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Berlin Police Blotter, Oct. 31, 2013


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

Oct. 15

Richard Blancato Jr., 35, 20 Red Barn Ct., second-degree reckless endangerment, third-degree criminal mischief.

Karl Fletcher, 43, 239 Glen St., New Britain, issuing a bad check.

Derrick Straughn, 33, 1191 Berlin Tnpk, sixth-degree att/larceny from building, third-degree burglary.

Oct. 16

Sheralyn Bidwell, 25, 280 Fairview Dr., disorderly conduct by intimidation.

Jacy Melendez, 35, 188 Fairview Dr., disorderly conduct by intimidation.

Oct. 18

Francesco Teti, 58, 292 Deming Road, second-degree threatening, second-degree harassment/intimidation.

Oct. 23

Michelle Wolf, 46, 35 Springbrook Dr., Rocky Hill, sixth-degree larceny from building.

Oct. 24

Aldin Custovic, 22, 1067 Mill St., sixth-degree larceny.

Domingo Morales, 24, 86 Gold St. New Britain, violation of protective order.



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