Southington Police Blotter: Feb. 7 - 13

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

Thursday's arrest logs proved to be lighter as the department continued to round-up arrests and citations through Feb. 13, but the logs also included previously unreported charges against a New Britain man charged late last week in the week for his role in a string of car burglaries along Queen Street. Take a look back at the following arrest logs.

The Southington Police Department reported the following arrests:

Feb. 7 (Corrected)

Fernando Viera, 32, of 182 Sexton St. in New Britain, was charged with 10 counts of conspiracy to commit burglary, seven counts of conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny and nine counts of conspiracy to commit third-degree criminal mischief, Feb. 7.

Editor's Note: The previous arrest information was first reported earlier this week. The arrest information included here denotes new charges not previously reported.

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Feb. 13

Margaret Upson, 41, of 119 Sabina Drive in Southington, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain proper lane, Feb. 13.

Other stats from reported traffic stops and incidents:

  • Four people were cited with operating an unregistered motor vehicle.
  • One person was cited with operating a motor vehicle under suspension.
  • One person was cited with failure to insure motor vehicle.
  • One person was cited with failure to obey stop sign/traffic signal.

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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