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Wallingford Police Blotter: Oct. 11 - Oct. 18

The following arrest information was provided by the Wallingford Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Police have found themselves busy with several cases int he last week, including one which led to the arrest of a contracted cleaning worker at Lyman Hall High School who allegedly had sex with a student under the age of 16. Take a look at the latest arrest logs.

The Wallingford Police Department reported the following arrests:

Oct. 10

Luis Quiles, 19, of 239 Center St. in Wallingford, was charged with sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 10.

Isaac Morales, 28, of 143 Veteran St. in Meriden, was charged with failure to meet minimum insurance requirements, operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration and causing unnecessary or unusually loud noises, Oct. 10.

Oct. 11


Enrico Delgreco, 27, of 230 Chamberlain Highway in Meriden, was charged with driving under the influence and passing a standing school bus, Oct. 11.

Jeffrey Chase, 34, of 21 Gave Lane in Wallingford, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under suspension and drivng while using a cell phone, Oct. 11.

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Oct. 12

Kadeem Fraser, 18, of 789 Williams St. in Bridgeport, is charged with disorderly conduct, Oct. 12.

Oct. 13

Thomas Colby, 46, of 38 East Side Terrace in Wallingford, was charged with sixth-degree shoplifting, Oct. 13.

Oct. 14

Christopher Tallerdy, 30, of 380 Meloy Road in West Haven, was charged with operating an unregistered motor vehicle and operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration, Oct. 14.

Kevin Sova, 52, of 239 Quinnipiac St. in Wallingford, was charged with failure to drive in proper lane and driving under the influence, Oct. 14.

James Gatcomb, 26, of 26 N. Turnpike Road in Wallingford, was charged with driving under the influence and driving the wrong way on a one way street, Oct. 14.

Oct. 15

Sean Amendola, 38, of 42 Sundace Circle in West Haven, was charged with criminal attempt to commit sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 15.

Carlos Lopez, 63, of 153 S. Colony Road in Wallingford, was charged with unsafe backing and operating a motor vehicle under suspension, Oct. 15.

Oct. 16

Patrick Defilippo, 48, of 986 Thorme St. in Bridgeport, was charged with first-degree harassment with the intent to terrorize, Oct. 16.

Scott Zemina, 54, of 9 Laurel View Park in Wallingford, was charged with driving under the influence, Oct. 16.

Jennalynn Jennings, 18, of 30 Sachem Drive in North Haven, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to drive a reasonable distance apart, Oct. 16.

Juan David Mazo-Ospina, 32, of 302 Saw Mill Road in West Haven, was charged with second-degree sexual assault and illegal sexual contact with a victim under the age of 16, Oct. 16.

Oct. 17

Edward McMahon, 48, of 617 Main St. in Middletown, was charged with second-degree threatening, Oct. 17.

Austin Defilippo, 19, of 986 Thorme St. in Bridegport, was charged with third-degree criminal mischief and conspiracy to commit third-degree criminal mischief, Oct. 17.

Brendan Ellard, 34, of 127 Zootenvalo Estate in St. John, Virgin Islands, was charged with drinking while operating a motor vehicle, driving under the influence and operating a motor vehicle under suspension, Oct. 17.

Joseph Biancheri, 23, of 390 Union St. in West Haven, was charged with third-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary, sixth-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny and criminal attempt to commit sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 17.

Oct. 18

William Raw, 22, of 40 Applewood Lane in Milford, was charged with thid-degree burglary, sixth-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary, conspracy to commit sixth-degree larceny and criminal attempt to commit sixth-degree larceny, Oct. 18.

The preceding arrest information was provided by the Wallingford Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

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