Groton Town police make 4 arrests after recovering stolen vehicle

From left: William K. Llorens, 58, of New London; Sandra E. Rose, 24, of Salem; Amber Lynn Allard, 27, of no certain address, and Amy L. Coleman, 33, of New London (Photos courtesy of Groton Town police)
From left: William K. Llorens, 58, of New London; Sandra E. Rose, 24, of Salem; Amber Lynn Allard, 27, of no certain address, and Amy L. Coleman, 33, of New London (Photos courtesy of Groton Town police)

Groton — Town police on Monday recovered a stolen vehicle and made four arrests while conducting a surveillance operation outside a local hotel.

Police, who did not name the hotel, said they were working with the Regional Community Enhancement Task Force when a vehicle caught their eye. They quickly identified it as stolen out of Hartford.

Officers stopped the vehicle, detained its four occupants and searched it, police said.

Police said they found and seized an unspecified amount of narcotics along with various drug paraphernalia during their investigation.

William K. Llorens, 58, of 27 Catherine St., New London, was charged with first-degree larceny.

Sandra E. Rose, 24, of 159 Old Colchester Road, Salem, was charged with first-degree larceny and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Amber Lynn Allard, 27, of no certain address, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree failure to appear in court.

Amy L. Coleman, 33, of 33 Ann St., New London, was charged with possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Police said the stolen vehicle, impounded at Groton Town Police Headquarters, will be returned to its owner.

Anyone with information regarding illegal drug activity is urged to contact police at (860) 441-6712. All calls will be kept confidential.

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