Police logs - Sept. 9, 2018

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New London

Kevin Petry, 41, of 33 Tilley St., No. 6, was charged Friday with violation of a protective order and disorderly conduct.

George S. Harnden, 46, of 193 Broad St., No. 5, was charged Friday with possession of narcotics and sale of narcotics.


Gus Bryant, 52, of 46 School St. was charged Thursday with sixth-degree larceny, five counts of second-degree failure to appear in court, first-degree failure to appear in court and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Dulce Mendes, 30, of 16 Platoz Road, Apt. 6, Uncasville, was charged Saturday with risk of injury to a minor, third-degree assault, breach of peace and interfering with an officer.

State police – Montville

Christopher Rosenbaum, 25, of 1341 Norwich-New London Turnpike, Uncasville, was charged Thursday in Montville with sale of a controlled substance.

Angel Anaya, 20, of 58 Virginia Ave., Groton, was charged Thursday in Montville with possession of a controlled substance.

Police logs reflect arrests, not convictions. For the outcomes of criminal and motor vehicle arrests, visit bit.ly/CTConvictions.

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