Torrington police blotter | Republican-American

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NICHOLAS GIOIELE, 25, 54 Forest St., Torrington, broken taillamp, driving without a license, possession of drug paraphernalia, June 18. Released with promise to appear July 2 in Torrington Superior Court.
SIERRA M. FLEURY, 26, 162 Wood St., Torrington, probation violation, second-degree failure to appear, June 21. Held on $10,000 bond for appearance June 21 in Torrington superior Court.
JENNIFER L. LORD, 43, 185 Winsted Road, Torrington, second-degree breach of peace, third-degree assault, third-degree criminal mischief, violation of a protective order, drug paraphernalia, June 21. Held on $1,500 bond for appearance June 21 in Torrington Superior Court.
MARK A. MILES, 34, 66 Raiano St., Torrington, weapons in a motor vehicle, failure to comply with exhaust pipe standards, driving without minimum insurance, failure to have taillamps, June 21. Released $2,500 bond for appearance in Torrington Superior Court.
SHAMEKA SMITH, 36, homeless, Torrington, disorderly conduct, June 20. Held/released on $500 bond for appearance July 2 in Torrington Superior Court.
WILLIAM HILL, 22, 42 Jarvis St., Cheshire, third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, sixth-degree larceny, Dec. 5, 2016. Held in $75,000 bond for appearance June 20 in Torrington Superior Court.
AMANDA BAILEY, 39, 15 School House Road, Norfolk, possession of a controlled substance (crack cocaine, heroin), drug paraphernalia, June 19. Held on $1,000 bond for appearance June 20 in Torrington Superior Court.
LUIS HERNANDEZ, 34, 437 East Main St. 1A, Waterbury, driving without minimum insurance, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, traveling unreasonably fast, June 18, three counts second-degree failure to appear, June 18. Released on $5,000 bond for appearance June 27 in Waterbury Superior Court, July 2 in Torrington Superior Court, and July 9 in Stamford Superior Court.

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Torrington arrests for June 18, 2018 – The Register Citizen

