Police logs - May 17, 2019

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Mashantucket Pequot Tribal

Desmond Rakim Robinson, 29, of 158 Hawthorne Drive, Apt. 13E, New London, was charged May 9 with first-degree criminal trespass.

Nicole M. Larosa, 24, of 164 Indian Town Road, Ledyard, was charged May 6 with second-degree larceny.

Norwich

Amanda I. Rios, 27, of 527 W. Thames St., No. 27, was charged Tuesday with third-degree assault, risk of injury to a minor, interfering with an emergency call and disorderly conduct.

Rashad A. Pauley, 25, of 142 Bromley St. was charged Tuesday with disorderly conduct, interfering with police and third-degree assault.

Timothy Baillargeon, 36, of 616 Laurel Hill Road was charged Tuesday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

Lindburgh R. McGill Jr., 54, of 103 Talman St. was charged Wednesday with patronizing a prostitute.

Lea E. Grant, 42, of Preston was charged Wednesday with prostitution and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Adam K. Ryder, 43, of Vernon was charged Wednesday with third-degree larceny.

Jorge A. Rivera, 29, of 169 Maple St. was charged Wednesday with third-degree burglary from a motor vehicle and possession of a controlled substance.

State police - Montville

Michael David Helie, 23, of Baltic was charged Wednesday with violation of probation.

Jessica Hilbert, 39, of no certain address was charged Wednesday with first-degree failure to appear in court and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Waterford

Kyle Hair, 39, of 194 Whalehead Road, Gales Ferry, was charged Wednesday with second-degree failure to appear in court, driving with a suspended license and failure to have stop lamps/turn signals.

Stephanie Bien-Aime, 25, of 36 Cleveland St., New London, was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license and tinting windows without sticker.

Andres Cabezas, 28, of 843 Boswell Ave., Norwich, was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, use of a cellphone while driving and driving an unregistered motor vehicle.

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

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