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Police logs - Nov. 22

Published November 22. 2013 4:00AM

New London

Shariff Holder, 34, of 101 Niles Hill Road was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct and third-degree criminal mischief.


George Mushero, 42, of no certain address was charged Wednesday with possession of synthetic cannabis.

Christopher Etuka, 29, of 50 Central Ave. was charged Wednesday with possession of synthetic cannabis and sale of synthetic cannabis.

Carmen Cardona, 47, of 7 James St. was charged Wednesday with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct.

James Wallington, 46, of Colchester was charged Tuesday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

State police - Colchester

Edgardo Tomes, 45, of 63 Sholes Ave., Norwich, was charged Nov. 16 in Bozrah with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to drive in the proper lane.

Matthew J. Kwapniewski, 34, of 90 Gungy Road, Salem, was charged Nov. 7 in Salem with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and improper parking.

Heather Bordeleau, 62, of 11 Nehantic Trail, Niantic, was charged Nov. 2 in Colchester with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to drive right and violation of a traffic commission regulation.

State police - Montville

Gary Kobelski, 28, of 476 Chesterfield Road, Oakdale, was charged Monday in Norwich with speeding and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.


Edwin Doss, 30, of 71 West St. was charged Wednesday with third-degree burglary, third-degree larceny and third-degree criminal mischief.

Rafael Robles-Medranda, 34, of 108 Ocean Ave., New London, was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license or registration and failure to have reflectors.

Police logs reflect arrests, not convictions. For information on the outcome of criminal and motor vehicle arrests: www.jud2.ct.gov/crdockets/SearchByDefDisp.aspx.

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