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East Hampton Police Log for Dec. 11, 2009 – lots of collisions

December 11, 2009 Local News 6 Comments

police16Four collisions… that we know of….

On Sunday, 11/29/09 Marilyn Baillargeon, 80, of 174 Mott Hill Road, East Hampton, CT and Dana Klemky, 50, of 93 South Main St., Marlborough, CT were involved in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Rt. 66 and Old West High Street. Klemky was issued a ticket for operating without a license.

On Tuesday, 12/1/09 Thelma Bouley, 75, of 29 Sunset St., Manchester, CT and Robert Piacentini, 55, of 180 Saner Road, Marlborough, CT were involved in a two-vehicle accident on Lake Drive, 200 feet south of Pocotopaug Drive. Bouley and Piacentini were both cited for failure to carry insurance.

On Wednesday, 12/2/09 Randolph Scherp, 41, of 47 Hog Hill Road, East Hampton, CT and Patricia Holmes, 38, of 4 Starr Place, East Hampton, CT were involved in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Rt. 16 and Sinco Place. Scherp was issued a ticket for failure to grant the right of way.

On  Tuesday, 12/8/09 Troy Ellis, 29, of 111 Loomis Road, Colchester, CT and Kerri Lee, 38, of 145 Comstock Trail, East Hampton, CT were involved in a two -vehicle accident at the intersection of Rt. 16 and Flatbrook Road. Ellis was arrested for operating an unregistered motor vehicle, unsafe tires and operating without insurance.

And other bad driving…

On Thursday, 12/3/09 Edward House, 51, of 00 West High St., East Hampton, CT was issued a ticket for speeding and failure to carry an insurance card.

On Friday, 12/4/09 Julia A. Vezina, 44, of 24 Childs Road, East Hampton, CT was arrested for operating under the influence of alcohol and failure to drive right.

On Saturday, 12/5/09 Michael K. Downey, 50, 63 of Viola Drive, East Hampton, CT was arrested for operating under the influence of alcohol and failure to drive right.

On Monday, 12/7/09 Carol J. Lord, 44, of 28 Oneco St., Norwich, CT was issued a ticket for operating an unregistered motor vehicle and failure to illuminate the headlights.

On Wednesday, 12/9/09 a 17-year-old male juvenile was issued a ticket for failure to drive right, operating a motor vehicle by a 17-year-old between the hours of 11 p.m. – 5 a.m., and operating a motor vehicle without a license.

And other bad behavior…

On Monday, 12/7/09 Peter P. Moore, 29, of 85 North Main St., East Hampton, CT was arrested pursuant to a warrant for impairing the morals of children and harassment second degree.

On Monday, 12/7/09 Andreas Rivers, 44, of Old West High St., East Hampton, CT was arrested for disorderly conduct.

On Tuesday, 12/8/09 Michael C. Poe, 35, of  West Blvd., East Hampton, CT was arrested pursuant to a warrant on charges of burglary third-degree, larceny fifth -degree and conspiracy to commit larceny.

On Tuesday, 12/8/09 a 15-year-old male juvenile was referred to Juvenile Court on charges of disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana and interfering with a police officer.

On Tuesday, 12/8/09 Patrick A. Lachappelle, 22, of 130 East High St., East Hampton, CT was arrested pursuant to a warrant for violation of probation.

On Wednesday, 12/9/09 Cody H. Sanford, 19, of 189 Shagbark Court, Cheshire, CT was arrested pursuant to a warrant for disorderly conduct.

On Wednesday, 12/9/09 Brendan J. Turner, 19, of 104 Falls Road, Moodus, CT was issued a ticket for possession of alcohol by a minor.

On Thursday, 12/10/09 Michael Bartolotta, 32, of 83 Midwood Farm Road, East Hampton, CT was arrested for harassment second-degree.

Posted Dec. 11, 2009

Currently there are "6 comments" on this Article:

  1. Seriously says:

    Can we please refrain from the editorial comments in the police log. First of all, they’re highly inappropriate, and second, there are so many other things on this website you should be putting your time and effort into!! Until you can master the simple things, forget about getting too cute!

  2. Re: “Four collisions – that we know of” – I have found it extremely frustrating to try to get information about serious accidents, including one fatality, that have occurred in East Hampton, from the police department. The department is either uninformed about accidents or does not choose to share what is public information… As for inserting humor into the police logs, I disagree with you about that being inappropriate.

  3. Seriously, SERIOUSLY?? says:

    Seriously — How are these comments inappropriate? Making light of a police report? She is in no way offending anyone or making biased statements. Second, you think she is putting any time or effort into these comments? I don’t. Unless she is very, very unwitty and has to think about them for anymore than a second – you’re wrong once again.

    I agree, there isn’t a whole lot of new “news” on this site often, but then again it’s EAST HAMPTON CT, not freakin New York City here bud!

  4. Seriously says:

    Think about it. You make a mistake, or have an accident and it gets reported, and there are editorial comments about your “bad behavior” or “bad driving habits”. It’s not appropriate for the editor of this site to interject those kinds of comments. Show some respect!! Let people be for Gods sake!! Just report the police log. Leave SNL for the professionals on Saturday nite. I don’t see her making editorial comments about the town council or the town manager or the director of public works???? Wassssup with that? And God knows, there’s plenty of material there for her to work with there. Just report the police log and let it be! How about some local stories. Local sports news, schedules, who’s who, etc., etc. “Making light” of a police report is your idea of humor?? Well, when it’s you, or one of your relatives, kids or spouse, I guess we’ll see how funny you think it really is.

    And what about the comments about our police department?? You think those are funny or appropriate too??

    You’re either the editor or someone who knows the editor hiding behind an anonimous name. Thanks for proving my point. Sad, really sad…

  5. To Seriously – The comment you refer to was not made by me or anyone I know.

  6. To Seriously – The comments made about the police department are factual. The “sad” part is that they are true. The police department fails to provide information that you, and other readers, should have access to, especially when someone in your community is killed in a car accident, and I have to learn about it from a reader’s email.

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