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Ellington-Somers Police Blotter: May 25-May 31

The following arrest reports, provided by Connecticut State Police, are accurate as of June 1, 2012. Items on this list reflect charges filed, not convictions.

Editor's Note: These arrests were filed late and therefore did not make it into previous police blotters. 

May 12

Zachary A. Mcarthur, 21, of 7 Christopher Dr. in Enfield, was placed under arrest at the Enfield Police Department by the authority of an active arrest warrant held by Troop C that was issued by Rockville Superior Court resulting from a domestic violence investigation. Mcarthur was taken into custody by the Enfield Police Department on unrelated charges and was then taken into state police custody. He was charged with breach of peace and third-degree assault for an incident on Springfield Road in Somers.

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May 24

Wajid H. Abrar, 46, of 164 Pinney St. in Ellington, turned himself in at Troop C on an active arrest warrant. He was arrested, charged with breach of peace, attempt to commit crime, and third-degree assault, processed, and released on a $30,000 cash or surety bond with a Rockville Superior Court date of May 29. 

May 25

Kimberly A. Jeffers, 43, of 32 Cindy Rd. in Ellington, came to Troop C to turn herself in on an active PRAWN warrant for first-degree failure to appear. The warrant was confirmed active and that it was signed on Sept. 12, 2011 out of Rockville Superior Court. She was taken into custody and processed according to state police policy without incident. Jeffers was released after posting a $500 surety bond set by the court with a scheduled court appearance date of June 4.

William Morehead, 34, of 9 Afton Ter. in Middletown, was transported from to Rockville Superior Court so that an active arrest warrant could be served. He was placed under arrest on an active arrest warrant issued by the court for the charge of fugitive from justice. Morehead 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.

May 27

Richard J. Krasinski, Jr., 43, of 16 Ridge Dr. in Ellington, was traveling southbound on Turnpike Road, just south of Crestview Drive, in Somers. He lost control of his vehicle and veered to the right, striking a wire rope guide rail and wooden posts off of the right shoulder. The vehicle came to a final uncontrolled rest on top of the guide rail, and was towed by . No injuries were reported. As a result of this investigation, Krasinski was arrested for operating under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. He was later released with a Rockville Superior Court date of June 12. 

May 29

Demetrius Hudson, 23, of 600 Asylum Ave. in Hartford, was transported from Osborn Correctional Institution to Rockville Superior Court so that an active arrest warrant could be served. He was placed under arrest on an active arrest warrant issued by Rockville Superior Court for the charge of fugitive from justice. He was processed and held on a $100,000 bond set by the court. Hudson was then turned back over to the state marshals to be presented to the court.

May 30

Gerald M. Glaser, 59, of 33 Standish Rd. in Ellington, was arrested after members of the state police responded to the victim’s address for a report of a domestic disturbance. As a result of this investigation Glaser was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault. He was transported to Troop C in Tolland where he was processed and released on a $2,500 non-surety bond with a Rockville Superior Court date of May 31. 

Alexander E. Ramsey, 22, of 27 Steeple Rd. in Enfield, turned himself in at Troop C based on an arrest warrant that was issued after an investigation into the theft of items from vehicles on West Road in Ellington on April 2, 2012. He was processed on the related charges - third-degree burglary and sixth-degree larceny - and was transported to Rockville Superior Court for arraignment.

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