Police logs - July 21, 2020
Steven Muniz, 28, of Bronx, N.Y., was charged Sunday with possession of marijuana.
Alan S. Hollandersky, 67, of 7 Town Farm, Ledyard, was charged Saturday with evading responsibility.
Kyle G. Lefelar, 24, of North Potomac, MD, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to drive in the proper lane.
Spenser R. Cortese, 29, of 16 Elderberry Road, was charged Friday with risk of injury to a child.
Carlos A. Boyrie, 34, of 1 Depot Road was charged Friday with failure to register update of email address, instant messenger address and/or similar internet communication identifier of a sex offender.
Randall J. Goven, 31, of 162 Buckeye Road was charged Thursday with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault.
Christy MacTaggart, 46, of New Britain, was charged Thursday with second-degree threatening.
Michelle Mosca, 48, of 470 Gold Star Highway, No. 102, was charged Thursday with second-degree threatening.
Kimberly A. Perry, 40, of 58 Smith St., No. 2, Norwich, was charged Wednesday with traveling unreasonably fast, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and failure to drive in the proper lane.
Melissa Williamson, 36, of 22 Country Club Road was charged July 14 with sixth-degree larceny, second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault.
Jazzmin R. Krohn, 23, of 54 Main St., Norwich, was charged July 13 with driving with a suspended license and leaving a child under 12 unsupervised in place of public accommodation or motor vehicle.
Shariff L. Holder, 41, of 9 Library Lane, Apt B, was charged July 13 with second-degree breach of peace.
Alex K. Peterson, 26, of 29 Golden St., No. 7, New London, was charged July 12 with driving with a suspended license, traveling unreasonably fast, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and possession of less than a half ounce of marijuana.
Jonathan D. Tefft, 27, of 9 Woodsea Place, Waterford, was charged July 12 with third-degree larceny and violation of probation.
Parth R. Shukla, 29, of 26 A Nob Hill Road, New London, was charged July 12 with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and second-degree threatening.
Charles B. Crosby, 56, of 35 Florida St., was charged July 11 with second-degree breach of peace, third-degree assault, second-degree threatening and two counts of second-degree failure to appear in court.
Christopher Hernandez, 19, of 24 Grove St., was charged Sunday with evading responsibility, driving with a suspended license and failure to maintain the proper lane.
Mario Nolasco, 40, of 30 West Coit St. was charged Saturday with third-degree assault, interfering with a 911 call, third-degree strangulation and third-degree criminal mischief.
Nashema Battle, 27, of 27 Konomoc St. was charged Saturday with criminal negligent storage of firearms and position of a large capacity magazine.
Donald Brown, 54, of 180 Norwood Ave. was charged Friday with disorderly conduct and third-degree criminal mischief.
Curt Cartier, 44, of 47 Squire St. was charged Thursday with violation of a protective order.
Joann DeLouis, 30, of 56 St. Regis Ave. was charged June 27 with breach of peace.
Juan Carlos Feliciano, 22, of 181 Broadway, #4, was charged July 12 with interfering with a police officer.
Jesus M. Torres-Pachieco, 28, of 340 Franklin St. was charged July 12 with third-degree assault and breach of peace.
Franklin Fillingame, 71, of 110 Pukallus Ave., #2A14 was charged Saturday with criminal violation of a restraining order.
Nelson Munoz-Colon, 21, of 35 Boswell Ave. was charged Wednesday with criminal violation of a protective order.
Erin Kievits, 34, of 117 Bozrah St., #3, Bozrah, was charged Saturday with violation of probation.
William Wernicki, 21, of 100 North Wawecus Hill Road was charged Saturday with breach of peace.
State police — Montville
William J. Lee, 59, of 16 Pond Road, North Franklin, was charged Saturday in Norwich with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, disobeying the signal of a police officer and making an improper turn.
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