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MERIDEN — Judges Brian T. Fisher and Philip Scarpellino preside in Meriden Superior Court.

Court dispositions Nov. 5:

Brian Johnson, 31, 450 S. Main St., Apt 12, Cheshire, disorderly conduct, nolled, interfering with an emergency call, 1 year E/S, 18 months probation.

Gilberto Rodriguez, 24, 560 Washington Ave., New Haven, third-degree robbery, possession with intent to sell, first-degree failure to appear, violation of probation, probation revoked, 57 months E/S/A, 9 months to serve, continue on probation.

Gypsy Cardona, 40, 207 Hobart St., second-degree harassment, 90 days E/S, 1 year conditional discharge, consecutive to current conditional discharge.

Eugene Mantovani, Jr., 38, 19 Cole Road, Hamden, possession of narcotics, 1 year E/S, 1 year conditional discharge.

Anais Cuapio, 26, 29 Fillmore, New Haven, operating unregistered motor vehicle, nolled, failure to have insurance, nolled, operating without license, $75 fine.

Luis A. Rodriguez, 28, 99 Warwick St., New Haven, misuse of plates, nolled, failure to have insurance, nolled, operating unregistered motor vehicle, $50 fine.

Justin A. Sweet, 27, 36 Glastonbury Hill, Rocky Hill, reckless driving, operating motor vehicle under suspension, failure to have insurance, failure to renew registration, $175 fine.

Jenna Kronick, 29, 68 East Road, reckless driving, $150 fine.

Mohamed Ammar, 22, 40 Stone Ridge Lane, Mansfield, reckless driving, $50 fine.

William Gonzalez, 45, 81 Myrtle St., evading responsibility, $50 fine.

Jacob A. Morris, 25, 123 Quarry Village Road, Cheshire, evading responsibility, nolled, operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drug, 6 months E/S, 18 months probation, following too closely, nolled.

James Nutbrown, 58, 669 E. Main St., Waterbury, operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drug, 6 months E/S, 18 months probation.

Dominque Douthit, 24, 1801 Daniels Farm Road, Mebance, N.C., operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drug, 6 months E/S, 18 months probation, reckless driving, $500 fine.

Ciprian Godenciuc, 20, 589 George St., New Haven, traveling too fast, $35 fine.

Michael D. Cloutier, 22, 207 Meadow St., Chicopee, Mass., speeding, $95 fine.

Nianzhi Chia, 30, 1340 Washington Blvd., Stamford, speeding, $125 fine.

Toby Joseph Hollman, 18, 286 Highland Ave., signal violation, $35 fine.

Christopher J. Gonzalez, 24, 60 Lorraine St, New Britain, speeding, $150 fine.

Aykut Ibramimovski, 19, 202 Meriline Ave., Waterbury, speeding, $200 fine.

Zumra Cecunjanin, 25, 38 Carrol St., Naugatuck, speeding, $150 fine.

Janelle N. Cross, 28, 1095 Old Colony Road, operating motor vehicle while using a hand held cellphone, $75 fine.

Frank S. Giglio, 67, 7 Beechwood Road, Branford, failure to obey stop sign, $92 fine.

Ryan J. Devlin, 26, 100 Tuthill St., West Haven, speeding, $180 fine.

Brendon Duffy, 20, 18 Jodi Drive, Wallingford, traveling fast, $100 fine.

Gregory Bennett, 35, 63 Quaker Road, Hamden, violation of protective order, first-degree failure to appear, 2 years E/S, 3 years conditional discharge concurrent.

Richard Andrew Nosal, Jr., 48, 375 Brownstone Ridge, possession of narcotics, unconditional discharge, possession of marijuana, nolled, use of drug paraphernalia, nolled.

Robert Douglas Nolan, 28, 18 Squire Road, Monroe, first-degree criminal mischief, 3 years E/S, 3 years conditional discharge, second-degree threatening, 1 year E/S, 3 years conditional discharge concurrent, evading responsibility, nolled.

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