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Laura C. Gallicchio, 18, of Pheasant Run, Old Mystic, was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, possession of less than one-half ounce of marijuana, possession of alcohol as a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Carly Ann Meiner, 35, of 63 Pond Drive, North Stonington, was charged Sunday with breach of peace.
Wilton Lee Curry Jr., 50, of 38 West Broad St., Pawcatuck, was charged with failure to verify address as non-violent sex offender. Police said Curry is ordered to report his address repeatedly and he failed to do so in a timely manner.
Patrick J. Westgate, 24, of 2 Stillman Ave., Pawcatuck, was charged on a bench warrant issued from 4th Division District Court.
Anastasia Konakowitz, 22, of 513 Boston Post Road, Waterford, was charged with a stop sign violation and operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.
Steven James Campbell, 19, of 4 Byron Drive, Westerly, was charged with failure to drive right/at slow speed: non/wide-bed vehicle, evading responsibility for physical injury or property damage and operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.
Eric J. Morabito, 32, of 621F Bank St., New London, was charged Tuesday with operation of a motor vehicle when registration or license is refused/suspended and vehicle driven with intent to harass or intimidate.
Juan M. Resto, 25, of 1 Noyes Ave., Pawcatuck, was charged by Westerly police with manufacturing/possession/delivery of cocaine.
The investigation began in mid-October, when Resto called the police after his room at the Blue Whale Inn on Winnapaug Road was broken into and a safe was stolen, according to Chief Edward St. Clair. Officers found and arrested three people for breaking and entering, and recovered the unopened safe.
After a department K-9 indicated the safe may have contained drugs, detectives obtained a search warrant for the safe on Oct. 25. They opened the safe to find more than 4 grams of cocaine packaged for sale, St. Clair said.
The department obtained an arrest warrant for Resto in January, but were unable to locate him until an officer in the Bradford area pulled Resto over for an equipment violation on his vehicle. Recognizing Resto, the officer took him into the department’s custody.
Resto entered no plea at his arraignment in Rhode Island 4th Division District Court on March 6. He was released on bail with surety pending a screening in felony court on April 15.
Katelyn M. Hickey, 19, of 44 Georgia St., Groton, was charged with cruelty to animals. She was scheduled a court date of March 10 on a promise to appear.
Matthew D. Williams, 36, of 65 Riverview Drive, Groton City, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, evading responsibility, reckless driving, failure to drive at a reasonable distance and insufficient insurance. He was held on $1,000 non-surety and scheduled a court date of March 10.
Justin C. Henderson, 32, of 13 Joliet Court, Groton, was charged with breach of peace, two counts of 2nd-degree threatening and two counts of 1st-degree reckless endangerment. He was held on a court set amount of $50,000 and given a court date of March 11.
Frank Lee Jones, 27, of 87 Spring St., Norwich, was charged with driving unreasonably fast, possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance - narcotics and use of drug paraphernalia. He was held on $5,000 non-surety and given a court date of March 12.
Nicole M. Mitchell, 27, of 102 Whalehead Road, Ledyard, was charged with criminal impersonation and interference with an officer. She was held on $10,000 and given a court date of March 12.
Michael L. Salvino, 49, of 189 Quinnipiac Ave., North Haven, was charged with disorderly conduct. He was held on $500 non-surety and a court appearance was scheduled for March 12.
Lydia S. Daggett, 57, of 208 G Street, Groton, was charged with 1st-degree reckless endangerment, 3rd-degree arson and 3rd-degree criminal mischief. She was held on $100,000 and went to court that day.
Ariana Z. Roman, 19, of 63 Chester St., Woonsocket, was charged with illegal operation of a motor vehicle under suspension, improper use of a marker, registration or license, possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was given a court date of March 12 on a promise to appear.
Brittney A. Manwaring, 24, of 136 North Bridebrook Road, East Lyme, was charged with prostition, possession of a controlled substance – narcotics, illegal sales of a controlled substance by a non-drug dependent person. She was held on $2,500 and given a court date of March 13.
Kayla M. Gray, 58, of 58 Giants Neck Road, Niantic, was charged with shoplifting. She was held on $500 non-surety and given a court date of March 14.
Joseph P. Camerino, 27, of 40 Pearl St., New London, was charged with shoplifting. He was held on $500 non-surety and given a court date of March 14.
Neftaly Ramirez, 19, of 11 Paul Revere Road, Groton City, was charged with shoplifting and conspiracy. He was given a court date of March 14 on a promise to appear.
Aleros Cordero, 18, of 117 Mather Ave., Groton City, was charged with shoplifting and conspiracy. He was given a court date of March 14 on a promise to appear.
Marshawn A. Washington, 20, of 434 BEQ U.S. Subase 236 G, was charged with 2nd-degree failure to appear. He was held on $5,000 cash or surety after turning himself in.
Arrests are not convictions. The disposition of local arrests may be found on the Rhode Island Judiciary website at courts.ri.gov/ and the Connecticut website at jud.ct.gov/crim.htm
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