Glastonbury police released the following information on arrests and infractions. Inclusion on this list does not indicate a conviction.
Josef Jones-Otero, 20, of 19 Cobbs Mill Lane in Glastonbury, was arrested on an outstanding warrant after he called police to report that he was holding a lost dog. The arrest warrant charging him with conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary and conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary stems from an Aug. 2012 investigation into over 15 car burglaries in town; Jones-Otero and three others were arrested in connection with those incidents. A later complaint led police to issue a further arrest warrant for Jones-Otero and the others, of which two have already been arrested. Jones Otero was released on $10,000 non-surety bond and is due in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 5.
David M. Thompson, Jr., of 188 Grand Ave., 1195, in New Haven, was arrested by warrant on charges of second-degree forgery and attempt to obtain a narcotic substance by fraud. Thompson was arrested by the New Haven Police Department on unrelated charges when it was discovered that he had an outstanding warrant from Glastonbury. The warrant stemmed from an investigation into an attempted prescription forgery at a Glastonbury pharmacy, when police say Thompson attempted to obtain Oxycodone pills. He was released on $35,000 bond, and is due in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 5.
Scott R. Martin, 34, of 59 Loon Place in South Windsor, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and drinking while operating a motor vehicle after the Glastonbury Police Department responded to a two-car accident on Main St. near Rankin Road. An investigation revealed that Martin was drinking and driving, police said. He was released on $2,500 non-surety bond, and is due in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 5.
Lydia Oyola-Diaz, 49, of 177 Hackmatack St. in Manchester, was arrested after police responded to a domestic dispute in the north parking lot of the Glastonbury Police Department building. During the dispute, police say Oyola-Diaz bit her son on his left forearm. She was charged with third-degree assault and released on $5,000 non-surety bond. She was due to appear in Manchester Superior Court on Nov. 19.
Barbara Putnam, 60, of 218 Conestoga Way in Glastonbury, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence after police responded to a report that her vehicle was parked on the front lawn of 142 Stevens Lane. Further investigation found Putnam to be intoxicated, police said. She was released on a misdemeanor summons and is due to appear in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 10.
Thomas James Tremblay, 29, of 107 Madison Road in Glastonbury, was arrested on charges of driving under the influence and simple trespass after police received a complaint of an intoxicated male at 1094 Main St. The man’s vehicle left the scene, police said, but was stopped a short distance later on Chestnut Hill Road. Tremblay was arrested for driving under the influence. During the investigation, police also discovered that Tremblay knew the residents of the Chestnut Hill Road property, and that he did not have permission to be there. He was released on $5,000 bond and is due in court on Nov. 28.