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Southington Police Blotter: Oct 1 - Oct. 4

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

An active Thursday saw officer responding to several domestic complaints, including one which ended with two arrests, and a shoplifting case among issuing a couple citations. Take a full look back at the end of the week arrest logs from police.

The Southington Police Department reported the following arrests:

Oct. 1

Angel R. Davila, 56, of 93 Chadwick Ave. in Hartford, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under suspension and operating a motor vehicle without insurance, Oct. 1.

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Oct. 4

Emily Haley, 18, of 36 Thunderbird Drive in Southington, was charged with disorderly conduct, Oct. 4.

Shandrika Bonner, 19, of 36 Thunderbird Drive in Southington, was charged with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault, Oct. 4.

Christopher Durgan, 27, of 39 Waterbury Road in Prospect, was charged with sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 4.

Other stats from reported traffic stops and incidents:

  • One person was cited with failure to obey a stop sign.
  • One person was cited with unsafe backing.
  • One person was cited with failure to yield to a pedestrian at a crosswalk.
  • One person was cited with traveling too fast/speeding.
  • One person was cited with failure to obey a traffic signal.

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

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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Kyle P October 08, 2012 at 10:42 AM
I find it hard to believe that the Southington PD is doing their job. What with normal flows rushing around and that added by the visitor traffic racing to and from the downtown for the festival, to have naught but one speeding violation, well, somebody's not doing their job. We've seen before the absense of cell phone violators and those that run red lights and stop signs. It has become epidemic and the PD appears to be doing nothing to stem the tide. It's about time the Southington Police get on the stick, especially when they have their "quiet days."

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