Police logs - April 15, 2018
Kelley Santrock, 44, of Willimantic was charged Friday with failure to respond to infraction.
Aisha Alicea, 30, of Hawaii was charged Friday with first-degree failure to appear in court and second-degree failure to appear in court.
Ronald Fillmore, 47, of 165 Tyler Ave., Groton, was charged Thursday with second-degree breach of peace and second-degree threatening.
Madison Noyes, 25, of 23 Sherman St., Apt. 3, was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct and second-degree criminal mischief.
Gregory Dobrolet, 58, of Cranston, R.I., was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving the wrong way on a one-way street and driving a motor vehicle while using a hand-held mobile telephone.
Dung Tuyen Luu, 75, of 57 Broadway was charged Saturday with second-degree assault and disorderly conduct.
State police - Montville
Nathan Wagner, 44, of Jewett City was charged Friday in Griswold with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and turning without giving an appropriate signal.
Dwight Winston, 50, of 55 Otis St., Norwich, was charged Thursday in Sprague with second-degree criminal mischief.
Richard Schulman, 54, of Colchester was charged Friday with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol and carrying a firearm while under the influence of liquor or drugs.
Tomas Gonzalez-Santana, 71, of 127 Hempstead St., New London, was charged Friday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to display plates and failure to wear a safety belt in the front seat.
Curtis Belin, 52, of 44 Rome Ave., Middletown, was charged Friday with conspiracy, third-degree larceny and third-degree criminal mischief.
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