Police logs - Sept. 19, 2020
Jerry L. Taylor, 48, of 16 Central Ave. was charged Monday with operating a motor vehicle under suspension and failure to drive in the proper lane.
William Wernicki, 21, of 100 N. Wawecus Hill Road was charged Wednesday with criminal violation of a protective order.
William C. Wernicki Jr., 54, of 100 N. Wawecus Hill Road was charged Wednesday with breach of peace and second-degree threatening.
Howard Smith, 58, of 83 School St. was charged Wednesday with failure to obey control signal, driving with a suspended license and misuse of plates.
Marissa B. Ritter, 25, of 74 N. Main St. was charged Sept. 12 with traveling unreasonably fast and driving with a suspended license.
Edgar O. Hernandez, 29, of 1 Thames River Place, Apt. 205, was charged Wednesday with second-degree failure to appear in court.
Alyse S. Hoxie, 34, of 38 School St., third floor, was charged Sept. 12 with driving with a suspended license, failure to carry minimum insurance, misuse of plates and possession of less than 4 ounces of marijuana.
Shane Snelgrove, 25, of 7 Marlin Drive was charged Thursday with second-degree failure to appear in court.
Charles Cordero, 21, of 17 Bolles Ave., New London, was charged Friday with driving without a license and violation of probation.
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