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Police logs - Oct. 14

Published October 14. 2012 4:00AM

Groton City

Jose Rivera, 40, of 42 Fountain St., Norwich, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, driving with a suspended license or registration and failure to have headlamps on.

Lisa M. Cornish, 31, of 162 Branford Ave. was charged Saturday with third-degree assault.

New London

Cara M. Sooknah, 24, of Bristol, R.I., was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and driving the wrong way.

Isai Perez, 22, of Willimantic was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended license, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, failure to obey a stop sign, misuse of license plates, failure to carry proper insurance and criminal impersonation.

Heather R. Wright, 35, of 19 Terrace Ave. was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to use a turn signal, driving with a suspended license and driving without insurance.

Jean F. Merilo, 49, of 45 Cutler St. was charged Friday with risk of injury to a minor.

Norwich

Hector L. Cuevas-Rivera, 29, of 124 W. Main St., Baltic, was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended license.

Brittney Manwaring, 23, of 136 N. Bride Brook Road, Niantic, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended license.

Aimee L. Wickless, 36, of 5 Jennings St. was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Stonington

Jorge Velez, 41, of 51 Belden St., New London, was charged Friday with breach of peace
and criminal violation of a protective order.

Waterford

Tyler Gurnam-Foley, 21, of 180 Rope Ferry Road was charged Friday with evading responsibility.

Kimberlea Wardell, 20, of 49 Sachem St., Norwich, was charged Friday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

The state judicial branch website has information on the outcome of criminal and motor vehicle arrests. Go to: http://www.jud2.ct.gov/crdockets/SearchByDefDisp.aspx.

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