SEYMOUR — According to police, June Biondi, 174 Roosevelt Dr., was picked up by the Derby Police Department on an outstanding warrant on March 17. 

Ms. Biondi was taken to the Seymour Police Department and charged with harassment in the second degree.

She was scheduled to appear in Derby Superior Court on July 29.

SEYMOUR — Police said that on May 16, Christopher Nevers, 118 Skokorat St., was arrested on an active arrest warrant. 

Mr. Nevers was charged with larceny in the fourth degree and burglary in the third degree. 

He was held on a $15,000 bond and was scheduled to appear in Derby Superior Court on July 24.

SEYMOUR — Police report they responded to reports of an altercation at 80 Cedar St. on July 21. 

Police said Anthony Parlin, of the same address, was charged with breach of the peace in the second degree, criminal mischief in the fourth degree and unlawful restraint in the second degree.

He was scheduled to appear in Derby Superior Court on July 22.

NEWTOWN — Police said Matthew William Tymula, 41 Hine Hill Rd., New Milford, was southbound on The Boulevard at 7:53 a.m. July 31.

They report he failed to stay right on a curve and struck a guardrail on the opposite side of the road before coming to rest against a utility pole.

Police issued a misdemeanor summons for reckless driving, failure to drive right on a curve and passing in a no passing area.

NEWTOWN — Police report an off duty officer observed an erratic driver moving north on South Main Street at 7:42 p.m. July 27.

They said Emily Jo Wild, 66 Hartwell Rd., New Milford, initially failed to stop for officers and engaged them in a pursuit.

During the chase, Ms. Wild’s vehicle allegedly almost struck a vehicle head-on and went off road, almost striking a utility pole.

After her vehicle stopped, police conducted a brief investigation before arresting her and charging her with failure to maintain lane, failure to drive right, driving under the influence and engaging in pursuit.

Police released her on a written promise to appear in court on August 13.

NEWTOWN — According to police, Elizabeth Anne Bolton, 20 Lobsterback Rd., Trumbull, was moving south on South Main Street at 5:47 p.m. July 30.

Natalie Cowley, 7 Susan Ln., was driving ahead of Ms. Bolton and stopped for traffic ahead.

The two vehicles collided.

No injuries were reported on scene.

Police issued Ms. Bolton a verbal warning for following too closely.

NEWTOWN — Police said they responded to a report of a road rage incident at 5:09 p.m. July 30 in the area of Riverside Road and Center Street.

Police said that two people, a man and a woman, were operating motorcycles and the woman claimed that the man displayed a handgun holstered on his right hip.

He allegedly unsnapped the holster and the woman said she was frightened by his words and actions.

As she left the area, she phoned police.

After a brief investigation, police identified the man as Robert Stone, 87 Laurel Tr., and charged him with breach of peace and illegal possession of a large capacity magazine.

Police emphasized the handgun was not drawn from its holster or otherwise used.

They released Mr. Stone on a $500 cash bond with a court date of August 13.

NEWTOWN — Police report they observed Darren Bonner, 60 Newfield Ave., Apt. 2, New Britain, operating a motor vehicle without a visible plate at 7:02 p.m. July 25 on Church Hill Road.

After a brief investigation, they arrested Mr. Bonner and charged him with improper use of marker plates, operating of a motor vehicle without minimum insurance, operating a motor vehicle under the influence and possession of less than half ounce of cannabis.

Police released him on a $100 cash bond with a court date of August 8.

NEWTOWN — According to police, they responded to a report of a one-car accident at 7:46 p.m. July 27 on Sugar Street.

They conducted an investigation and arrested James Carlton Reagan, 55 Sugar St., Apt. 36, charging him with failure to drive right and driving under the influence.

Mr. Reagan received a court date of August 8.

NEWTOWN — Police said they responded to a report of an unwanted patron who refused to leave a bar at 2:13 a.m. July 27 on Church Hill Road.

