, was charged Friday with third-degree strangulation, breach of peace and third-degree criminial mischief after an argument with his wife in which Molina shoved his wife against a tree and choked her, police said.


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