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Southington Police Blotter: Feb. 11 - 13

The following arrest information was provided by the Southington Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Officers found themselves busy amongst the snow this past week, with people staying inside for several days leading to numerous domestic complaints, according to police. In addition, officers also took a Southington man into custody following a DUI. Take a look back at the latest arrest logs.

The Southington Police Department reported the following arrests:

Feb. 11

Frank D. Fox, 60, of 16 Whippoorwill Road in Southington, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain proper lane, Feb. 11.

Mark W. Schwab, 43, of 21 Berkley Ave. in Southington, was charged with disorderly conduct and violation of a protective order, Feb. 11.

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Catherine M. Rivera, 42, of 21 Berkley Ave. in Southington, was charged with two counts of violation of a protective order, interfering with an officer and disorderly conduct, Feb. 11.

Nicole S. Tamburi, 40, of 150 Burritt St. in Plantsville, was charged with breach of peace, Feb. 11.

Richard E. Pfeiffer, 40, of 150 Burritt St. in Plantsville, was charged with breach of peace, Feb. 11.

Feb. 13

Justice J. Queen, 33, of 37 Midvale Ave. in Waterbury, was charged with violation of a protective order, Feb. 13

Other stats from reported traffic stops and incidents:

  • Two people were cited with speeding/traveling too fast for conditions.
  • Two people were cited with operating a motor vehicle without a license.
  • One person was cited with violation of the town’s blight ordinance.

Southington Patch does not report infractions as part of the arrest logs. For more information on what’s happening in town and who got cited for what, check out the Southington Police Department’s Facebook page.

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Bill Martnsn February 14, 2013 at 01:48 PM
I think police ought to ramp up the speeding and cell phone tagging. People, with roads to bare pavent, have become disinclined to drive cautiously and with regard to traffic laws. For public safety as we recover, for things like people wandering in the streets because the sidewalks ain't shoveled and moutains of snow around driveways and intersections, the police really have to get on this problem.

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