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Police logs - June 26

Published June 26. 2013 4:00AM

New London

Carlos Montes, 29, of 138 Norwood Ave. was charged Tuesday with third-degree assault.

Richard Parker, 37, of 15 Bragan St., No. 3, was charged Tuesday with three counts of violation of probation.

Michael L. Marchany, 42, of 69 Montauk Ave., No. 1, was charged Tuesday with second-degree failure to appear in court.

William Rivera, 21, of 92 Truman St., No. 2, was charged Monday with breach of peace.

Jose Cortes, 37, of Hartford was charged Monday with driving with a suspended license, evading responsibility and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Branden Knighton, 32, of 30 Atlantic Court, Groton, was charged Monday with violation of a protective order.

James Farr, 48, of 42 Terrace Ave. was charged Monday with interfering with an officer, third-degree trespass and failure to carry proper insurance.

Thomas Brown, 35, of 62 Jay St., No. 9, was charged Monday with breach of peace.

Norwich

Elizabeth Tripp, 47, of 586 W. Thames St. was charged Monday with first-degree criminal trespass, third-degree assault and disorderly conduct.

George Dames, 43, of 158 Broad St. was charged Monday with three counts of second-degree failure to appear in court.

State Police - Montville

Joshua Allen, 38, of 16 Benway Court, Uncasville, was charged Tuesday with criminal violation of a protective order.

Waterford

Catherine Jullarine, 45, of 36 Glenwood Ave., New London, was charged Monday with risk of injury to a minor.

Shane Lippincott, 20, of 96 Old Colchester Road was charged Monday with driving with a suspended license.

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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