Karen L. Delton, 32, and Robert A. Moarcas, 28, both of 259 Georgetown Drive, Glastonbury, were each charged with possession of less than ½ ounce of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia after the Glastonbury Police Department received a complaint of a possible domestic occurring on Georgetown Drive. The caller heard screaming and items being thrown in the residence adjacent to her, police said. An investigation revealed Moarcas and Delton had been involved in a physical domestic dispute, and marijuana was discovered inside of the residence. Delton was also charged with one count of disorderly conduct. Delton was released on a written promise to appear in court; Moarcas received a $286 fine.
A 15-year-old juvenile was charged with disorderly conduct after the Glastonbury Police Department received a 911-hang-up call where yelling could be heard in the background. An investigation revealed that a father and his 15-year-old son had been in an altercation, resulting in the arrest of the juvenile. He was released on a written promise to appear in court on Sept. 24.
Ebony Evans, 22, of 385 Edgewood St., Hartford, was arrested on a warrant charging her with fourth-degree larceny. The warrant was issued after an investigation into a theft at Victoria’s Secret in June, police said.
Patricia E. Hul, 51, of 102 Route 87, Columbia, turned herself in to the Glastonbury Police Department on a warrant charging her with illegal possession of narcotics and sixth-degree larceny. The arrest stemmed from an incident during which Hul, a physical therapist, stole prescription pain medication from one of her patients, police said. She was released on $5,000 non-surety bond and is due in court on Oct. 2.
Richard G. James, 60, of No Certain Address, was arrested on charges of sixth-degree larceny and misuse of marker plates after he was found displaying a license plate on his vehicle, which was reported stolen by a neighbor two days prior. He was held in lieu of $5,000 bond and was due in court on Sept. 17.
Raymond Kirby, 67, of 19 Lakewood Circle, was issued a misdemeanor summons for a charge of disorderly conduct after police say he grabbed a family member’s wrist and caused a minor injury during an argument. He was released on a written promise to appear in court on Sept. 16.