Police blotter for the June 14 edition

The Plainville Police Department announced the following arrests and citations from Monday, June 3 to Saturday, June 8:

  • Sarah J. Lewis, 38, of 4 Shepaug Rd., Sandy Hook, was arrested on Monday, June 3, and charged with sixth degree larceny.
  • Adam M. Dzilenski, 30, of 451 East St., Plantsville, was arrested on Tuesday, June 4, and charged with disorderly conduct.
  • Lizmarie Schryer, 24, of 70 Whiting St., Plainville, was arrested on Wednesday, June 5, and charged with violation of a protective order, third degree assault, and disorderly conduct.
  • Darwin Velez, 28, of 108 Richard St., New Britain, was arrested on Wednesday, June 5, and charged with violation of a protective order, operation of a motor vehicle under suspension, and failure to display lights.
  • Marc D. Santacroce, 50, of 23 Hughes St., Plainville, was arrested on Wednesday, June 5, and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, traveling unreasonably fast, running from the police, and having minimal insurance.
  • Richard A. Cruz Jr., 29, of 57 Hayes Rd., Windsor, was arrested on Thursday, June 6, and charged with second degree assault, first degree reckless endangerment, and disorderly conduct.
  • Jason S. Demmons, 18, of 192 Stillwell Dr., Plainville, was arrested on Thursday, June 6, and charged with third degree assault, and disorderly conduct.
  • Michael T. Kowalchuk, 45, of 156 Queen St., Bristol, was arrested on Thursday, June 6, and charged with second degree failure to appear, and first degree failure to appear.
  • Jeffrey D. Behrmann, 31, of 11 South Westwood Rd., Ansonia, was arrested on Saturday, June 8, and charged with first degree stalking, second degree stalking, first degree criminal trespassing, second degree harassment, and disorderly conduct.
  • Brian S. Butkevich, 43, of 11 Norton Pl., Plainville, was arrested on Saturday, June 8, and charged with second degree threatening, disorderly conduct, and third degree criminal mischief.
  • Adam M. Dzilenski, 30 of 452 East St., Plainville, was arrested on Saturday, June 8, and charged with first degree threatening, and second degree breach of peace.