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                                                                                    Police blotter
     Bristol police reported       driving under influence and         Jacobs St., Bristol was             under four ounces of mari-       Sept. 13 court date.                   also arrested in a separate
the following arrests:             failure to have lights lit. She     arrested on Sept. 2 and             juana. He was given a Sept.           •Bethan A. Lee, 21, of            incident and charged with
     •Kenneth Eylosius, 57,        was given a Sept. 20 court          charged with disorderly             13 acourt date.                  338 Jude Lane, Southington             third degree criminal mis-
of 371 Farmington Ave.,            date.                               conduct. He was given a                  •Patrick Holley, 28, of     was arrested on Sept. 5 and            chief and failure to be fin-
Bristol was arrested on Sept.           •Mark P. Dube, 47, of          Sept. 3 court date and              40 Skinner Dr., New Britain      charged with driving under             gerprinted. He was held on
7 and charged with disor-          100 Laurel St., Bristol was         released on a written prom-         was arrested on Sept. 1 and      the influence and improper             a $2,500 bond.
derly conduct. He was given        arrested on Sept. 10 and            ise to appear.                      charged with fourth degree       turn. She was given a Sept.                 •Aaron H. Sehl, 31, of
a Sept. 20 court date.             charged with third degree                •Leo Girardin, 58, of 56       larceny. He was held on a        13 court date.                         31 Susan Lane, Bristol was
     •Wayne Daigle, 44, of         larceny, and two counts of          Judd Rd., Terryville was            $10,000 bond.                         •Christian Mendez, 21,            arrested on Sept. 5 and
45 Irving St., first floor, was    second degree forgery. He           arrested on Sept. 2 and                  •Adam Martin, 21, of 21     of 154 Park St., Bristol was           charged with violation of a
arrested on Sept. 8 and            was held on a $5,000 bond.          charged with possession of          Grove St., Bristol was arrest-   arrested on Sept. 4 and                protective order. He was
charged with third degree               •David Dzieidzic, 31, of       narcotics, failure to keep          ed on Sept. 1 and charged        charged with third degree              given a Sept. 7 court date.
assault and second degree          170 North St., Bristol was          narcotics in the original           with second degree breach        assault, and second degree                  •Michael Cruz, Jr., 21,
threatening. He was held on        arrested on Sept. 9 and             container. He was given a           of peace, second degree          breach of peace. Bond on               of 135 Willow St., Waterbury
a $25,000 bond.                    charged with third degree           Sept. 13 court date.                harassment,        interfering   those charges was set at               was arrested on Sept. 5 and
     •Manuel           Rosado-     assault, breach of peace,                •Jose Bonaparte, 34, of        with officer and suspended.      $5,000 and he was held. He             charged with burglary, first
Rivera, 20, of 61 Rollinson        and third degree criminal           37 Summer St, Bristol was           He was released on a             also was arrested in a sec-            degree criminal mischief,
Rd., Bristol was arrested on       mischief. He was held on a          arrested on Sept. 2 and             $20,000 bond and given a         ond incident and charged               third degree larceny, con-
Sept. 8 and charged with           $5,000 bond.                        charged with third degree           saept. 2 court date.             with risk of injury and sec-           spiracy to burglary and pos-
violation of a protective               •Jason D. Rutovich, 38,        assault and second degree                •Daniel Rodriguez, 43,      ond degree breach of peace.            session of burglary tools. He
order and second degree            of 410 Emmett St., Bristol          breach of peace. He was             of 7 Boardman Rd., Bristol       He was held on a $10,000               was held on a $25,000 bond.
harassment. His bond was           was arrested on Sept. 9 and         given a Sept. 3 court date.         was arrested on Sept. 3 and      bond on those charges.                      •Heylee Rodriguez, 22,
set at $25,000. He also was        charged with violation of                •Mathew R. Laiacone,           charged with driving under            •Peter D. Rolny, 36, of           of 135 Willow St., Waterbury
arrested in a second inci-         protective order. He was            34, of 10 Pine Brook Terrace,       the influence, unregistered      12 Spindle Hill Rd., Wolcott           was arrested on Sept. 5 and
dent and charged with vio-         given a Sept. 10 court date.        No. 24, Bristol was arrested        motor vehicle, failure to        was arrested on Sept. 2 and            charged with burglary, first
lation of a protective order            •Gabriel Concepcion,           on Sept. 2 and charged with         grant a right of way at an       charged with possession of             degree mischief and third
and second degree harass-          42, of 1225 Queen St.,              third degree criminal mis-          intersection. He was given a     narcotics, possession of               degree larceny, conspiracy
ment. His bond was set at          Southington was arrested            chief and second degree             Sept. 13 court date.             marijuana, possession of               to burglary and possession
$50,000 on those charges.          on Sept. 9 and charged with         breach of peace. He was                  •Lori Hawksley, 39, of      drug          paraphernalia,           nof      burglary      tools.