They report Christopher Deluca, 15 Dayton St., Sandy Hook, had engaged in an argument with an employee of the bar and that he refused to leave when officers asked him to do so.

They allege Mr. Deluca struggled with two officers and attempted to grab a service weapon during a fight.

Officers used a taser and pepper spray on Mr. Deluca, taking him into custody.

They charged him with two counts of assault on a police officer, criminal attempt to steal a firearm, interfering with officers, first degree criminal trespass and two counts of breach of peace.

Police held Mr. Deluca on a $50,000 bond.

NEWTOWN — Police report Brian Sacco, 39 Bristol St., Thomaston, was northbound on Commerce Road at 3:18 p.m. July 25.

Helio Oliveira Dealmeida, 37 Fleetwood Dr., Danbury, was following Mr. Sacco.

The two vehicles collided when Mr. Sacco’s vehicle stopped in traffic and Mr. Dealmeida failed to stop in time to avoid the collision.

Police issued Mr. Dealmeida a written warning for failure to drive a reasonable distance apart.

NEWTOWN — According to police, Thein H. Ha, 11 Hampton St., Auburn, Mass., was westbound on Church Hill Road at 9:10 a.m. July 25.

Robert Griffin, 11 Tunnel Rd., southbound on South Main Street, stopped to turn left onto Church Hill Road.

As Mr. Ha entered the southbound travel lane of Main Street from Church Hill Road, the two vehicles made contact.

Police issued a written warning for an improper turn to Mr. Ha.

NEWTOWN — Police said Sarah Jia Grant, 53 South Mile Hill Rd., was following Michael Frascatore, 215 Ripton Rd., Shelton, at 9:08 p.m. July 27 on South Main Street.

When Mr. Frascatore stopped in traffic to allow for roadwork, the vehicles collided.

No injuries were reported on scene.

Police issued a written warning to Ms. Grant for following too closely.

NEWTOWN — Police report they were called to 8 Stuart Dr. for an unrelated matter at 4:58 p.m. July 26.

While there, they met Earl Douglas Feistel, 8 Stuart Dr., and determined there was an active warrant for Mr. Feistel’s arrest.

Police arrested him and charged him with violation of probation.

They released Mr. Feistel on a $5,000 surety bond with a court date of August 14.

NEWTOWN — According to police, they received a report of a vehicle that had run off the road at 9:16 p.m. July 25 on Hanover Road.

The complainant said the vehicle operator was intoxicated while driving.

After a brief investigation, police said the vehicle likely struck a guardrail on The Boulevard and determined the vehicle owner as William Hall, 28 Pond Brook Rd.

Police arrested Mr. Hall and charged him with driving under the influence, evading the scene of an accident and failure to have insurance.

Mr. Hall was released on a $100 bond with a court date of August 8.

MONROE — According to police, there was a report of a verbal argument taking place on the side of Main Street on August 1.

Police say that Robert Franklin and Tanaisha Burrus of Bridgeport were taken into custody and charged.

Mr. Franklin was charged with operation of a drug factory, possession with intent to sell a narcotic substance, possession of a controlled substance within 1,500 feet of a school and four counts of possession of a controlled substance.

He was held on a $15,000 bond and was arraigned in Bridgeport on August 2.

Ms. Burrus was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance. She was released in a $1,000 bond and was given a court date on August 9.

MONROE — According to police there was a report of a stolen motorcycle in the area of Maple Drive and Mill Street on April 16.

Police said that witnesses saw two men attempt to steal the motorcycle and when they were approached, the men abandoned it in the middle of Maple Drive.

One suspect was arrested on a warrant and processed.

Police said that on July 29 Andrew Dwyer of Waterbury was taken into custody by the Fairfield Police Department and turned over to Monroe police.

Mr. Dwyer was charged with criminal attempt at larceny in the second degree, conspiracy to commit larceny in the second degree, burglary in the third degree, conspiracy to commit burglary in the third degree, criminal mischief in the third degree and criminal trespassing in the second degree.

He was released on a $10,000 bond and is expected in court on August 8.

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