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SOUTHINGTON — Property transfers reported from Sept. 3 to Sept. 6
George T. and Nancy M. Zima to Cheryl Ann Falco, 278 Carter Lane, $232,000.
John and Heather O’Neill to Jeremy Malczyk, 164 Summit St., $305,000.
Frank and Rachel Burgess to Michael W. and Jennifer A. McPherson, 30 Matthews St., $165,000.
Sunil Williams to Michelle LaCrosse, 13 Zwicks Farm Road, $195,000.
Emily C. (Ashline) Dymersky to Katherine Soltys, Unit 17, 175 Berlin Ave., $190,000.
Shannon I. and Kevin M. Fink to Edward Allan Adduci, 427 Marion Ave., $227,250.
Mary Ann Fisher to Michelle L. Williams, 55 Douglas St., $140,000.
Lovely Development Inc., to Scott J. Walker and Danielle Messier, 24 Glen Eagles Drive, $520,000.
John Thomas and Denise Lasker to Michael and Michelle Alidden, 9 Knights Court, $370,000.
John D. Henaghan and Dean W. Hummel to Justin M. Jones and Tracy Roman, 88 Elizabeth Drive, $505,000.
Mark L. and Robin L. Suplinskas to Todd A. Chaplinsky, 140 Washington Drive, $378,000.
Estate of Alexander DePastino to Orlando and Laura C. Rivera, 1258 Meriden-Wtby Tpke., $115,000.
David K. and Helen Moss to Walter and Audrey Turner, 145 Rustic Oak Drive, $342,500.
Kristopher Limmer to Jodi M. Robbins, 875 S. Main St., $138,000.
Jennifer L. Casillo to Brian L. Oblon, 45 Berkley Ave., $200,000.
Richard and Pamela Steinbruck to Karen E. Sima, 8 Birchcrest Drive, $165,000.
Gregory P. and Karen M. Roy to Rocco and Frances Cerasuolo, 1985 West St., Unit 42, $293,000.
Arthur N. Johnson, trustee to Bruce Zeh, 411 Spring St., $94,000.
Susan A. Davisi to Virginia A. Valentine, 252 Carriage Drive, $85,000.
Charles Soucia and Josephine Carbone to Paula Warner, 457 Hobart St., $233,950.
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Warrant: Meriden man waterboarded woman days prior to kidnapping infant, …
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Meriden mother mourns son killed in Sunday crash …
MERIDEN — The family of Hector Sanchez remembered him as a loving, generous young man Monday as police continued their investigation into the crash that … more ...