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Middlefield Police Blotter: May 22 - June 2

The following reports were obtained by Connecticut State Police.

 

Tuesday, May 22 

David Wayne Schumann, 55, of 21 Seminole Road, Middlefield, was arrested and charged with third degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct. According to a report, Schumann damaged property and engaged in a physical altercation with his victim. 

Friday, May 25

Police issued Lindsey Atwater, 27, of Middlefield a written warning for failure to drive in the proper lane. According to a report, Atwater was traveling east on Route 66 in Middlefield around 6 a.m. when she fell asleep at the wheel, lost control of her vehicle and struck a stonewall and road sign. No injuries were reported.

Sunday, May 27

Sarah Valentine, 24, of Middletown, was arrested and charged with criminal impersonation. According to a report, police stopped Valentine for speeding on Route 66 in Middlefield and she identified herself as Kareece Holley. A subsequent search found that Holley was wanted on an arrest warrant issued by Hartford Police. While Valentine was being placed under arrest she produced a valid driver's license, according to police, and was taken into custody for criminal impersonation. A search found that valentine was wanted on an arrest warrant by Middletown Police. 

Monday, May 28 

Police are investigating a hit-and-run accident in Middlefield. According to police,  a vehicle attempting to turn onto Jackson Hill Road from Cedar Street was struck by another vehicle. The driver in question evaded the scene. No injuries were reported.

Saturday, June 2

Police responded to a rollover accident along Route 157. The driver, 64-year-old Donald O'Neill of Middlefield, was taken by ambulance to Middlesex Hospital with unknown injuries. According to a report, O'Neill lost control of his Ford Ranger pickup truck and hit a telephone pole before rolling over.

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