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MERIDEN — Judges Brian T. Fisher, Philip Scarpellino, and Kathleen Ellen McNamara preside.

Court dispostion Sept. 4

Andre Green, 1991, 325 S. Elm St., Wallingford, possession of narcotics, 2 years probation, 7 years E/S/A 16 months, second-degree larceny, 1 year to serve concurrent, use of drug paraphernalia, nolled.

Matthew P. Vastarelli, 1995, 5 Longview Drive, North Haven, stop sign violation, $125 fine.

Nicholas J. Rizzo, 1978, 142 Westminster St., Hamden, failure to wear seat safety belt, failure to renew registration, $100 fine.

Alexander J. Nastri, Jr., 1989, 50 Valley View Drive, speeding, $100 fine.

Daniel Maldonado, 1983, 1934 Thomaston Ave., Waterbury, failure to obey stop sign, $35 fine.

Christopher Senberg, 1986, 79 Weybasset St., New Haven, possession of marijuana, violation of control signal, $70 fine.

Patrick Kay, 1978, 680 Old Colony Road, failure to maintain proper lane, $132 fine.

Jordy Hilgert, 1991, 206 South Union St., Guilford, criminal mischief, 1 year probation, 6 months E/S, operating with suspended license, nolled.

Richard Gade, 1969, 205 Reservoir Ave., violation of probation, 10 years E/S/A, 90 days to serve, probation continued.

Carlos Serrano, 1992, homeless, violation of probation, probation terminated, 1 year to serve concurrent.

Pepsi Holder, 1988, 104 Bunker Ave., interfere with officer/resisting, $50 fine.

John G. Zurlo, 1970, 104 Wilcox Ave., fourth-degree sexual assault, nolled, third-degree assault, 1 year to serve concurrent, second-degree threatening, nolled.



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