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Farmington Police Log: Aug. 28-30

This information is provided by the Farmington Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

Jerome Darnell Davis, 31, of 125 Mallard Dr., Avon, was arrested on Aug. 30 at 143 Mallard Drive and charged with third-degree assault and second-degree breach of peace. He is accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, police said, and is being held on a $30,000 surety bond.

Laurie Mead, 59, of 131 Center St., Apt. 2, Lee, MA, was arrested on Aug. 29 at 500 South Road and charged with sixth-degree larceny and possession of a shoplifting device at Lord & Taylor. Her non-surety bond was $1,500.

Andre Scott, 22, 98 Brook St., Hartford, was arrested on Aug. 29 at 500 South Road and charged with second-degree breach of peace after a domestic disturbance at Westfarms mall. His non-surety bond was $1,500.

Victoria Arlette Webb, 20, of 98 Brook St., Hartford, was arrested on Aug. 29 at 500 South Road and charged with second-degree breach of peace after a domestic disturbance at Westfarms mall. Her non-surety bond was $1,500.

Florentino Garcia, 49, of 300 Plainville Ave., Unionville, was arrested on Aug. 29 and charged with operating while under the influence. Police said he struck a sign in the parking lot at 300 Plainville Ave. His non-surety bond was $1,500.

Frances Marie Rodriguez, 21, of 25 Leo St., New Britain, was arrested on Aug. 28 at 319 New Britain Ave. and charged with fourth-degree larceny. Police said she turned herself in on a warrant on charges of making false returns while employed at Nordstrom. She was released on a surety bond of $2,500.

Carlos Manuel Rodriguez, 45, of 34 Highshot Road, Hartford, was arrested on Aug. 28 at 500 South Road and charged with criminal trespass, sixth-degree larceny and possession of a shoplifting device. Police said he was accused of shoplifting from Lord & Taylor and had been previously warned not to return to the store after a prior shoplifting incident. His non-surety bond was $10,000.

 

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