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Police logs - Nov. 23

Published November 23. 2013 4:00AM

New London

Scotty Valladares, 22, of 237 Third Ave. was charged Friday with interfering with an officer.

Sheyla Burgos-Munoz, 24, of 40 Crystal Ave., No. 81, was charged Thursday with second-degree breach of peace.


Judith Leffingwell, 47, of 490 W. Main St. was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct and threatening.

John Lopresti, 27, of no certain address was charged Thursday with interfering with an officer and sixth-degree larceny.

State police - Montville

Haleigh Eccleston, 20, of Griswold was charged Thursday in Montville with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault.

Kelsie Vanwormer, 21, of Voluntown was charged Thursday in Montville with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault.


Mark Melly, 56, of 9 Ridge Trail, East Lyme, was charged Thursday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

Robert Lopez, 21, of 13 Wightman St., New London, was charged Thursday with speeding and driving with a suspended license or registration.

Kathryn Amanti, 51, of 36 Sullivan Road, Salem, was charged Thursday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and driving too fast for conditions.

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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