Police logs - July 21, 2019
Ashley M. Tackling, 25, of 6 Oakridge Drive, Old Lyme, was charged Saturday with failure to have head lights lit and driving with a suspended license.
David Santos, 43, of Meriden was charged Friday with three counts of second-degree failure to appear in court.
Terry Darden, 33, of 199 Brandegee Ave., 2, Groton, was charged Saturday with second-degree burglary, third-degree larceny, interfering with an officer and third-degree criminal mischief.
Sonia Rodriquez, 47, of 163 Huntington St., Unit E9, New London, was charged Sunday with cruelty to animals.
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Ashley J. Braunstein, 28, of Griswold was charged Friday in Griswold with second-degree breach of peace.
John Michael Crow, 47, of Griswold was charged Friday in Griswold with second-degree breach of peace.
Leighanna M. Warick, 30, of 20 Providence-New London Turnpike, North Stonington, Apt. 3, was charged Friday in North Stonington with driving under suspension and following too closely.
Sarah M. Fleming, 43, of 54 Fanning Road, Ledyard, was charged July 12 in Preston on a warrant for second-degree failure to appear in court.
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