WALLINGFORD — A Meriden man and two Wallingford residents face charges after police said they committed sexually related crimes in separate incidents.
Christopher Shorey, 40, of 190 South Cherry Street, faces charges of fourth degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor. Police arrested Shorey Aug. 7 on an outstanding warrant from an investigation by the detective division in which Shorey is accused of inappropriately touching a minor.
Shorey was released on $100,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Meriden Superior Court Aug. 21.
Segundo Vallejo-Brahona, 56, of 242 Clifton Street, faces charges of first degree sexual assault and first degree unlawful restraint. Police arrested Vallejo-Brahona on Aug. 9 on an outstanding warrant from an investigation by the detective division, in which Vallejo-Brahona is accused of restraining a female victim and sexually assaulting her.
Vallejo-Brahona was arraigned in Meriden Superior Court Monday and bond was set at $75,000. The judge issued a protective order barring Vallejo-Brahona from contact with the victim. The case was transferred to New Haven Superior Court and Vallejo-Brahona is scheduled to appear in court Sept. 3.
Ricki Nadeau, 67, of 43 Allen Drive, Meriden, faces charges of public indecency and disorderly conduct. Nadeau was arrested Aug. 12, after police investigated a complaint of a male engaged in lewd activity outside his vehicle at Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park on East Center Street. Police said no children were in the park at the time.
Nadeau was held on $5,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Meriden Superior Court on Aug. 26.