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New London Arrest Log, Oct. 12-14

Arrests by the New London Police Department

The following arrests were recorded at the New London Police Department. An arrest does not constitute a conviction and all are innocent until proven guilty.

Danny Chanthapanya, 22, of 933 Chruch Hill Ave. in Utica, N.Y., Oct. 12, accessory to third-degree burglary, accessory to sixth-degree larceny, $25,000 bond.

Antonio Acevedo, 24, of 111 Truman Street, Oct. 12, driving under suspension, following too close, second-degree failure to appear in court, $500 cash or surety bond.

Jean F. Marilo, 39, of 45 Cutler Street, Oct. 12, risk of injury, no bond listed.

Heather R. Wright, 35, of 19 Terrace Ave., Oct. 12, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, failure to use turn signal, driving under suspension, driving without insurance, no bond listed.

Isai Perez, 22, of 60 Oak Street, Oct. 13, driving under suspension, failure to obey stop sign, misuse of marker plates, insufficient insurance coverage, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, criminal impersonation, no bond listed.

Cara M. Sooknah, 24, of 38 Central Street in Bristol, R.I., Oct. 13, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving the wrong way on a one way street, no bond listed.

Kenneth H. O’Neal, 54, of 560 Shenneccossett Road in Groton, Oct. 13, first-degree criminal trespass, $500 cash or surety bond.

Linda Scovish, 60, of 202 Colman Street, Oct. 13, second-degree breach of peace, $500 non-surety bond.

Eric Day, 32, of 48 Blinman Street, Oct. 14, third-degree burglary, third-degree assault, unlawful restraint, no bond listed.

Guillermo Fabian Benitez, 34, of 180 Crystal Ave., Oct. 14, second-degree disorderly conduct, second-degree threatening, $2,500 bond.

Francisco A. Garcia, 40, of 49 Grand Street, Oct. 14, third-degree assault, threatening, interfering with police, breach of peace, no bond listed.


For questions about this blotter, please e-mail dirk.langeveld@patch.com.


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