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Police logs - Nov. 24

Published November 24. 2013 4:00AM

Groton City

Michael Anthony Meyers, 37, of 230 Thames St., Apt. 1R, Groton, was charged Friday with criminal violation of a protective order, disorderly conduct and threatening.

Marybeth Kostek, 34, of 19 Bishop Lane was charged Thursday with breach of peace.

Antonio Easterling, 24, of 65 Crouch St., Apt. 13, was charged Thursday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

Groton Town

Robert F. Cox, 45, of Southington was charged Tuesday with evading responsibility, driving with a suspended or revoked license or registration, driving an unregistered motor vehicle and failure to drive at a reasonable distance.

New London

Ronald Robles, 27, of 68 Buddington Road., No. 7, Groton, was charged Friday with driving with a suspended license and failure to obey a traffic control signal.

Justin Baits, 23, of 11 Cliff St., Floor 2, was charged Saturday with evading responsibility and failure to drive right.

Steven C. McNeely, 28, of Kennett Square, Pa., was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Darryl M. Stefanski, 52, of 169 Montauk Ave., No. 1, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and driving with a suspended license.

Amie Horgan, 42, of 387 Greenhaven Road, Pawcatuck, was charged Saturday with trespassing, disorderly conduct and possession of crack cocaine.

James Karoul, 29, of 35 Payer Lane, Mystic, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to obey a traffic control signal, and driving without headlights.

Norwich

Bruce E. Eldridge Jr., 42, of 520 New London Turnpike, was charged Saturday with traveling too fast, misuse of license plates, driving with a suspended licence, driving without registration and failure to carry proper insurance.

Johnny Baez, 27, of 324 White St. was charged Friday with second-degree breach of peace.

Tammy Mercer, 50, of 167 Harland Road was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to drive right, driving an unregistered motor vehicle and driving with a suspended registration.

State police - Montville

Monica N. Cartagena, 25, of 76 Soucer Ave., Groton, was charged Saturday in Ledyard with speeding and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Jasmin M. Fonseca, 19, of 12 Maple Ave., Westerly, was charged Thursday in Stonington with reckless driving and driving without a license.

Stonington

Deana Marie Catanese, 43, of 23 Swan St., Pawcatuck, was charged Wednesday with breach of peace.

James Michael Mish, 45, of 42 Gold St., was charged Tuesday with criminal violation of a restraining order.

Waterford

Nikol Hilario, 31, of 262 Crystal Ave., New London, was charged Friday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

Eric Welch, 18, of Ballouville was charged Friday with possession of weapons in a motor vehicle, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and traveling unreasonably fast.

Sean Breslin, 25, of 44 Narragansett Ave., Westerly, was charged Thursday with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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