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Police logs for Oct. 15, 2012

Published October 15. 2012 4:00AM

Groton City

Lisa Cornish, 31, of 162 Branford Ave., was charged Saturday with third-degree assault.

Timothy Miller, 48, of 87 Branford Ave., Apt. 2, was charged Saturday with second-degree breach of peace.

New London

Kenneth H. O'Neal, 54, of 560 Shenneccossett Road, unit D, Groton, was charged Saturday with first-degree criminal trespass.

Linda Scovish, 60, of 202 Colman St., was charged Saturday with second-degree breach of peace.

Eric Day, 32, of 48 Blinman St., third floor, was charged Sunday with third-degree burglary, third-degree assault and unlawful restraint.

Guillermo Fabian Benitez, 34, of 180 Crystal Ave., was charged Sunday with second-degree disorderly conduct and second-degree threatening.

Norwich

Dawn Williams, 40, of 18 Hickory St., unit 1, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct and risk of injury to a minor.

Chris Mayo, 32, of 18 Hickory St., unit 1, was charged Sunday with disorderly conduct, interfering with a police officer and third-degree strangulation.

Tashia Hall, 30, of 20 Spaulding St., was charged Saturday with driving with a suspended license and driving with a defective headlight.

Stonington

A 14-year-old was charged Saturday with breach of peace.

Waterford

Carol Violette, 56, of 1594 North Road, Killingly, was charged Saturday with fifth-degree larceny.

Debra Violette, 53, of 59 Laurel Hill Road, Brooklyn, was charged Saturday with fifth-degree larceny.

The state judicial branch website has information on the outcome of criminal and motor vehicle arrests. Go to: http://www.jud2.ct.gov/crdockets/SearchByDefDisp.aspx.

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