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DUI: Shane Walker, 22, of 53 Loretta St., Torrington, was arrested June 6 and charged with driving while intoxicated and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released on a non-surety bond of $500 and was scheduled to appear on June 18 in Superior Court in Torrington.
LARCENY: Nicholelynn Smith, 20, of 383 Main St., Torrington, was arrested April 28 and charged with sixth-degree larceny. She was released on a $1,000 non-surety bond and was scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on June 18.
BREACH OF PEACE: Christopher Franzi of 64 Wilmot St., Torrington, was arrested on June 10 and charged with second-degree breach of peace and resisting arrest. He was held on a $5,000 surety bond and was scheduled to appear on June 11 in Superior Court in Torrington.
ASSAULT: Lisa Minelli, 49, of 312 East Main St., Torrington, was arrested on June 9 and charged with third-degree assault and making a false statement. She was held on a $25,000 court-set bond and was scheduled to appear on June 18 in Superior Court in Torrington.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Wendy Roberts, 50, of 33 King St., Torrington, was arrested on June 17 and charged with disorderly conduct. She was held on a $2,500 surety bond and is scheduled to appear on June 25 in Superior Court in Torrington.
ASSAULT: John Quigley, 60, of 3580 Torringford St., was arrested on June 16 and charged with third-degree assault, sexual assault, second-degree breach of peace and second-degree unlawful restraint. He was held on a $5,000 surety bond and was scheduled to appear in court on June 18 in Superior Court in Torrington.
BREACH OF PEACE: Michael Somers, 67, of 19 Rock Hall Road, Colebrook, was arrested on June 15 and charged on with second-degree breach of peach and second-degree threatening. He was held on a $10,000 bond. No court date was available.
BREACH OF PEACE: Nicholas Jankowski, 26, of 56 King St., Torrington, was arrested on June 16 and charged with second-degree breach of peace. He was released on a $500 non-surety bond and was scheduled to appear on June 18 in Superior Court in Torrington.
LARCENY: Emily Lagrave, 23, of 25 East Pearl St., was arrested on June 3 and charged with sixth-degree larceny. No court date was available.
POSSESSION: Tanya Camire, 33, of 12 French St., Torrington, was arrested on June 7 and charged with possession of drug paraphrenalia and three counts of possession of controlled substances: soboxone, heroin and crack cocaine. She was released on a non-surety bond of $1,000 and was scheduled to appear on June 18 in Superior Court in Torrington.
PROTECTIVE ORDER: Brandon Cook, 26, of 62 Chestnut Ave., Apt. 1, was arrested on June 13 and charged with violation of a protective order. He was released on a $1,500 non-surety bond and was scheduled to appear in court on June 14.
BREACH OF PEACE: Willie Landry, 53, of 482 Main St., Torrington, was arrested on June 12 and charged with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree criminal mischief. He was released on a $500 non-surety bond and was scheduled to appear on June 13 in Superior Court in Torrington.
BREACH OF PEACE: Dwayne Damboise, 58, of 25 George St., Torrington, was arrested on June 9 and charged with second-degree breach of peach and negligent pedestrian. He was released on a $500 non-surety bond and was scheduled to appear on June 18 in Superior Court in Torrington.
LARCENY: Marc Edwards, 45, of 142 Oakbrook Lane, was arrested on May 21 and charged with sixth-degree larceny. He was released on a $500 non-surety bond and is scheduled to appear on June 20.
LARCENY: Alisia Burch, 47, of 142 Oakbrook Ln, was arrested on May 21 an charged with fifth-degree larceny on valid warrant. She is scheduled to appear on June 20 in Superior Court in Torrington.
BREACH OF PEACE: Joseph Kalita, 50, of 259 Prospect St., Torrington, was arrested on June 11 and charged with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault. He was held on a $5,000 bond and was scheduled to appear on June 12 in Superior Court in Torrington.
BREACH OF PEACE: Adam Kukish, 31, of 122 Water St., Torrington, was arrested on June 11 and charged with second-degree breach of peace, third-degree assault, resisting arrest and third-degree criminal mischief. We was held on a $25,000 surety bond and was scheduled to appear on June 12 in Superior Court in Torrington.
ANIMAL CRUELTY: Sean Johnson, 44, of 362 Hillside Ave.,Torrington, was arrested on June 2 and charged with animal cruelty. No other information was available in the report.
ANIMAL CRUELTY: Raquel Rodriguez-Johnson, 52, of 362 Hillside Ave, Torrington, was arrested on June 2 and charged with animal cruelty. No other information was available in the report.
ANIMAL CRUELTY: Mark Robbins, 51, of 243 North Elm St., Apt. 1, Torrington, was arrested on June 2 and charged with animal cruelty. No other information was available in the report.
ANIMAL CRUELTY: Darlene Paradis, 52, of 243 North Elm St., Apt. 1, Torrington, was arrested on June 2 and charged with animal cruelty. No other information was available in the report.

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Torrington police blotter, June 13 | Republican-American

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DANIEL TICHY, 41, 61 Shelton Road, Oxford, fifth-degree larceny, March 23. Held on $1,000 surety bond for appearance June 18 in Torrington Superior Court.
CHRISTOPHER M. FRANZI, 46, 64 Wilmot St., second-degree breach of peace, resisting arrest, June 10. Held on $5,000 bond for appearance June 11 in Torrington Superior Court.
NICHOLELYNN E. SMITH, 20, 383 Main St., Apt. 3S, sixth-degree larceny, April 28.
MARK I. ROBBINS, 51, 243 N. Elm St., Apt. 1, animal cruelty, June 2.
DARLENE PARADIS, 51, 243 N. Elm St., Apt. 1, animal cruelty, June 2.
SEAN P. JOHNSON, 43, 362 Hillside Ave., animal cruelty, June 2.
RAQUEL RODRIGUEZ-JOHNSON, 39, 362 Hillside Ave., animal cruelty, June 2.
ADAM T. KUKISH, 31, 122 Water St., Apt. 204, third-degree assault, resisting arrest, third-degree criminal mischief, second-degree breach of peace, June 11. Held on $25,000 surety bond for appearance June 12 in Torrington Superior Court.
TERRANO G. MULLINGS, 21, 95 Clarence St., first-degree failure to appear, June 1. Released on $1,000 bond for appearance June in Torrington Superior Court.
MARC EDWARDS, 45, 142 Oakbrook Lane, fifth-degree larceny, May 21. Released on $500 bond for appearance June 20 in Torrington Superior Court.
ALISIA M. BURCH, 47, 142 Oakbrook Lane, fifth-degree larceny, May 21. Released on $500 bond for appearance June 20 in Torrington Superior Court.

