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Southington Police Blotter: Oct. 12 - Oct. 15

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

In a relatively steady set of logs for Southington police, officers kept busy with larceny, DUI and domestic cases. In one such case, police said a Southington woman transferred funds illegally over nearly a one-year period. Take a look back at the latest arrest logs.

The Southington Police Department reported the following arrests:

Oct. 5

Amanda Callahan, 31, of 66 Stuart Drive in Southington, was charged with first-degree larceny, first-degree computer crimes and 92 counts of second-degree forgery, Oct. 5.

Oct. 12

Ashley M. Bessoni, 23, of 1031 Woodruff St. in Southington, was charged with sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 12.

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Oct. 13

Heather L. Manis, 35, of 419 Spring St. in Naugatuck, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to drive in a proper lane, Oct. 13.

Mark LaFrance, 21, of 159 W. Center St. in Southington, was charged with two counts of second-degree failure to appear, Oct. 13.

Lucas M. Calvo, 21, of 410 Berlin St. in Southington, was charged with failure to respond to an infraction, Oct. 13.

Maxine A. Sorrells, 22, of 96 Clark St. in Plantsville, was charged with disorderly conduct, third-degree assault and interfering with an officer, Oct. 13.

Oct. 14

Ivanna A. Acuna, 22, of 102 Osborne Hill Road in Fiskhill, N.Y., was charged with possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, Oct. 14. 

Oct. 15

Gary Celella, 31, of 318 South End Road in Plantsville, was charged with first-degree failure to appear, Oct. 15.

Marvette Brye, 24, of 9371 Hanlin Ave. in Waterbury, was charged with second-degree failure to appear, Oct. 15.

Other stats from reported traffic stops and incidents:

  • Five people were cited with speeding/traveling too fast.
  • Two people were cited with operating an unregistered motor vehicle.
  • One person was cited with a stop sign violation.
  • One person was cited with failure to carry registration.
  • One person was cited with failure to insure motor vehicle.
  • One person was cited with failure to have tail lamps lit.

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

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Clifford T October 17, 2012 at 10:10 AM
Shame with the steady flow of logs that they indicate no citations for the steady flow of cell phone violations all around town.
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