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Police logs - Oct. 13

Published October 13. 2012 4:00AM

Montville

Kyle Montgomery, 20, of Colchester was charged Thursday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving with a suspended license and traveling fast.

New London

Antonio Acevedo, 24, of 11 Truman St., Unit 5, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended license, following too close and second-degree failure to appear in court.

Jason Hicks, 38, of 87 Cook Town Road, Preston, was charged Friday with driving an unregistered motor vehicle, driving with a suspended license and driving without registration or insurance.

Reginald White, 35, of 45 Clark Lane, Waterford, was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended license.

Richard J. Miller, 50, of 290 Old Jewett City Road, Preston, was charged Thursday with violating parole.

Gloria M. Gonzalez, 33, of 22 Spring St., Waterford, was charged Thursday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

Antoinette Augmon, 36, of 310 Norwich Ave., Taftville, was charged Thursday with breach of peace.

Kimberly S. Bolick, 19, of Hopkinton, Mass., was charged Wednesday with misrepresentation of age to procure liquor.

State Police - Montville

Lawrence Flores, 36, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was charged Thursday in East Lyme with fifth-degree larceny, illegal use of a credit card, criminal impersonation and receipt of stolen goods by a credit card.

Stonington

Porta N. Ralls, 28, of 76 Liberty St., Apt. 2, Pawcatuck, was charged Thursday with first-degree failure to appear in court.

Ronald A. Engelhardt, 45, of 256 Flanders Road, Apt. 128, East Lyme, was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended license and driving an unregistered motor vehicle.

Wallace J. Fauquet, 57, of 8 Glasgo Road, Pawcatuck, was charged Wednesday with violation of a protective order and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Sioban R. Maynard, 25, of 35 W. Arch St., Pawcatuck, was charged Wednesday with breach of peace.

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