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Glastonbury Police Blotter: Nov. 21 - Dec. 3

Glastonbury arrests from Nov. 21 through Dec. 3.

 

Glastonbury police released the following information on arrests and infractions. Inclusion on this list does not indicate a conviction.

Dec. 2

Keith A. Decarolis, 42, of 667 Goodale Hill Road in Glastonbury, was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, third-degree assault and second-degree threatening.  The Glastonbury Police Department received a phone call from the Marlborough Medical Center that they were treating a patient for an injury resulting from a physical altercation during a domestic dispute. An investigation revealed that Decarolis physically fought and threatened a family member. He was released on a $25,000 non-surety bond, and was due in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 3.

Nov. 23

Andrew Allison, 19, of 10 Brack Farm Drive in East Hampton, was arrested by warrant and charged with delivery of alcohol to a minor and possession of alcohol by a minor stemming from a police investigation into an incident on Aug. 21 where several intoxicated juveniles were found near Thompson St. He was released on $500 cash and is due in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 12.

Galen G. Sheperd, 67, of 21 Mountain Road in Glastonbury, was arrested and charged with second-degree sexual assault and disorderly conduct after police responded to a report of a sexual assault of an adult victim. He was held in lieu of $75,000 bond, and appeared in Manchester Superior Court on Nov. 26.

Donald McCann, 29, of 15 Robinson Ave. in Bedord Hills, NY, was arrested and charged with second-degree forgery and attempt to fraudulently obtain narcotics after the Connecticut State Police Casino Unit advised them that they had McCann in custody on an active warrant out of Glastonbury. The warrant stemmed from a Sept. 2012 investigation where police claimed McCann attempted to obtain narcotics by forging prescriptions. He was held in lieu of $40,000 bond.

Nickolas Trudeau, 32, of 38 Charter Road in Wethersfield, was arrested and charged with second-degree larceny after an investigation determined that Trudeau stole over $17,000 worth of property from an acquaintance and their relative.  Trudeau later pawned the property at several local pawn shops. He was released on $15,000 bond and is due in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 12.

Nov. 21

William C. Gordon, 35, of 5 Coe Ave. Extension in Portland, was arrested on charges of weapons in a motor vehicle, possession of less than ½ of marijuana, and possession of paraphernalia after police stopped his vehicle for speeding and found him to be in possession of marijuana, a smoking pipe and a butterfly knife.  He was released on $10,000 non-surety bond, and is due to appear in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 5.

Elizabeth Vanlaw, 24, of 1293 Mathis Ferry Road, Mount Pleasant, S.C., was arrested on charges of interfering with an officer after it was revealed that Vanlaw deliberately provided false information to police during an investigation. She was released on $1,000 non-surety bond and is due in Manchester Superior Court on Dec. 5.

Nov. 20

Michael Tongren, 33, of 62 Sycamore St. in Glastonbury, was charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief and interfering with an officer after a resident called police to report that Tongren was breaking a window on a truck parked at Eric Town Square. Officers arrived and found Tongren trying to get into the truck; he was arrested after a brief struggle, police said. Tongren was on parole at the time, and was remanded into custody.

A local juvenile was arrested and charged with breach of peace and third-degree assault after an investigation into a fight that occurred outside 29 Hopewell Road on Oct. 5. They were issued a summons to appear in juvenile court.

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