report the following arrests:
THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT, THIRD-DEGREE STRANGULATION, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On Feb. 1 at 7:15 a.m., Daryl DiStefano, 22, of Quarry Hill Road, Killingworth, turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.
THIRD-DEGREE ASSAULT — On Feb. 1, Sarahann J. Coutant, 32, of Hillside Avenue was in an apartment verbally fighting with her wife. Witnesses said she struck the woman several times in the face.
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On Feb. 1, Dulphe Kebner, 26, of Rising Trail Drive was at Bob’s Store on East Main Street and security saw him remove his sandals and replace them with a pair of White Vans sneakers valued at $31.49 and walk out of the store.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT, FAILURE TO SUBMIT TO FINGERPRINTING, TWO COUNTS ASSAULT OF PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER — On Feb. 1 at 3:455 p.m., Judith R.B. Trunik, 47, of Pearl Street was a patient at the Middlesex Hospital emergency room and assaulted two nurses. Police say she was brought in for being intoxicated; she became verbally abusive toward the nurses and doctors, swearing at them. She then, the report says, spit into the faces of two nurses. Her record indicates she has been arrested multiple times for assaulting police and hospital workers.
POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS AND WITH INTENT TO SELL, INTERFERING WITH OFFICER, DISTRIBUTION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE WITHIN 1,500 FEET OF SCHOOL, NON-STUDENT POSSESSING DRUGS NEAR SCHOOL, OPERATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE UNDER SUSPENSION — On Feb. 1 at 8:41 p.m., Matthew Roulhac, 31, of Baer Street was driving a Toyota Corolla on Walnut Street unreasonably fast with an officer behind him. The officer pursued him as he sped on Silver and Wall streets and onto Saybrook Road at a busy intersection, then Baer Street and Dunham Road and stop in a driveway, the report says. Roulhac ran away toward a house, throwing two plastic bags with a white substance inside under a car. One had 14 pieces of crack cocaine and the other had one (a total of 9 grams); police say he had $606 in cash on him. He told police he works under the table and just got paid. Police say texts and phone calls were coming into this cell phone; one asking for $80 worth of crack. In 2010, that officer had arrested him and he was convicted for possession of crack cocaine with intent to sell.
SECOND-DEGREE HARASSMENT, SIMPLE TRESPASS — On Jan. 31 at 5:15 p.m., Said Orozco, 25, of no certain address was seen on Main Street by officers who knew he had an outstanding warrant.
OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE IS SUSPENDED, FAILURE TO OBEY CONTROL SIGNAL — On Jan. 29 at 6:45 p.m., Tyrrell D. Wynn, 24, of Maple Street was stopped in Toyota Camry at the Grand Street and Main Street traffic light and took a right turn on red. He said he didn’t know that was prohibited and didn’t know his license was suspended April 11, 2010, and offered an expired license to police.
DUI, ENGAGING POLICE IN PURSUIT, OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE IS SUSPENDED, RECKLESS DRIVING — On Jan. 29, police saw Christopher Barone, 35, of Grove Hill Road driving on Smith Street and spin sideways at a sharp curve with a damaged left front headlight hanging from wires. Officers saw part of a tree stuck under the car and indicated for Barone to stop the car but he accelerated and sped off. He had to be removed from the car after stopping in a driveway and failed a sobriety test, police say.
OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN REGISTRATION IS SUSPENDED — On Jan. 27 at 5:17 p.m., Walter Kean, 48, of Liberty Street, was driving a Pontiac Grand Prix on High Street. He told police he didn’t know the registration was suspended and officers found he had two outstanding warrants from West Haven for violation of probation.
SIXTH-DEGREE LARCENY — On Jan. 24 at 10:45 a.m., police were called to Bob’s Store on East Main Street for a shoplifter, Joshua Hurley, 22, of Navajo Trail, East Hampton, who was on tape putting on new Nike sneakers and placing his old ones in the box. Police say he paid for a T-shirt and left; he apologized to officers and said he was just laid off from his job.
INSURANCE COVERAGE FAILS MINIMUM, OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN REGISTRATION IS SUSPENDED — On Jan. 19 at 6:35 p.m., Pamela Lindsey, 55, of Ferry Street was driving a Toyota Camry on Washington Street.