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Middletown Arrests: Dec. 4-18

The following information was provided by the Middletown Police public information officer. An arrest does not constitute a conviction and all defendants are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

 

Middletown Police report the following incidents:  

FAILURE TO RESPOND, SECOND-DEGREE FAILURE TO APPEAR — On Dec. 18 at 3:30 p.m., Michael L. Diorio, 26, of Wangum Road, Westbrook, was brought in on an outstanding warrant from New Haven.

IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE, INSURANCE FAILS MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS, EVADING< FAILURE TO DRIVE IN PROPER LANE, POSSESSION NARCOTICS, USE OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, POSSESSION OF ALCOHOL BY MINOR — On Dec. 18 at 4:48 p.m., Patrick J. Meadows, 21, of Aresco Drive turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.

INSURANCE FAILS MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS, OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE AND IN VIOLATION OF LICENSE CLASSIFICATION — On Dec. 18, Nick W. Oliver, 59, of Hubbard Street was driving a Nissan Maxima on Silver Street. 

BREACH OF PEACE — On Dec. 17, police were called to Allison Street about a domestic involving a child, Timothy Turner, and the child's mother, Shermisha C. Spivey, 26, who had left with the child, the report says. The victim said the two were arguing over the child and he was holding the baby, and when she grabbed for the 3-year-old, Turner bit her thumb and hit her face with his keys. Turner said Spivey pushed him in the face. Both were charged.

OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE SUSPENDED — On Dec. 15 at 9:03 p.m., Jeff Brown, 43, of Town Colony Drive was driving a Ford Focus on Westlake Drive.

INTERFERING WITH OFFICER, DISORDERLY CONDUCT — On Dec. 15, Jamere Jackson, 22, of Norfolk Street interfered with the arrest of another person at the Citgo Gas Station on South Main Street, demanding a reason why, the report says, then accused the officer of racial profiling. When asked for ID, the report says Jackson raised his middle finger at the officer and when asked to sit on the ground, he became "irate," pounding his fists on the Subaru and jumped onto the top of the trunk.

TWO COUNTS OPERATION UNDER SUSPENSION — On Dec. 15 at 6:44 p.m., Nelson E. Garcia-Rawlins, 22, of Saybrook Road was driving a Subaru Legacy when police saw him pull into the Citgo Gas Station on South Main Street. The report says he works for the Forest City Chinese restaurant. At 7:55 p.m., Garcia-Rawlins was driving on South Main Street and entered the gas station without signalling, the report says. He kept saying, "Seriously? Seriously?" to police.

SECOND-DEGREE BREACH OF PEACE — On Dec. 15 at 4:50 p.m., Michael Hunihan, 37 of Town Place Drive was at College and Main streets fighting with a woman, police say, with  a bloody face and hands. Police say he was screaming at his wife as he resisted handcuffing and swore at officers. The woman told police they were driving home form a restaurant and Hunihan was drunk and became "irrational and argumentative," while the wife was driving, yelled, "go ahead just divorce me," and exited the car, the report says. Hunihan chased after the car on foot but fell and landed on his face, then screamed and kicked at the car, police indicate. Witnesses confirmed the story and he was sent to Middlesex Hospital for treatment.

OPERATE UNREGISTERED VEHICLE AND IN VIOLATION OF LICENSE CLASSIFICATION, IMPROPER USE MARKER PLATE — On Dec. 14 police were called to Milardo Lane about a suspicious vehicle idling on Milardo Lane after an armed robbery at South Main Wine and Liquor. The report says William Joseph Anderson, 45, of Termont Street, Carver, Mass., was in a Nissan Altima with a plate registered to a Chevrolet pickup, the report says. 

OPERATION MOTOR VEHICLE WHEN LICENSE SUSPENDED — On Dec. 14, Philip K. Donatelli, 36, of Spencer Drive was driving a Ford Explorer on Newfield Street, the report says, while talking on a cell phone.

NON-STUDENT POSSESSING DRUG PARAPHERNALIA NEAR SCHOOL, ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF NARCOTICS, POSSESSION OF DRUGS IN A SCHOOL ZONE — On Dec. 4 at 11 p.m., Karst E. Leila, 20, of Beaver Meadow Road, East Haddam, was seen by police exiting a truck parked in the Community Health Center lot off Grand Street, meet with an individual and drive away. The report says police found a crack pipe on her purse and a canine found .3 grams of crack in her pants that she had just bought for $20 to sell for $30 to someone in Chester.

 

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