Glastonbury police released the following information on arrests and infractions. Inclusion on this list does not indicate a conviction.
Steven Osip, 45, and Jessica Johnson, 21, both of 194 House St., Glastonbury, were both arrested on charges of disorderly conduct after police responded to their home on a report of a domestic dispute. They were each released on a written promise to appear in court on Feb. 1.
Jason Allen Thomas, 31, of 109 Concord Circle, Wethersfield, was arrested on a single count of violation of probation after turning himself in to the Glastonbury Police Department at 7 a.m. He was held in lieu of $200,000, and was arraigned in Manchester Superior Court later that day. The warrant for his arrest stemmed from a prior arrest for first-degree robbery with a firearm.
Louis S. Moore, 20, was arrested on charges of second-degree breach of peace and possession of drug paraphernalia after police say he struck and spit on a parked car on Hebron Ave. He was released on a written promise to appear in court on Feb. 13.
Derek Pierini, 29, of no certain address, was arrested on charges of third-degree burglary, first-degree larceny and second-degree criminal mischief by members of the Glastonbury Police Deparmtent and the Connecticut Department of Corrections Parole Fugitive Investigations Unit at a residence in Hartford. The charges stemmed from an investigation into a residential burglary on Glastonbury Hunt Lane on Jan. 18, where jewelry, electronics and a vehicle were stolen. Evidence linked Pierni to the burglary, police said. He was held in lieu of $75,000 bond and turned over to parole officers for a violation of parole. He is due in court on Feb. 13.
Wayne D. Massa, 47, of 155 Burnside Ave., 2nd floor, turned himself to police on a warrant charging him with failure to respond to an infraction regarding an original charge of possession of less than 0.5 ounces of cannabis. He was released on $300 bond and is due on court to answer to those charges on Feb. 8. Massa also turned himself in on a separate warrant charging him with second-degree failure to appear, operating a cell phone without a hands free device and operating under suspension. He was released on $4,000 bond for that warrant, and is due in court for those charges on Feb. 13.