     •John C. Bahlinger, 60,       third degree assault and            given a Sept. 13 court date.        187 Blakeslee St., Bristol was   improper license plate, and            Rodriguez was held on a
of 27 Brookside Dr., Bristol       second degree breach of                  •Yvonne E. Blake, 45, of       arrested on Sept. 4 and          wrong color brake light. He            $25,000 bond.
was arrested on Sept. 8 and        peace. He was given a Sept.         55 West St., Bristol was            charged with sixth degree        was given a Sept. 13 court                  •Jonathon Rodriguez,
charged with second degree         10 court date.                      arrested on Sept. 1 and             larceny. She was given a         date.                                  19, of 135 Willow St.,
breach of peace and third               •Anthony Fera, 39, of          charged with second degree          Sept. 13 court date.                  •Johnny Torres, 23, of            Waterbury was arrested on
degree assault. He was given       208 Gospel Lane, Portland           failure to appear. She was               •Sylwester Kubanek,         3335 Saratoga St., Brooklyn,           Sept. 5 and charged with
a Sept. 9 court date.              was arrested on Sept. 2 and         given a Sept. 13 court date.        22, of 17 Sunrise Terrace,       NY was arrested on Sept. 3             burglary, first degree crimi-
     •Russell Cone, 45, of         charged with violation of a              •Tammy Dubois, 25, of          Bristol was arrested on Sept.    and charged with second                nal mischief, third degree
1160 South Main St.,               protective order. His bond          38 Barnham St., Bristol was         4 and charged with second        degree breach of peace and             larceny, conspiracy to bur-
Middletown was arrested on         was set at $20,000 and he           arrested on Aug. 31 and             degree breach of peace and       interfering with a 911 call.           glary and possession of bur-
Sept. 8 and charged with           was given a Sept. 2 court           charged with four counts of         third     degree      assault.   He was given a $25,000                 glary tools. He was held on a
driving under the influence        date.                               risk of injury to minor. He         Kubanek was given a Sept. 7      bond.                                  $25,000 bond. He also was
and operating under sus-                •Jeremy Fortin, 32 of 21       was given a Sept. 13 court          court date.                           •Jessica Gustafson, 31,           arrested in a second inci-
pension. He was held on a          Divinity St., Bristol was           date.                                    •Raynor Kubanek, 22,        of 91 Jacobs St., Bristol was          dent and charged with first
$2,500 bond.                       arrested on Sept. 2 and                  •Willie Likely, 43, of         of 17 Sunrise Terrace, Bristol   arrested on Sept. 3 and                degree failure to appear and
     •Melissa Couture, 28, of      charged with second degree          122 High St., Bristol was           was arrested on Sept. 4 and      charged with driving under             held on a $15,000 bond.
141 Alling St., Berlin was         failure to appear. His bond         arrested on Sept. 1 and             charged with second degree       the influence and failure to                •Carey Callahan, 53, of
arrested on Sept. 9 and            was set at $10,000.                 charged with third degree           breach of peace. Kubanek         signal. He was given a Sept.           29 Anderson Ave., Bristol
charged with violation of a             •Conrado Balagtas, 61,         assault, second degree              was given a Sept. 7 court        13 court dat.                          was arrested on Sept. 5 and
protective order and second        of 218 Prospect St., Bristol        breach of peace, unlawful           date.                                 •Jose Bonaparte, 31, of           charged with second degree
degree harassment. She was         was arrested on Sept. 2 and         restraint and interfering. He            •Kerry R. Langlais, 32,     37 Summer St., Bristol was             breach of peace and third
given a Sept. 10 court date.       charged with third degree           was held on a $25,000 bond.         of 82 Tulip St., Bristol was     arrested on Sept. 3 and                degree assault. He was held
     •Roslyn K. Valentine,         assault and disorderly con-              •Jennifer Swegman, 34,         arrested on Sept. 4 and          charged with violation of              on a $20,000 bond.
152 North Main St.,                duct. His bond was set at           of 120 Ledge Rd., Plainville        charged with failure to drive    probation and failure to be
Terryville was arrested on         $25,000.                            was arrested on Sept. 1 and         right and driving under the      fingerprinted. He was held
Sept. 10 and charged with               •Jason Rabis, 22, of 113       charged with possession of          influence. He was given a        on a $75,000 bond. He was




Mix Street from Coventry to Maltby to be closed until Oct. 1
    The City of Bristol will       existing roadway until Oct.         includes the installation of            Access will be provided      around the construction               questions or concerns.
be closing the portion of          1.                                  storm drainage, sidewalks,         to all private properties and     site.
Mix Street from Coventry                The project is funded          roadway pavement, road-            the commuter parking lot at             Please contact the
Road to Maltby Street for          by the “American Recovery           side barrier and pavement          all times. A detour will be       Department of Public Works
the reconstruction of the          and Reinvestment Act” and           markings.                          provided to direct traffic        at (860)584-6297 with any



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