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Police Blotter: Jan. 5-9

The following police reports are accurate as of January 10, 2 p.m.

1/9/12

Warrant Arrest

Ruslin Hsia, 22, of 745 Farmington Ave., West Hartford, was arrested by Police after turning himself in at the UConn Police Department on an outstanding arrest warrant. Hsia was charged with two counts of first-degree criminal trespass. 

Arrest

Kirsten Virginia Lunding, 20, of 7 Marks Rd., Riverside, was arrested by Connecticut State Police on Westwood Road and charged with second-degree criminal trespass, third-degree criminal mischief, breach of peace and third-degree assault.

1/8/12

DUI Arrest

Shannon Chriscoe, 21, of 51 Horizon Dr., Willimantic, was arrested by state police on Route 32 in Mansfield and charged with a speeding infraction, operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol and failure to drive right/at slow speed/non-wide-load vehicle.

DUI Arrest

Reuben Jonathan Miller, 30, of 11 Hunters Run was arrested by campus police on Plains Road and charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

1/7/12

DUI Arrest

Alexander B. Areias, 23, of 147 Marbern Ln., Naugatuck, was arrested by state police on Route 195 in Mansfield and charged with a speeding infraction, operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol and failure to have tail lamps.

1/6/12

Drug Arrest

Carlos Caamano, 18, of 191 High St., Windham, was arrested by state police on Meadowbrook Lane and charged with narcotics kept only in original container and possession of a controlled substance. 

Report

A Hunting Heights Drive resident reported to state police that a window to the apartment had been smashed and someone had gained entry, according to a police report. Items were taken and the case is currently under investigation, according to police.

1/5/12

Warrant Arrest

Michael P. Attardo, 38, of 344 Bricktop Rd., Windham, was arrested on a warrant by state police. Attardo was charged with attempt to commit a crime, fourth-degree larceny, fifth-degree larceny and sixth-degree larceny in relation to incidents at in Mansfield, according to a police report.

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