Police logs - April 17, 2019
Davante A. Barlowe, 27, of 180 ½ Palmer St. Ext. was charged Saturday with misuse of plates, driving with a suspended license and driving without insurance.
Michael A. Vincente-Mendoza, 24, of 27 Shetucket Ave. was charged Monday with driving with a suspended license, use of a cellphone while driving and breach of peace.
Jason A. Gilliard, 26, of 21 Anthony St., Jewett City was charged Monday with third-degree criminal mischief.
Griffin T. Ries, 18, of 26 Greene Ave., Apt. 5, was charged Tuesday with traveling unreasonably fast and driving with a suspended license.
Michael L. Cullen, 37, of 70 Orchard St. was charged Tuesday with two counts of second-degree failure to appear in court.
Malik A. Brown, 32, of 120 Cliff St. was charged Tuesday with violation of probation.
State police — Montville
Jessica Hilbert, 39, 37 Spring St., New London, was charged Thursday in Montville with criminal impersonation, driving with a suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree failure to appear and violation of probation.
Gabriel R. Commons, 25, of 74 School St., Groton, was charged Monday with driving with a suspended license, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, distracted driving and failure to drive right.
Ryan O'Donnell, 33, of Ashaway, R.I., was charged Monday with first-degree failure to appear in court.
Boris Lopez-Hernandez, 35, of 11 Graham St., New London, was charged Monday with operating an unregistered vehicle and driving with a refused, suspended or revoked license.
Clifford Raymond, 18, of 78 Hunts Brook Road, Quaker Hill, was charged Monday with breach of peace and threatening.
Juanita Guzman, 33, of 6 Alewife Road was charged Monday with driving with a refused, suspended or revoked license.
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