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Police logs - June 27

Published June 27. 2013 4:00AM

Groton Town

Ramos B. Bienvenido, 24, of 1500 Route 12, Ledyard, was charged Wednesday with possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, weapons in a motor vehicle and possession of dangerous weapons.

Benjamin Bonola, 20, of 76 Springdale Road, Wethersfield, was charged Tuesday with second-degree burglary and third-degree criminal mischief.

New London

Kirk D. Hunter, 49, of 7 Hickory Drive, Ledyard, was charged Wednesday with violation of probation.

Benjamin D. Stavens, 22, of 22 Jordan Cove Road, Waterford, was charged Wednesday with second-degree criminal mischief.

Edward F. Craven, 51, of 60 Kings Highway, No. 19, Gales Ferry, was charged Wednesday with driving with a suspended license and failure to display marker.

Marcus Santiago, 22, of 89 West St. was charged Wednesday with failure to stop at a red light and driving with a suspended license.

Chelsea M. Robinson, 21, of 92 Oakwood Road, Niantic, was charged Tuesday with evading responsibility and failure to drive right.

Wellington Taveras, 30, of no certain address was charged Tuesday with sixth-degree larceny, interfering with an officer and tampering with evidence.

Waterford

Brandon Plemons, 19, of 65 Pink Row, Uncasville, was charged Tuesday with illegal use of a credit card, second-degree failure to appear in court and sixth-degree larceny.

Russell Chasse, 40, of 985 Bank St., New London, was charged Tuesday with breach of peace.

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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