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Torrington police blotter, June 8 | Republican-American

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MATTHEW E. DUNN, 34, 122 Water St., charged on warrant with sale of illegal drugs, Released on $10,000 surety bond pending appearance in Torrington Superior Court June 18.
JOHN S. WILKES, 63, homeless, sixth-degree larceny, May 3. Released on a promise to appear in Torrington Superior Court June 12.
TRACEY C. LAKE, 34, 523 New Road, operating under the influence, evading responsibility, operating under the influence, three counts of failing to obey stop sign, engaging police in pursuit, following too close, June 5. Held on $5,000 surety bond for appearance in Torrington Superior Court June 6.
ANGELA CARR, 37, 42 Goodwin St., second-degree violating the conditions of her release, trespassing, evading responsibility, June 5. Released on $1,500 nonsurety bond for appearance in Torrington Superior Court June 6.
SHAWN MULLEN, 37, 262 Milton Road, Litchfield, sixth-degree larceny, May 30. Issued a misdemeanor summons and scheduled to appear in Torrington Superior Court June 12.
SCOTT C. GUIDI, 289 Notting Hill Gate, second-degree breach of peace, second-degree unlawful restraint, June 5. Released on $1,500 nonsurety bond for appearance in Torrington Superior Court June 6.
PATRICIA M. DEMARR, 59, 29 Clarence St., second-degree violating the conditions of her release, first-degree criminal trespassing, June 5. Released on $1,500 nonsurety bond for appearance in Torrington Superior Court June 6.

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Torrington police blotter | Republican-American

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Torrington police recently filed the following charges:
DAHLIA BOWERS, 27, 26 Sharon Ave., Torrington, sixth-degree larceny, June 3.
LAZARUS CAMACHO, 18, 26 Sharon Ave., Torrington, sixth-degree larceny, June 3.
OSCAR LEE ANDERSON, 49, 711 East Main St., Apt. B4, Torrington, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving with a suspended license, May 21. Released on $1,000 non-surety bond for appearance June 4 in Torrington Superior Court.
JAMES DILLARD, 39, 203 Capewell Ave., Waterbury, possession of crack cocaine with intent to sell, tampering evidence, resisting arrest, May 22. Released on $1,000 cash bond for appearance June 4 in Torrington Superior Court.
RAYMOND T. OSTERHOUDT, 40, 218 East Pearl St., first floor, Torrington, third-degree breach of peace, three-degree assault, June 3. Held on $5,000 surety bond for appearance June 4 in Torrington Superior Court.
FRANK D. STEPHENS, 57, 192 East Elm St., Torrington, second-degree breach of peace, June 2. Held on $2,500 surety bond.
SARA TURNER, 33, 993 Sharon Court, Oviedo, Fla., second-degree breach of peace, risk of injury to a minor, criminal attempt, second-degree assault, June 2. Held on $100,000 surety bond for appearance June 4 in Torrington Superior Court.

