Police Blotter: September 18-19

The following police reports are accurate as of September 20, 11 a.m.



Frank Abbatemarco, 40, of 41 Stone Ridge Ln., was arrested by Connecticut State Police on Woods Road and charged with criminal violation of a protective order.


Isabella I. Himmel, 20, of 3400 North Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, IL, was arrested by University of Connecticut Police at UConn Police Headquarters and charged with second-degree breach of peace, second-degree false statement and second-degree falsely reporting an incident.



State Police are investigating fraudulent credit card charges on a Mansfield resident’s MasterCard made via the Internet between Sept. 16 and Sept. 17. There are no suspects at this time, according to a police report.

Warrant Arrest

Wenjie Cai, 31, of 448 Merrow Rd., Tolland, was arrested by campus police at his Tolland residence on an active arrest warrant. Cai was charged with criminal attempt and three counts of fifth-degree larceny.


Joseph Adrian Bilodeau, 27, of 404 Middle Tpke., was arrested by campus police on an active arrest warrant and charged with third-degree criminal mischief, third-degree criminal trespass, interfering with an officer and sixth-degree larceny.


John Stephen Zaleski, 21, of 295 Pepper Ridge Rd., Stamford, was arrested by campus police on 1E Coogan Crescent and charged with falsely reporting an incident in the second degree and misuse of the 9-1-1 system.


Mansfield Resident State Troopers responded to Stearns Road to investigate a larceny complaint. According to police, the complainant’s white 1988 Chevrolet 2500 pick-up truck - valued at $600 - had been stolen near the gravel pit on Stearns Road. Police said the complainant stated that he had not left his keys in the vehicle and that the vehicle’s doors were unlocked. There are no suspects or witnesses at this time, according to a police report. Anyone with information is asked to contact Troop C.


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