Police logs - Jan. 18, 2020
Carmella Roberts, 41, of 6 Mitchell Court, Apt. 2, was charged Wednesday with second-degree assault and possession of a dangerous weapon.
Deacon Dahlquist, 34, of 10 Rosemary St. was charged Wednesday with evading responsibility and driving with a suspended license.
Shane Caminiti, 29, of 6 Mitchell Court, Apt. 2, was charged Wednesday with second-degree assault, carrying a dangerous weapon, third-degree strangulation and violation of a protective order.
MacKenzie T. Brayman, 23, of 72 Wintechog Hill Road, North Stonington, was charged Thursday with possession of narcotics.
Aaron Gooden, 26, of 104 Mediterranean Lane, Norwich, was charged Thursday with possession of narcotics.
Keyla I. Badillo, 31, of 172 Connecticut Ave., Apt. 3, was charged Thursday with second-degree failure to appear in court.
Kayleigh Cabral, 31, of 12 Robinson St., Stonington, was charged Thursday with breach of peace.
Alicia N. Kanu, 32, of 23 S. Second Ave. was charged Thursday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving without a license and failure to have lights lit.
Daniel Fetta, 20, of Hebron was charged Friday with operation of a motor vehicle by a minor with an elevated blood alcohol level and unsafe backing.
Cheyenne De-Lillo, 23, of 1591 Norwich-New London Turnpike, Uncasville, was charged Friday with evading responsibility.
State police - Montville
Robert W. Cutler, 59, of 6 Carolina Drive, Apt. 18, Montville, was charged Wednesday in Montville with violation of probation.
Jamey Ingerson, 43, of 189 Chapel Hill Road, Oakdale, was charged Thursday with failure to register as a violent sex offender.
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