Mansfield Police Blotter: Nov. 8-10

Arrest reports are provided by the Connecticut State Police. An arrest does not signify a conviction.

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By Chris Dehnel

Nov. 8

Juliette Russell, 28, of 27 Eldredge Mills Rd., Willington, was charged with DUI and failure to have tail lamps after a traffic stop on Route 32 at 12:38 a.m., state police said. 

She failed a series of field sobriety tests, state police said.

Brian Granger, 22, of Bristol, was charged with speeding, DUI, failure to drive right, and making an improper turn for an incident on Hunting Lodge Road, state police said.

He was witnessed driving erratically, state police said.

Police were called to a car break-in at 2:26 p.m. on Pine Woods Lane.

The owner of the car showed state police a smashed-in window and said a Dooney and Burke purse, valued at $325, was taken. The car owner said a wristlet with a value of $125 was in the purse, state police said. 

The victim reported that $10 in cash and valuable personal papers were in the purse.

The case is under investigation, state police said.

Nov. 9

Chantal Paggioli, 23, of Chaplin, was charged with DUI and improper parking at 11:52 p.m. on Stafford Road, state police said.

She failed a series of field sobriety tests, state police said.


Between 5 p.m. on Nov. 9 and 6 a.m. on Nov. 10, Champions General Store was burglarized, state police said.

Anyone with information regarding the crime can call 860-896-3222, ext. 8088, state police said.


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