Friday, May 8, 2009 The Step Saver/ The Observer To advertise, call (860) 628-9645 5 Police blotter Bristol police reported arrested on April 25 and nal mischief, suspension, Jusino, 18, of 148 West St., was arrested on April 28 and on May 1 second degree the following arrests: charged with two counts of and failure to return sus- Bristol was arrested on April charged with no front plate breach of peace, third •Eric Pratt, 22, of 50 second degree failure to pended license. He was 24 and charged with assault and having a weapon in degree criminal mischief, Elaine Dr., Bristol was appear. He was given a May given an April 27 court date. on a pregnant woman, sec- motor vehicle. His bond was and interfering with a 911 arrested on April 25 and 4 court date. •Daniel A. Denny, 49, of ond degree breach of piece, set at $2,500 and he was call. He was given a May 1 charged with driving under •Lawrence Palin, 63, of 720 Hill St., Bristol was fourth degree criminal mis- given a May 11 court date. court date. the influence, taillights, and 60 Ingraham Pl., Bristol was arrested on April 26 and chief, sale of narcotics, pos- •Christian Mendez, 24, •Amy Friend, 29, of 112 possession of less than 4 arrested on April 24 and charged with disorderly session with intent to sell of 907 baldwin St., Crown St., Bristol was ounces of marijuana. He charged with driving under conduct, third degree crimi- within 1,500 feet of a school Waterbury was arrested on arrested on April 29 and was given a May 4 court the influence and evading nal mischief, and interfer- zone. He was held on a April 28 and charged with charged with breach of date. responsibility. He was given ing with 911. He was given $100,000 bond. possession of marijuana. He peace. Her bond was set at •Edward Thomas Jr., a May 4 court date. an April 27 court date. •Sean R. Duplessis, 38, was given a May 11 court $10,000 and she was given 28, of 232 Peacedale St., •Eric J. Mitchell, 32, of 6 •Johnny F. Reyes, 25, of of Beech St., was arrested on date. an April 30 court date. Bristol was arrested on April Ruy Ln., Southington was 21 Benham St., D, Bristol April 26 and charged with •Anthony Johnson, 19, •Mark A. Glines, 18, of 25 and charged with second arrested on April 25 and was arrested on April 26 and second degree breach of of 30 Summer St., Bristol 113 North St., Wolcott was degree breach of peace. He charged with protective charged with second degree peace, no insurance, second was arrested on April 28 and arrested on April 29 and was given an April 27 court order, third degree assault, breach of peace and second degree criminal mischief, charged with possession of charged with interfering date. second degree breach of degree threatening. He was suspension and failure to marijuana and no head- with officer and escape cus- •Peter Seranza, 19, of peace and interfering with a held on a $5,000 bond. return a suspended license. lights. He was given a May tody. He was held on a 19 Henry St., Bristol was 911 call. He was held on a •Jeffrey J. Breau, 43, of He was given an April 27 11 court date. $50,000 bond. He also was arrested on April 24 and $25,000 bond and given an 27 Summer St., Bristol was court date. •Eric J. Paradis, 24, of arrested on two separate charged with second degree April 27 court date. arrested on April 27 and •William Gehrken Jr., 101 Jennings Rd., Bristol charges of violation of pro- robbery, home invasion, •Brook Taylor, 21, of 31 charged with second degree 49, of 256 Marcia Dr. was was arrested on May 1 and bation. Each count carried a second degree larceny and Williams St., Bristol was breach of peace. He was arrested on April 27 and charged with violation of a $25,000 bond. second degree conspiracy arrested on April 26 and given an April 28 court date. charged with disorderly protective order, third •Ryan Morawski, 26, of to commit robbery. He was charged with driving while •Arline Martin, 44, of 27 conduct. He was released degree assault, and second 6 Carter Lane, Plantsville held on a $150,000 bond. intoxicated, operating Summer St., Bristol was on a written promise to degree strangulation, and was arrested on April 30 and •Johnnie Vail, 19, of 86 under suspension, failure to arrested on April 27 and appear and was given an second degree breach of charged with violation of a George St., Bristol was return suspended license, charged with second degree April 28 court date. peace. His bond was set at protective order and breach arrested on April 25 and and failure to drive right. breach of peace. He was •Shawn Lachance, 34, $20,000. of peace. He was held on an charged with second degree Taylor was given a May 4 given an April 28 court date. of 61A Pardee St., Bristol •Travis Madore, 18, 111 April 30 court date. larceny, conspiracy to com- court date. •Randall Mongillo, 48, was arrested on April 28 and High Ridge Rd., mit robbery, second degree •Sean R. Duplesis, 38, of 70 Gaylord Apt. 606, charged with possession of Southington was arrested robbery, and home inva- of 71 Beech St., Bristol was Bristol was arrested on April narcotics and possession of sion. He was held on a arrested on April 26 and 24 and was charged with drug paraphernalia. He was Homestyle Italian Cooking... $150,000 bond. charged with second degree fifth degree larceny. He was held on a $50,000 bond. 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