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police logs for Dec. 17, 2012

Published December 17. 2012 4:00AM

Groton City

Miguel A. Costa, 22, of 14 Colman St., New London, was charged Saturday with first-degree criminal trespass.

Groton Town

Edell A. Lebron, 21, of 147 Crest Drive, was charged Saturday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

New London

Maria Papathanasiou, 31, of 13 Washington St., Apt. 11, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and failure to use a turn signal.

Matthew Gibson, 32, of 23 Sharon Road, Mystic, was charged Sunday with third-degree trespass.

Jose M. Colon, 27, of 35 Hawthorne Drive, Apt. 5, was charged Saturday with violation of a protective order, interfering with a police officer, disorderly conduct, third-degree criminal mischief and criminal impersonation.

Norwich

Richard Tracy, 28, of 15 Tanner Ave., was charged Sunday with second-degree threatening and violation of probation.

State Police - Montville

Sean M. Carney, 27, of 35 Old Fitch Hill Road, Apt. 5, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and unsafe backing.

Thomas H. Szawerda, 49, of 1594 Route 85, Uncasville, was charged Saturday with reckless driving, evading responsibility, driving with a suspended license and unsafe backing.

Stonington

Robin B. Skulczyck, 42, of 6 Ricky Lane, Oakdale, was charged Friday with criminal violation of a protective order.

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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