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Southington Police Blotter: Nov. 9 - Nov. 12

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

It was a hectic and extremely busy weekend for police, who responded to shoplifting cases, drug cases, domestic calls and a whole lot more on their way to making 17 arrests and 26 citations. Take a look back at the latest arrest logs.

The Southington Police Department reported the following arrests:

Nov. 9

David A. Molesky, 56, of 270 Jude Lane in Southington, was charged with evading responsibility in an accident, Nov. 9.

Jeffrey Little, 56, of 11 Darling St. in Southington, was charged with violation of a protective order, Nov. 9.

Jennfer Graham, 27, of 22 Town Line Road in Terryville, was charged with driving under the influence, risk of injury to a minor and possession of a controlled substance, Nov. 9.

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Gabriel M. Criscuolo, 62, of no known address, was charged with third-degree trespassing, second-degree breach of peace and interfering with an officer, Nov. 9.

Kathleen Samojla, 53, of 500 Blue Hills Ave. in Hartford, was charged with second-degree identity theft, criminal impersonation, ATM fraud, credit card fraud, third-degree forgery, third-degree larceny and ten counts of illegal use of a credit card, Nov. 9.

Nov. 10

Jeffrey Fiorvanti, 32, of 418 Pattonwood Drive in Southington, was charged with driving under the influence, interfering with an officer, cell phone violations, failure to drive to the right, failure to obey the signal of an officer, Nov. 10.

Michael Schmaling, 40, of 221 Heritage Village in Southbury, was charged with sixth-degree larceny, Nov. 10.

Caitlin Goff, 19, of 39 Mark Drive in Southington, was charged with second-degree failure to appear, Nov. 10.

Katie Lynn Cunningham, 24, of 44 Summer St. in Bristol, was charged with third-degree larceny, Nov. 10.

Mackenzie Garcia, 24, of 96 Harness Drive in Meriden, was charged with second-degree breach of peace, first-degree reckless endangerment and reckless driving, Nov. 10.

Steven P. Sambitsky, 68, of 1 Darling St. in Southington, was charged with second-degree breach of peace, Nov. 10.

William E. Prokop, 30, of 16 Washington St. in Plainville, was charged with operating a motor vehicle without a license, failure to insure motor vehicle and driving under the influence, Nov. 10.

Nov. 11

Brandon Dlugos, 24, of 333 Sun Valley Drive in Southington, was charged with sixth-degree larceny, Nov. 11.

James P. Sheridan, 57, of 61 Pratt St. in Glastonbury, was charged with two counts of second-degree failure to appear, Nov. 11.

Quianna Perry, 18, of 155 Aspen Drive in Middletown, was charged with disorderly conduct, Nov. 11.

Alexander J. Williams, 20, of 23 Zwicks Farm Road in Southington, was charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, second-degree trespassing, fifth-degree larceny, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, Nov. 11.

Nov. 12

Gregory A. Gorr, 43, of 460 Emmett St. in Bristol, was charged with disorderly conduct and interfering with an emergency call, Nov. 12.

Other stats from reported traffic stops and incidents:

  • Ten people were cited with operating an unregistered motor vehicle.
  • Three people were cited with operating a motor vehicle without a license.
  • Two people were cited with speeding/traveling too fast.
  • Two people were cited with blight violations.
  • Two people were cited with failure to have headlamps lit.
  • Two people were cited with failure to insure motor vehicle.
  • One person was cited with failure to carry registration.
  • One person was cited with failure to renew registration.
  • One person was cited with operating a motor vehicle under suspension.
  • One person was cited with a stop sign violation.
  • One person was charged with using a cell phone while driving.

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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