Plainville police blotter for the March 27 edition

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The Plainville Police Department announced the following arrests and citations from Tuesday, March 10 to Friday, March 20:

  • Arthur M. Esposito, 51, of 44 Redding St., Hartford, was arrested on Tuesday, March 10, and charged with fifth degree larceny.
  • Gladys Medina, 50, of 5 Twining St., Plainville, was arrested on Wednesday, March 11, and charged with operation of a motor vehicle under suspension, and improper use of license or marker.
  • James B. Allen, 31, of 100 Prospect St., Bristol, was arrested on Friday, March 13, and charged with violation of a protective order.
  • Melissa K. Buono, 37, of 31 Orchard Road, Farmington, was arrested on Saturday, March 14, and charged with disorderly conduct.
  • Timothy M. DeRosier, 35, of 31 Orchard Road Farmington, was arrested on Saturday, March 14, and charged with disorderly conduct.
  • Judy Florance, 63, of 182 Westwood Ave., Plainville, was arrested on Saturday, March 14, and charged with having minimal insurance, and operation or parking an unregistered motor vehicle.
  • Ryan C. Proffitt, 33, of 34 Colonial Court, Plainville was arrested on Saturday, March 14, and charged with third degree assault, and disorderly conduct.
  • Luis A. Salaman, 18, of 1B Charter Oak Ave., East Haven, was arrested on Wednesday, March 18, and charged with possession of less than one half ounce of a cannabis-type substance, improper use of license or marker, having minimal insurance, operation or parking an unregistered motor vehicle, operation of a motor vehicle without a license, and following too closely resulting in an accident.
  • Jacquiline Luna, 39, of 11 Park St., Plainville, was arrested on Thursday, March 19, and charged with creating a public disturbance.
  • Marcin Kmita, 40, of 13 Loomis Ave., Plainville, was arrested on Friday, March 20, and charged with third degree assault, and disorderly conduct.
  • Dylan N. Martin, 27, of 178 North Street, Bristol, was arrested on Friday, March 20, and charged with two counts of violation of a protective order.
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