report the following arrests:
SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — On April 12, James D. Weston, 23, of Portland Street was involved in a domestic dispute with his live-in girlfriend. Police say he menaced her with a barbecue sauce bottle and grabbed her by the jacket, ripping it, and threw her toward the open door. The report says he was yelling so loudly and banging items it disturbed the neighbors.
SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — On April 12, Travis T. Green, 21, of Afton Terrace was at 472 Main Street and found with an active warrant.
USE OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, POSSESSION NARCOTICS (SECOND OFFENSE) — On April 10, Frank A. Clegg, 37, of Overlook Avenue was driving a Toyota Corolla on Grand Street when an officer saw him spinning his wheels, traveling unreasonably fast. When he exited the car, the officer saw him discard a wax piece of paper stamped “Centley,” with a brownish residue. The report say Clegg admitted it was “dope,” or heroin, .2 grams. A search revealed three needles in his pockets.
THREATENING, BREACH OF PEACE, THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT, FIRST-DEGREE CRIMINAL TRESPASS — On April 1 at 10:34 a.m., Anthony J. Perez-Garcia, 24, of Main Street was on Rapallo Avenue when a victim told officers he was inside one the apartments on the counter working to refurbish it when Perez pulled him by the legs and punched him in the face. Officers say Perez-Garcia thought the victim had called police.
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On March 30, Hasan Harris, 18, of Stanley Street, New Britain, was seen on a surveillance video taking a cell phone valued at $150 from a pregnant customer at Five Guys Burgers and Fries on Washington Street. The report says he claimed he didn’t steal it because she left it on the table.
SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — On March 28 at 8:50 p.m., Cheryl A. Russin, 54, of Silver Street was at the apartment of a friend drinking, police say. Russin had lent the friend a cable converter box which the victim said her son took days before when the moved out, the report says. Russin grabbed the box several times as they fought, police say, and the victim’s hands were cut. She was found at the YMCA.
TWO COUNTS RISK OF INJURY TO A CHILD, DUI, NARCOTICS OUTSIDE CONTAINER — On March 11, William Salva, 48, of Main Street, Durham, was arrested when he was driving a car with an 11- and 13-year-old inside. He had three Suboxone pills that didn’t belong to him, police say. A breath test revealed he had a blood-alcohol level of .124 and .106.