Police logs — April 22, 2019
Edwin Lopez, 57, of 28 McKinley Ave. was charged Friday with breach of peace and second-degree criminal mischief.
Jose A. DeGracia, 48, of 24 Mopsic St. was charged Friday with driving while using a hand held cellphone and driving with a suspended license.
Joel Aristy, 24, of 176 Cliff St., Apt. B, was charged Saturday with driving while using a hand held cellphone and driving with a suspended license.
Jonathan Marzan-Rivera, 33, of 102 Stonington Road was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct, interfering with an emergency call, third-degree assault and second-degree strangulation.
Michelle Caron, 20, of 266 Devotion Road, Baltic, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and driving with suspended license.
Michael V. Amentola, 25, of Wilmington, Mass., was charged Saturday with second-degree breach of peace.
Robin L. Walls, 21, of 2 Prospect St., Apt. 1, Pawcatuck, was charged Sunday with with second-degree failure to appear in court and driving with a suspended license.
John Waddington, 55, of 10 Courtland St., Pawcatuck, was charged Saturday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, traveling unreasonably fast and failure to drive right.
Guillermo Tolentino, 64, of 5 Griswold Court, New London, was charged Saturday with posession of narcotics and improper color of stop lamps.
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