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Ellington-Somers Police Blotter: April 13-April 19

The following arrest reports, provided by Connecticut State Police, are accurate as of April 20, 2012. Items on this list reflect charges filed, not convictions.

Editor's Note: This arrest was filed late and therefore did not make it into the April 6-April 12 police blotter. 

April 12

Between April 7 and April 9, two soda dispensing machines at the were forcibly entered and subsequently damaged. Coins and currency were removed from both machines.

April 13

Amber Bosley, 27, of 34 Lincoln St. in Enfield, was traveling westbound on Sandy Beach Road in Ellington. she lost control of her vehicle and struck a tree, which resulted in her vehicle overturning. Her passenger, a 93-year-old Ellington woman, was transported to Hartford Hospital and the vehicle was towed by . Bosley was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.  

Amber Bosley, 27, of 34 Lincoln St. in Enfield, who was involved in a motor vehicle accident and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, was transported to Troop C in Tolland. While at Troop C, Bosley assaulted a state trooper. She was then charged with assault on a police officer and was held on a $10,000 cash or surety bond pending a Rockville Superior Court appearance.

Anthony Smith, 25, of 44 Summer St., Apt. 1S in Bristol, was transported from to Rockville Superior Court so that an active arrest warrant for the accused could be served. Smith was placed under arrest on an active arrest warrant for the charge of fugitive of justice. Smith was processed and held on a $50,000 bond set by the court. He was then turned back over to the state marshals to be presented to the court for the charge.

Ronald J. Harper, 24, of 129 Springfield Rd., Apt. 4 in Somers, was located at his residence and was placed under arrest on an active arrest warrant for an incident on West Main Street in Stafford. Harper was charged with third-degree burglary, third-degree criminal mischief, and fifth-degree larceny: theft from a building. He was transported to Troop C and was processed without incident.  

April 14

Raymond J. Griffen, 40, of 33 Middle Butcher Rd. in Ellington, was stopped for failing to stop at a stop sign on Pinney Hill Road by Hall Hill Road in Willington. Upon further investigation, Griffen submitted to a field sobriety test that he failed. He was charged with DUI and was processed. The vehicle was towed by Bill’s Towing.

April 15

Jeremiah J. Price, 28, of 17 Reagan St., Apt. 59 in Vernon, was charged after troopers investigated a disturbance call at the . A caller reported to have eye witnessed assault outside his residence. He stated that a white male wearing plaid shorts and no shirt was actively striking a white female on the grassed area in front of an apartment. This investigation subsequently led to the in-custody arrest of Price. He was charged with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault. Price was held at Troop C on a $1,000 cash/surety bond with a court date of April 16 at Rockville Superior Court. 

April 18

Justin Newton, 19, of 11 Westland Rd. in Ellington, was transported from Manson Youth Institution to Rockville Superior Court so that an active arrest warrant for the accused could be served. Newton was placed under arrest for stealing a firearm, second-degree false statement, third-degree conspiracy to commit burglary, third-degree burglary, third-degree larceny, and second-degree criminal mischief. Newton was processed and held on a $20,000 bond set by the court. He was then turned back over to the state marshals to be presented to the court.

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