Farmington Police Log: Oct. 10-11

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

Richard Robert Musumano, 36, of 283 Perkins Ave., Waterbury, was arrested Oct. 11 after allegedly making threatening and harassing phone calls to the Farmington Police Department. Musumano was charged with second-degree harassment and held on $10,000 surety in connection with the phone calls. He was also arrested by warrant and charged with first-degree failure to appear and two counts of second-degree failure to appear and held on $75,000 surety bond for each of those charges. According to the State Judicial website, Farmington Police charged Musumano with second-degree harassment in connection with an incident on Dec. 16, 2011 and on Nov. 17, 2011, when he allegedly also was involved in an incident for which he was charged with second-degree threatening. The website shows charges of second-degree harassment, second-degree breach of peace and first-degree threatening from June 14, 2012, as well. Musumano is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 16.

Bonny Lu Elbe, 54, of 10 Gladys Road, East Hartford, was arrested Oct. 10 by warrant at the intersection of Colt Highway and Scott Swamp Road and was charged with second-degree failure to appear. She was released on $100 cash bond and scheduled to appear Oct. 23.

Michael Agnew, 54, of 76 Flagg Road, West Hartford, was arrested Oct. 10 by warrant in Hartford Court and charged with third-degree larceny. According to police, Agnew is accused of stealing jewelry from a home where he was working. He was held on $20,000 surety bond and scheduled to appear Oct. 10.

Brittiny Tiana Hudson, 22, of 567 S Quaker Lane, West Hartford, was arrested Oct. 10 after turning herself in on a warrant. She was charged with sixth-degree larceny. According to police, Hudson is accused of stealing merchandise from J. Crew, where she once worked. She posted $2,500 surety bond and was scheduled to appear Oct. 17.


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