Police logs - April 27, 2018
John Quinn, 62, of 407 Boston Post Road, Waterford, was charged Tuesday with possession of drug paraphernalia and interfering with an officer.
Michele Matrumalo, 47, of Exeter, R.I., was charged Wednesday with first-degree failure to appear in court.
James Nesselrode Jr., 28, of 126 Lestertown Road was charged Monday with reckless burning, possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Miguel A. Garcia Jr., 52, of 14 Hamilton Ave., Apt. 4, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to obey a control signal.
Douglas G. Demelo, 30, of Everett, Mass., was charged Thursday with third-degree assault on a pregnant person, third-degree assault, breach of peace, unlawful restraint and three counts of risk of injury to a minor.
Michael T. Dorantes, 32, of 44 Lauren Lane, Norwich, was charged Tuesday with violation of probation or conditions of release.
Rachel Lastes, 23, of 849 Buddington Road was charged April 18 with second-degree failure to appear in court.
Richard C. Skodinski, 27, of 29 Corey Lane, East Lyme, was charged Thursday with speeding, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and driving with a suspended license.
Christopher Whitley, 31, of 33 Walden Ave. was charged Wednesday with unsafe lane change, driving with a suspended license, two counts of possession of narcotics, two counts of possession of narcotics with intent to sell, possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Samuel Rivas, 35, of Hartford was charged Monday with three counts each of violation of a protective order and violation of a standing criminal protective order.
George Patterson, 46, of 24 Fairway Drive, Apt. 3, Ledyard was charged Monday with disorderly conduct.
Jarvis Vega, 22, of 118 Asylum St. was charged Sunday with speeding and reckless driving.
Nathan Smith, 19, of 26 Hobart Ave., third floor, was charged Wednesday with failure to respond to an infraction and second-degree failure to appear in court.
Jadessa Gilliard-Holmes, 20, of 61 Summit St. was charged Tuesday with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol by a minor, failure to have headlights, driving without insurance, driving with a suspended license, evading responsibility and driving an unregistered motor vehicle.
Michael Cullen, 36, of 178 Norwich Ave. was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended license, driving with a suspended registration, failure to maintain insurance and possession of marijuana.
Dylan Donahue, 28, of 34 Broadway was charged Thursday with driving with a suspended license, driving with a suspended registration and failure to have tail lamps.
State police — Montville
Michael Anthony Clark, 59, of 33 Preston Allen Road, Lisbon, was charged Thursday with second-degree failure to appear in court.
William John Smith, 48, of 303 Mohegan Park Road, Apt. 95, Norwich, was charged Tuesday in Preston with driving an unregistered motor vehicle and driving with a suspended license or registration.
Garrett P. Burger, 19, of 122 River Road, Pawcatuck, was charged Wednesday with second-degree failure to appear in court.
Malik Lewis, 20, of 174 Route 12, Groton, was charged Wednesday with fifth-degree larceny.
Kristopher Moore, 34, of 13 Washington St., New London, was charged Wednesday with second-degree failure to appear in court, improper use of plates, insurance coverage fails minimum requirements and driving a motor vehicle when registration is refused, suspended or revoked.
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