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Manchester Police Blotter: Nov. 3 - Nov. 6, 2012

The following arrests as reported by the Manchester Police Department are accurate as of November 6, 2012. Items on this list reflect charges filed, not convictions.

November 3

Kimberley N. Castro, no age given, of 104 Apt. C Downey Dr., Manchester, was charged with breach of peace and second-degree criminal mischief. 

Lorie L. Rice, no age given, of 138 Grath Rd., Manchester, was charged with driving under the influence, interfering with police and reckless driving. 

Misael Mendez, no age given, of 29-31 Green Terrace, East Hartford, was charged with breach of peace. 

Nicholas Menditto, no age given, of 229 Hop River Rd., Bolton, was charged with breach of peace, second-degree threatening, interfering with police and possession of a dangerous weapon after police say he threatened a tow truck driver with a knife. 

Joyce Mooney, no age given, of 596 Wetherell St., Manchester, was charged with interfering with police. 

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Rosaylyn Cosme, no age given, of 17 Hungtington St., Manchester, was charged with breach of peace. 

November 4

David G. Carpenter, no age given, of 401 Talcottville Rd. A26, Vernon, was charged with driving under the influence after police say he was found asleep behind the wheel of his car at the intersection of Broad Street and West Middle Turnpike. 

Elizabeth Marschat, no age given, of 233 Bidwell St., Manchester, was charged with breach of peace and interfering with police. 

James David Peppers, no age given, of 106 Aava Court, Hampton, VA, was charged with failure to appear and sixth-degree larceny. 

Cherie Lynn Pointer, no age given, of 357 Lake St., Vernon, was charged with second-degree threatening and breach of peace after she threatened to kill a male victim in front of police. 

Patience Otiwaa, no age given, of 360 Oakland St., Manchester, was charged with risk of injury to a minor. 

Thomas A. Addo, no age given, of 360 Oakland St., Manchester, was charged with risk of injury to a minor. 

Clinton B. Williams, no age given, was charged with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault after police say he punched his girlfriend in the face. 

Chaman Preet, no age given, of Hartford, was charged with sixth-degree larceny. 

Melvin E. Sanchez, no age given, of 673 New Britain Ave., Hartford, was charged with break of peace and reckless driving. 

Stephanie Cotto, no age given, of 171 East Center St., Manchester, was charged with breach of peace. 

November 5

Darlena-Jo Patricia Smith, no age given, of 944 Main St., Newington, was charged with violation of a protective order. 

William Robert Johnson, no age given, of 90 Retreat Ave., Hartford, was charged with failure to appear. 

Maria Luisa Oliveras, 55, of 68 Cannon Rd., East Hartford, was charged with failure to appear. 

Daniel M. Cook, no age given, of 239A North Main St., Manchester, was charged with violation of probation. 

November 6

Edward James Fountain, no age given, of 19 Florence St., Manchester, was charged with two counts of violation of probation. 

Jessie L. Meeks, no age given, of 10 Irving St., Hartford, was charged with sixth-degree larceny for allegedly shoplifting from Sears. 

Terry Jo Crosby, no age given, of 8 Hoccanum Rd., Manchester, was charged with three counts of failure to appear. 

Richard Alfred Jaffery, no age given, of 184 New State Rd., Manchester, was charged with breach of peace and second-degree threatening. 

Kimberley Ann Benevides, no age given, of 298 Route 66, Columbia, was charged with sixth-degree larceny. 

John Joseph Benevides, no age given, of 80 Old Plans Rd., Willimantic, was charged with sixth-degree larceny. 

Tony M November 10, 2012 at 08:56 PM
What can anyone say about all these people who were arrested for the various charges. Can their actions be blamed on their youth or, stupidity. This will be on their records for a very long time and one question on every application for employment will ask, "Have you ever been arrested"? Makes no difference what the arrest was for, the answer had better be an honest one; "Yes"!

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