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Berlin Police Blotter, Oct. 10, 2013

Berlin Police Department reported the following arrests. Arrests do not indicate convictions.

Sept. 19

Muraliekrishna Cheemalapati, 39, 300 Cold Spring Road, Rocky Hill, sixth-degree larceny shoplifting.

Sept. 21

Delia Ponce-DeLeon, 33, 21 Irving St., Bristol, refusal to submit to chemical test, operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.

Sept. 24

Katherine Lawrence, 25, 434 S. Main St., New Britain, second-degree failure to appear.

Sept. 26

Julianna Windsor, 46, 267 Litchfield St., Torrington, second-degree failure to appear.

Jerry Michaud, 59, 167 New Britain Road, second-degree breach of peace.

Sept. 27

Grace Zarrella, 33, 148 Grove St., New Britain, interfering with officer/simple assault; sixth-degree larceny shoplifting.

Sept. 28

Nicholas Carbone, 23, 505 New Britain Road, disorderly conduct by intimidation, third-degree criminal mischief.

Joseph Giarratana, 40, 72 Smith St., New Britain, issuing a bad check.

Sept. 30

Joseph Chadukiewicz, 25, 91 Ellis St., New Britain, second-degree failure to appear.

Lasetta Flanagan-Murphy, 39, 32 Cook Ave., meriden, operating a motor vehicle other than a motorcycle without a license, interfering with an officer, criminal impersonation, failure to obey traffic control signal.

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