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THOMAS N. DOBLE, 60, 122 Water St., Apt. 210, Torrington, second-degree criminal mischief, April 13. Released on $2,500 bond for appearance June 4 in Torrington Superior Court.
ERIN E. TEDESCHI, 44, 314 Red Oak Hill, Torrington, evading responsibility, May 17. Released on a promise to appear May 29 in Torrington Superior Court.
SONYIA M. BISHOP, 18, 160 Rose Circle, Middletown, second-degree breach of peace, second-degree threatening, May 20. Held on $2,500 surety bond for appearance May 21 in Torrington Superior Court.
TINA MOREY, 44, 156 Oak Ave., Apt. 6, Torrington, sixth-degree larceny, April 5. Released on $500 surety bond for appearance May 29 in Torrington Superior Court.
DANIEL MAZZACANE, 27, 279 East Main St., Apt. 2, Torrington, disorderly conduct, May 7. Released on $2,500 non-surety bond for appearance May 21 in Torrington Superior Court.
CHRISTINA M. MARTELLO, 36, 279 East Main St., Apt. 2, Torrington, second-degree breach of peace, May 7. Bond set at $1,500 non-surety bond for appearance May 21 in Torrington Superior Court.
DANIEL J. PALLADINO, 234 Beechwood Ave., Torrington, possession of heroin, failure to have stop lamps, May 20. Released on $500 bond for appearance May 29 in Torrington Superior Court.
CASEY J. MOYERS, 31, 20 Colorado Ave. North, Torrington, possession of narcotics, driving with a suspended license, failure to display lights, May 16. Released on $1,000 non-surety bond for appearance May 29 in Torrington Superior Court.
GLORIA A. CONSOLINI, 25, 214 Funston Ave., Torrington, equipment violation, May 21. Released with promise to appear June 4 in Torrington Superior Court.
KRISTEN D. MARINO, 37, 612 Torringford West St., sixth-degree larceny, May 22. Released with promise to appear June 4 in Torrington Superior Court.
ALICIA JUAN, 28, 45 Clinton St., Torrington, first-degree failure to appear, eight counts second-degree failure to appear, May 22. Held on $92,500 bond for appearance May 22 in Torrington Superior Court.
MARQUEZ D. MORELLI, 19, 126 Washington Ave., Torrington, second-degree failure to appear, May 20. Released on $2,500 bond for appearance May 21 in Torrington Superior Court.
CASEY J. MEYERS, 31, 20 Colorado Ave. N., Torrington, failure to display headlamps, driving with a suspended license, possession of narcotics (heroin). Released on $1,000 bond for appearance May 29 in Torrington Superior Court.

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Torrington police blotter | Republican-American

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Torrington police recently filed the following charges
PAUL J. MILTON, 45, 47 Turner Ave., Torrington, reckless burning, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, May 14. Released on $1,000 bond for appearance May 29 in Torrington Superior Court.
JEAN PATTERSON, 44, 34 South St., first floor apt., Torrington, second-degree breach of peace, interfering with or resisting an officer, assault of personnel, May 19. Held on $25,000 surety bond for appearance May 21 in Torrington Superior Court.
AMADO VILLA, 21, 1 South Main St., Torrington, second-degree breach of peace, May 19. Released on $1,200 bond for appearance May 21 in Torrington Superior Court.
CHRISTOPHER J. KATTEN, 53, 440 Meriden Rd. Apt. 418, Waterbury, operation of motor vehicle under the influence, failure to signal turn or stop, May 13. Released on $1,500 bond for appearance May 21 in Torrington Superior Court.
MICHAEL REFALO, 56, 413 South Main St., Apt. 3, Torrington, operating unregistered motor vehicle, operating motor vehicle without minimum insurance, May 18. Released on a promise to appear for appearance May 29 in Torrington Superior Court.

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Torrington arrests for May 9, 2018 – The Register Citizen

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FAILURE TO APPEAR: Trevor Webb, 26, 4 Pease Ave., Middletown, was arrested on May 6 and charged with first-degree failure to appear. He was held on a $107,500 court-set bond for four warrants. He was due to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on May 7.
DWI: Joshua Boufford, 19, 259 Richards Road Extension, Litchfield, was arrested on East Main Street on May 5 and charged with driving while intoxicated, traveling unreasonably fast, possession of drug paraphernalia, interfering with an officer and possession of a controlled substance. He was released on a $1,500 bond and is scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on May 14.
BREACH OF PEACE: Justin Parlow, 27, of 346 Greenwoods Road, Torrington, was arrested May 5 after police received a 911 call and charged with second-degree breach of peace. He was held on a $1,000 surety bond and is scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on May 14.
SHOPLIFTING: Hailey Collins, 23, of 111 Rivertown Road, Winsted, was arrested May 5 and charged with sixth-degree larceny Police report that Collins took $50.03 in merchandise from a Walmart store. She was released on a promise to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on May 8.
FAILURE TO APPEAR: Bernadette Teti, 30, of 927 East Main St., Torrington, was arrested on a warrant from the Bristol police department for second-degree failure to appear. She was scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on May 8.
BREACH OF PEACE: David Hurley, 29, of 165 Park Ave., Torrington, was arrested and charged with second-degree breach of peace and simple assault on May 4. He was released on a non-surety bond of $500. He was scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on May 7.
FORGERY: Marc Boucher, 30, of 56 New Litchfield Road, Torrington, was arrested on April 30 and charged with first-degree forgery, criminal intent to commit sixth-degree larceny, first-degree criminal trespass and violating a protective order. He was released on a collective surety bond of $11,500 and is scheduled to appear in in Superior Court in Torrington on May 4.
VIOLATION OF PROBATION: Jacqueline Hall, 36, of 69 Pleasant Valley Road, Barkhamsted, was arrested on May 3 and charged with violation of probation. She was released on a $25,000 surety bond and is scheduled to appear in Superior Court in New Britain on May 17.
BREACH OF PEACE: Robert Boudreau, 48, of 118 Lois St., Torrington, was arrested and charged with second-degree breach of peace on May 2. He was released on a $500 surety bond and was scheduled to appear in Superior Court in Torrington on May 3.
LARCENY: Thomas Hall, 48, of 156 Oak Ave., Torrington, was arrested April 5 and charged with sixth-degree larceny. He was held on a court-set bond of $500 and is scheduled to appear on May 14.

