Police logs - Nov. 21, 2018
Trevor Julius, 42, of 66 Jay St., Apt. 3, was charged Monday with possession of narcotics and possession of narcotics with intent to sell.
Latrice Brown, 29, of 107 Branford Ave., Apt. 12, Groton, was charged Monday with possession of narcotics and possession of narcotics with intent to sell.
Kylene Thompson, 38, of 61 E. Town St. was charged Monday with violation of a protective order.
Dwight Winston, 51, of 120 Cliff St. was charged Tuesday with first-degree criminal trespass.
Nneka Cook-Baker, 24, of 155 Boswell Ave. was charged Monday with failure to obey a stop sign and driving with a suspended license.
State Police — Montville
Yoshean Agron, 24, of New Haven, was charged Monday in Montville with violation of probation.
Jamal Thompson, 29, of 140 Moxley Road, Uncasville, was charged last Wednesday in Sprague with first-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
David M. Brown, 62, of 20 Shepard St., Groton, was charged last Wednesday in Griswold with second-degree failure to appear in court.
Tyler Barber, 33, of 1118 Voluntown Road, Griswold, was charged last Wednesday in Griswold with violation of a protective order.
Damian Frank Gardner, 21, of Wauregan, was charged last Tuesday in Griswold with driving an unregistered motor vehicle, misuse of plates, driving without a license and driving without insurance.
State Police — Westbrook
Scott B. Hall, 55, of 127 Rogers Lake Trail, Old Lyme, was charged Monday in Lyme with third-degree burglary, first-degree criminal mischief and sixth-degree larceny.
Ronald Heraldo Mendez-Sicha, 34, of 295 New Milford Turnpike, New Preston, was charged Nov. 11 in Guilford with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to drive in the proper lane.
Wayne Varga, 46, of 16 Lincoln Ave., New London, was charged Monday with violation of a protective order and breach of peace.
Police logs reflect arrests, not convictions. For the outcomes of criminal and motor vehicle arrests, visit bit.ly/CTConvictions.
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