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Montville and State Police Logs - Sept. 7 to Sept. 14

The following arrest and charge information was supplied by Montville and Conn. State Police and does not constitute a conviction.

 

Sept. 7

Sean R. Wilson, 28, of 66 Pine St., Norwich, who police pulled over for not wearing a seat belt, was charged with driving under the influence.  His passenger, Richard Durham, whose date of birth was not listed by police, allegedly tried to throw marijuana out the car window; he was charged with possession. And, it turns out that Wilson had an outstanding warrant for failing to appear in court.

Sept. 8

Police charged Thomas C. Benjamin, 44, of 2 B ST., Groton, with driving under the influence after a car stop on Rt. 32.

Daniel T. Callagahn, 47, of 27 Oak Road was charged with driving under the influence.

Sept. 11

Seth A. Puskarenko, 30, of 168 Kitemeag Road, Apt. B was charged with breach of peace.

Alan Frazier, 32, of 2502 Rt. 32, Uncasville was charged following a physical altercation with a woman while a child was present. He was charged with risk of injury to a minor, first-degree disorderly conduct and criminal mischief. He was immediately held on $15,000 bail.

Police charged a Preston woman with first-degree failure to appear on a multi-felony case against her. Marissa Ann Schimelfanick, 22, was held on $300,000 bond. The failure to appear was on a November 2011 case where she was charged with six felony drug charges. She and another Preston resident were charged with possession and possession with intent to sell after police seized more than 250 ‘bags’ of heroin nearly 50 ‘bags’ of cocaine.

Jonathan C. George, 54, of 320 Massapeag Side Road, Uncasville was charged with driving under the influence.

Sept. 12

John D. Welch, 49, was charged with driving under the influence.

Sept. 13

Holly L. Belanger, 39, of Plainfield was charged with driving under the influence after a Rt. 32 car stop. 

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