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New Britain Man Caught With .3 Grams Cocaine, Marijuana, Police Say

Middletown Police incident reports through May 2

Middletown Police incident reports through May 2:

PROBATION VIOLATION — On May 2, Steven Roberts, 24, of Main Street was found on Broad Street with an active warrant from an Oct. 7, 2009, incident. He was given a May 11 court date.

FAILURE TO DRIVE RIGHT, DUI — On May 2, Alexis R. Devoe, 23, of Mohawk Drive was driving on Washington Street ahead of a police car and crossed over the double yellow line twice, turned onto Butternut Street and nearly struck the curb. Devoe told the officer she had two beers and demonstrated slurred speech, slow and deliberate movements, limited ability to divide her attention and poor performance on standardized field sobriety tests. He blood alcohol level tests registered .174 and .160. She was given a May 13 court date.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On May 2, Johnny Wilds, 41, of Flower Street and his wife Loreen Cunningham, 42, were at the scene of a domestic. Officers found a coffee table in the middle of the den with a smashed glass top. They were yelling about their car. Wilds said he had broken the table with a vase, frustrated his wife refused to give him the car keys. Cunningham admitted to punching him in the face. Both were given a court date of May 3.

THREE COUNTS SECOND-DEGREE THREATENING — On May 2, Brian Flaherty, 51, of Glendale Avenue turned himself in on a warrant from an April 10 incident. He was given a May 17 court date.

OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE WITH SUSPENDED REGISTRATION — On April 30, Devaughn S. Williams, 33, of Cynthia Lane was driving ahead of a police car. He was given a May 11 court date.

POSSESSION COCAINE, POSSESSION UNDER 4 OZ MARIJUANA, AND DRUG PARAPHERNALIA — On April 28, Joseph Rodriguez, 22, of Farmington Avenue, New Britain, was stopped for a seat belt violation. When asked if there were drugs in the car, he handed over 8 grams of marijuana and .3 grams of cocaine. An additional .6 grams of marijuana was found in the car, along with two metal pipes with residue, which were made to look like cigarettes. He was given a May 11 court date.

MISUSE OF MARKER PLATE, OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE WITH SUSPENDED DRIVERS LICENSE AND UNREGISTERED VEHICLE, AND WITHOUT INSURANCE — On April 25, Trina M. Jackson, 38, of Chatham Court, Portland, was driving on Newfield Street ahead of a police cruiser. The plate belonged to another car registered to her, but was suspended. She was given a May 16 court date.

FAILURE TO RESPOND TO INFRACTION — On April 25, Corey Martin, 20, of Knox Boulevard, was driving on Washington Street when an officer saw his car without a front license plate. He was found with an outstanding warrant, possession of alcohol by a minor at CCSU. He has a May 9 court date.

OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT INSURANCE, FAILURE TO RENEW REGISTRATION AND RENEW DRIVERS LICENSE — On April 24, Ralph DiGiandomenico, 46, of Twiss Street, Meriden, was driving on Washington Street in front of an officer. He was given a May 9 court date.

OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE WITHOUT INSURANCE, OPERATING UNREGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLE, NO TAIL LIGHTS — On April 24, Victoria Strickland, 44, of South Main Street was driving in front of a police cruiser on Silver Street. Officers saw cut straws with white powder on the tips in plain view. The passenger admitted he snorts crushed Percocet. She was given a May 10 court date.

POSSESSION UNDER 4 OZ MARIJUANA, FAILURE TO WALK ON SIDEWALK — On April 15 at 11:09 p.m., Demar A. Boxley, 19, of Cynthia Lane was walking with a man in the middle of Ferry Street for about 50 yards. An officer stopped Boxley and saw a large bulge in his waistband. When patted down, police found a baggie with a partially burnt cigarette. He was given a May 6 court date.

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