Police logs - Jan. 17, 2019
Tina M. Bonanno, 38, of 9 Magnolia Court was charged Wednesday with first-degree trespass and second-degree breach of peace.
Danny J. Singer, 28, of 38 Lee Ave. was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license and driving without a seatbelt.
Rasheed Avinger, 25, of Boston, Mass., was charged Tuesday with criminal violation of a protective order, second-degree breach of peace and interfering with a police officer.
Julio Colon, 38, of Willimantic, was charged Monday with two counts of second-degree failure to appear in court.
Eric K. Smith, 46, of 10 Reuven Drive, Ledyard, was charged Monday with using a cellphone while driving, driving an unregistered vehicle and driving with a suspended license.
Bobbie Jo Viger, 48, of 1596 Route 85, Oakdale, was charged Monday with two counts of second-degree failure to appear in court.
Shawn Guess, 55, of 17 Alger St., Apt. 2, was charged Monday with possession of cocaine.
Eduardo Cordero, 59, of 125 Pequot Ave. was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to drive right and traveling too fast for conditions.
Taylor Z. Stevens, 20, of 54 South A St. was charged Wednesday with breach of peace and criminal mischief.
Corey McCassin, 21, of 252 Old Canterbury Turnpike was charged Wednesday with disorderly conduct and unlawful restraint.
State Police - Montville
Juan M. Rodriguez, 48, of Bronx, N.Y., was charged Tuesday in East Lyme with theft of license plates, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, improper use of plates and driving without minimum insurance.
Megan Dydo, 29, of 8 Summer St., New London, was charged Tuesday in Norwich with second-degree failure to appear in court.
Matthew Kessler, 52, of 1584 Hartford Turnpike, Montville, was charged Tuesday with three counts of second-degree failure to appear and violation of conditions of release.
Joel Turkia, 31, of Brooklyn, was charged Tuesday with violation of probation.
Griffin Sullivan, 30, of 43 New Shore Road was charged Wednesday with second-degree failure to appear in court.
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