Police logs - March
Teresa Bonn, 81, of 228 F St. was charged Friday with failure to drive right, driving with a suspended license and failure to obey an officer’s signal.
Lisa Jo Reppenhagen, 26, of West Haven, was charged Friday with risk of injury to a child and second-degree reckless endangerment.
Jamie N. Bessette, 33, of 173 Route 12 was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving with a suspended license, failure to drive in the proper lane and driving while using a handheld device.
Justin L. Buchannan, 40, of 38 Cottage St. was charged Friday with breach of peace, first-degree criminal trespass, and second-degree threatening.
Dolores Guzman-Maldonado, 46, of 31 Grand St., Apt. 2, New London, was charged Friday with third-degree larceny.
Victoria L. Nelson, 20, of Lebanon, was charged Saturday with driving as a minor with an elevated blood alcohol content.
Brian Hines, 61, of 56 Harris Road Extension, Salem, was charged Saturday with breach of peace.
Carla M. Montes, 28, of 69 Oakwood Knoll, Norwich, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to obey a traffic control signal and possession of less than a half ounce of marijuana.
Tornando Robinson, 32, of 730 State Pier Road was charged Sunday with second-degree breach of peace, possession of a hallucinogen, possession of a hallucinogen or narcotic with intent to sell, carrying a dangerous weapon and assault on emergency medical staff.
Jada L. Cobble, 41, of Ashway, R.I., was charged Thursday with second-degree failure to appear in court.
Dylan M. McGuire, 24, of no certain address, was charged Sunday with two counts of second-degree failure to appear in court, first-degree failure to appear in court and failure to pay or plead.
Steven Zelepos, 21, of 693 New London Turnpike was charged Sunday with driving with a suspended license.
Police logs reflect arrests, not convictions. Visit www.jud2.ct.gov/crdockets/SearchByDefDisp.aspx to learn the outcomes of criminal and motor vehicle arrests.
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