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Police logs - June 29

Published June 29. 2014 4:00AM

Groton City

Kevin A. Mason, 26, of 9 Pequot Road, Uncasville, was charged Friday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

Groton Town

Aisha S. Ahmad, 39, of Waipahu, Hawaii, was charged Friday with second-degree criminal trespass, third-degree burglary, interfering with an officer and sixth-degree larceny.

Brandon R. Wheeler, 29, of 21 Crestview Drive, Gales Ferry, was charged Friday with evading responsibility.

New London

Scott Roberts, 44, of Southington was charged Saturday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

Henry Ortiz, 42, of 13 Ledge Road was charged Saturday with interfering with an officer.

Griselle Ortiz-Archilla, 23, of 13 Ledge Road was charged Saturday with interfering with an officer.

Stonington

Andrew Clark, 37, of 86 Salt Acres Road was charged Friday with third-degree assault, interfering with an officer, failure to submit to fingerprinting and risk of injury to a minor.

Waterford

Lawrence Dorr, 40, of 35 Ayers Drive, Canterbury, was charged Friday with criminal impersonation, interfering with an officer, using a cellphone while driving, driving with a suspended license or registration and fourth-degree larceny.

Jeremy Cimmino, 21, of 4 Seventh Ave. was charged Friday with failure to illuminate rear license plate and driving with a suspended license or registration.

John Meara, 35, of 76 Olive St. was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended license or registration, failure to maintain minimum insurance coverage, driving an unregistered motor vehicle and traveling unreasonably fast.

Nickolas Marcelo, 22, of 19 Terrace Ave., New London, was charged Thursday with third-degree assault.

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