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Meriden Superior Court dispositions - Jan. 2


MERIDEN — Judges Brian T. Fisher and Philip Scarpellino preside.

Court disposition Jan. 2:

Edwin A. Stack, 32, 116 6th St., Bristol, second-degree threatening, two years conditional discharge.

Michael Melendez, Sr., 55, 397 Colony St., interfere with officer/resisting, nolled, operating motor vehicle under suspension, nolled, unsafe movement of stopped vehicle, $50 fine, operating motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, six months suspended, two years probation, second-degree failure to appear, one year suspended, two years probation.

Brandon Williams, 26, 84 Mill St., Middletown, sale of controlled substance, possession of controlled substance, controlled substance with 1,500 feet of school, 30 days, two years probation.

Anthony Gagliardi, 56, 16 West St., Wallingford, second-degree breach of peace, six months suspended, one year conditional discharge.

Annie Caprio, 28, 27 Boulder Drive, New London, reckless driving, 30 days suspended, one year conditional discharge.

Mitchell J. Molde, 24, 7 Ranney St., Cromwell, speeding, $125 fine.

Danielle Lavarante, 38, 70 Bowling Green, North Haven, nuisance/roaming, $70 fine.

Denise M. Pappa, 39, 758 Long Hill Road, Middletown, operating motor vehicle with cellphone, $50 fine.

Michael T. Parsons, 26, 56 School House Road, Wallingford, failure to wear seatbelt, $35 fine.

Jason R. Lavigne, 31, 105 North St., Wolcott, failure to obey stop sign, $50 fine.

Eric G. Lloyd, 34, 24 Apple St., Wallingford, failure headlamps lit, failure to renew registration, $50 fine.

Daniel Murchison, 30, 248 Cartpath Drive, traveling too fast, $50 fine.

Pedro Ramos, 26, 93C Angel Drive, Waterbury, traveling too fast, $50 fine.

Shauna Mary Rafferty, 22, 75 Longview Ave., Watertown, speeding, $150 fine.



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