Middletown Crime

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  • Wesleyan overdoses happened as school stepped up eff...

    6 hrs ago | via KNUS-AM Aurora 

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  • $500,000 sought to cover judgments, settlements agai...

    Wednesday | via MassLive.com 

    The Law Department has petitioned the City Council to transfer $500,000 to its budget at the council's next scheduled meeting to cover recent court settlements and judgments against the city. City Attorney John Liebel confirmed those prospective settlements include a federal lawsuit leveled by a Connecticut FedEx driver and another state court judgment awarded by a judge to two city residents; both involved allegations of excessive force by city police.

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  • Middletown Police Arrests Include Burglary, Shoplifting

    Wednesday Feb 25 | via Patch.com 

    Arrests are from the Feb. 25 arraignment docket, which also includes the arrest of four Wesleyan University students that were allegedly involved in the mass Molly overdose. Sandy Armstrong, 27, of Waterbury was arrested and charged with two counts of second-degree failure to appear on Feb. 25. Joseph Duncan, 59, of Middletown was arrested and charged with breach of peace and failure to submit to fingerprinting on Feb. 25. Thomas Bell,40 of Meriden was arrested Feb. 24 and charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief and sixth-degree larceny.

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  • Red Bank: Gunman Robs Pedestrian

    Friday Feb 20 | via Red Bank Green 

    The crime and arrest reports below were provided by the Red Bank Police Department for the period of February 12 to February 19, 2015. This information is unedited.

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  • Police: Woman Stabs Cousin's Boyfriend On Valentine'...

    Tuesday Feb 17 | via The Hartford Courant 

    A 22-year old woman is facing charges of first-degree assault, disorderly conduct and risk of injury to a minor after she slashed her cousin's boyfriend in the neck during an argument, police said. Police responded to a report of a disturbance at an apartment building at 400 Washington St. in Middletown at approximately 11:30 p.m. on Saturday to find the door open and what sounded like an argument going on inside.

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  • Last-minute settlement talks revived in the case of ...

    Thursday Feb 12 | via MassLive.com 

    Settlement talks may be revived among lawyers for a FedEx driver from Connecticut who filed a federal police brutality lawsuit and attorneys for the city and police. A lawyer for plaintiff Michael Ververis initially told a federal judge he expected the case would go to trial in U.S. District Court starting Feb. 23, despite efforts to settle the case out of court.

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  • Police: Middletown Man Arrested After Assault at Kru...

    Friday Feb 6 | via Patch.com 

    A Middletown man was arrested by police after he allegedly got into a fight with a store owner over money and resisted arrest after officers showed up. The owner of Krust Pizza Bar on Main Street called police on Feb. 3 shortly before 7 p.m. to report that he was in an altercation with an upstairs tenant who was outside his back door.

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Middletown Law

There is any chance for a modification in his sentence and for him not to be deported
Generally speaking, if he has already plead, going back into court to modify or change the sentence to some sort of...
There is any chance for a modification in his sentence and for him not to be deported
Generally speaking, if he has already plead, going back into court to modify or change the sentence to some sort of...
There is any chance for a modification in his sentence and for him not to be deported
The question has more to do with the criminal law, this is an immigration forum. If you are asking for immigration...
Hello I had a dui charge back in 2005 in Conneticuit I went to the administrative part and it was dismissed due to faulty testing equipment. so it didnt affect my liscense . In Conneticuit there is also a Criminal aspect to a dui charge. I was supposed to do some kind of class in which i never did , I move from Conneticuit shortly after and never took care of the matter . I recently found out that in 2006 a rearrest order was issued . How can I get this matter taken care of with out going to Connecticut any help will be appreciated.
You can't. You will have to turn yourself in and post an appearance bond. You will then be given a court date where you...
I am a Parole Officer and a Gulf War veteran and involved in my community, via my church. I am a 47 year old with only a seat belt violation and one speeding ticket. I do not wish to take the AEP program, I feel I simple used poor judgment. I have seen my parolees have their sentence reduced. I am hoping and praying the same. What advice can you give.
It would be unwise not to take advantage of the AE Program unless you have a rock solid defense to the arrest. Speak to...
I never was arrested while driving a truck or being on the job. I did lose my Motor Veh license but got that back. Driving was livelihood and although I have taken another job in a warehouse part time but driiving is really all I know. The company I worked for prior to the DUI has me on call to work in their warehouse but that is only happening about 6 wks per year. They said if there is someway I could get my CDL back, they would without hesitation take me back.
You should retain a lawyer and see if there are avenues of relief to which you are entitled ether at the DMV or through...
Ticketed 2001, Got letter to appear in court 10-5-2011, license was suspended, was restored 2003.
Once you are ticketed, the statute of limitations no longer comes into play.