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Torrington police blotter, May 9 | Republican-American

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SHERI A. DINATALE, 39, 300 Park Ave., sixth-degree larceny, May 5. Released on $2,500 surety bond for appearance May 14 in Torrington Superior Court.
SARAH OCAL, 37, 77 Marion Ave., Apt. 15, risk of injury, May 7. Bond set at $1,000.

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Torrington may revisit trash plan | Republican-American

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Torrington may revisit trash plan Pay as you throw proposal would have covered budget increase May 7, 2018 – Local – *Tagged: * Torrington – 2 comments BY BRUNO MATARAZZO JR. REPUBLICAN-AMERICAN [image: Torrington Public Works Director Gerry Rollett displays the three different sizes proposed for pay-as-you-throw trash bags last month during an information meeting. On Monday, the City Council did not vote on the proposal and instead, an ad hoc committee will look further into the issue. Republican-American]
Torrington Public Works Director Gerry Rollett displays the three different sizes proposed for pay-as-you-throw trash bags last month during an information meeting. On Monday, the City Council did not vote on the proposal and instead, an ad hoc committee will look further into the issue. Republican-American
TORRINGTON – Pay as you throw isn’t happening next year, and it shows on the bottom line for next year’s budget.
The proposal isn’t dead as an ad hoc committee will be set up to further examine the proposal.
Its elimination now shows that the program’s projected savings and the amount of money it would have generated is close to what the budget increase for the city is for next year so far.
The city is looking at $2.3 million increase next year and the number was too high for many City Council members that they were uncomfortable approving the budget, even tentatively.
The city said pay as you throw could have reduced what it pays to remove trash by $2.2 million next year. The savings would have come with the revenue from selling the trash bags – $1.7 million – and a projected $427,680 reduction for less trash being thrown away.
The city is looking at a 2018-2019 budget of $54.1 million, but that’s unlikely to stay as-is because there is an uneasiness of increasing the city’s 45.75 mill rate any higher. The current budget is $51.8 million. It has been a common story for the city for years, and part of the narrative has been the unpredictability on the state’s part to approve a budget on time for municipalities to set their budgets.
Pay as you throw was an unpopular program with many residents, who bashed it at two public informational meetings and on social media.
“It became abundantly clear that there were more questions than answers that were being generated,” Carbone said. “We recommend this be slowed down considerably.”
City Council member Anne L. Ruwet agreed, saying there were too many unanswered questions at those meetings.
The mayor said there is merit in developing some strategic plan that encourages recycling and reduces disposal costs.
The pay as you throw was a proposal to generate money for a city that has seen its funding from Hartford diminish. Following last year’s delayed state budget, the city had to deplete many reserve accounts, including ones for the police and fire departments, $295,000 from sidewalk and roof repairs, and $212,809 in overtime. The city also cut money for bridge repairs, drainage improvements, park improvements, and $800,000 from its vehicle replacement fund.
Repeating those tactics again can’t happen, the mayor advised.
“We have nothing budgeted in any of these line items,” Carbone said. “This is not something we can sustain. We cannot move forward without restoring some of these critical expenditures.”
The mayor said she’s proposing a phased-in restoration of the cuts by one-third.
The mayor also said the city can’t dip into its fund balance – the equivalent of the city’s savings account – again since credit rating look unfavorably at city’s constantly taking money from there to balance their budgets.

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