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Southington Police Blotter: Oct. 5 - Oct. 8

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

Police were busy at the end of last week and over the weekend, recording numerous arrests including filing charges against a Southington teenager that officers said was involved in the vandalism of multiple homes along West Pine Drive last year and taking a Plainville man into custody for extradition in a California drug case.

It was also a busy end of week and weekend for patrol officers on the roads, who issued over three-dozen citations for various violations. Take a look back at the latest arrest logs.

The Southington Police Department reported the following arrests:

Sept. 27

Robert D. Fleezer, 18, of 1025 Old Colony Road in Meriden, was charged with two counts of third-degree burglary, third-degree larceny, fifth-degree larceny and third-degree criminal mischief, Sept. 27.

Oct. 1

Ebony S. Williams, 30, of 1240 Stanley St. in New Britain, was charged with second-degree forgery, fifth-degree larceny and criminal attempt to commit larceny, Oct. 1.

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Oct. 5

Kelly Connolly, 21, of 11 Clinic Drive in New Britain, was charged with sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 5.

Andrew J. Simonow, 27, of 6 West Ave. in East Hampton, was charged with second-degree larceny, Oct. 5.

Martin J. Peshka, 57, of 22 Ciccio Road in Southington, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to maintain proper lane, Oct. 5.

Timothy M. Ribolla, 29, of 64 S. Center St. in Southington, was charged with second-degree breach of peace and interfering with an officer, Oct. 5.

Oct. 6

Colleen Audi, 45, of 456 Atwater St. in Plantsville, was charged with sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 6.

Stephen J. Parenti, 51, of 261 Emmett St. in Bristol, was charged with driving under the influence, Oct. 6.

Kenneth W. Pinney, 26, of 69 Broad St. in Plainville, was charged with extradition, Oct. 6.

Luis O. France, 23, of 131 Woodland St. in Bristol, was charged with sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 6.

Oct. 8

Zachary Haiman, 19, of 24 Williams St. in Southington, was charged with first-degree criminal mischief, Oct. 8.

Michael Cianciola, 49, of 20 College Ave. in Southington, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under suspension, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, misuse of plates, operating a motor vehicle without insurance and failure to have stop lamps, Oct. 8.

Other stats from reported traffic stops and incidents:

  • Ten people were cited with speeding/traveling too fast.
  • Five people were cited with failure to obey stop sign/traffic signal.
  • Four people were cited with operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration.
  • Three people were cited with 3 failure to maintain proper lane/failure to drive right.
  • Three people were cited with operating an unregistered motor vehicle.
  • Two people were cited with failure to renew motor vehicle registration
  • Two people were cited with possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana.
  • Two people were cited with failing to carry license/registration.
  • One person was cited with operating a motor vehicle without insurance.
  • One person was cited with operating a motor vehicle with tinted windows without a sticker.
  • One person was cited with operating a motor vehicle without a license.
  • One person was cited with cell phone violations.
  • One person was cited with improper use of marker plates.
  • One person was cited with failure to yield.

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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