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Police Blotter: August 8, 2012 to August 21, 2012

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

 

The Madison Police Adult Arrest Log includes charges made by the Madison Police Department. The charges are not a finding of guilt. The people who have been arrested are entitled to due process during which it will be the government’s burden to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

The Madison Police Department Adult Arrest Log for August 8, 2012 to August 21, 2012 is as follows:

  • Oscar Lucero, 21, 9 Ward PL, West Haven, CT on August 14, 2012 on charges of offering home repair without a license
  • Jeffrey P. Gura, 54, 57 Mildred Road, Meriden, CT on August 19, 2012 on charges of operation while under the influence
  • Chad J. Osham, 37, 94 Cottage Road, Madison, CT on August 20, 2012 on charges of interfering with an officer
  • John Royea, 27, 2 West Wharf Road, Madison, CT on August 17, 2012 on charges of poss controlled substances, larceny 6
  • Karl Sachs, 47, 7 Columbia Road, Madison, CT on August 16, 2012 on charges of disorderly conduct
  • Christopher Michael Sullivan, 40, 45 Jessup Road, Westport, CT on August 19, 2012 on charges of operating with reg/lic suspended/revolk, traveling unreasonably fast, reckless driving, operation while under the influence, failure to obey stop sign
  • Zachary Wilson, 18, 364 Green Hill Road, Madison, CT on August 20, 2012 on charges of credit card theft, illegal use of a credit card, criminal attempt

 

For questions about this blotter, email pem.mcnerney@patch.com.

Audrey Horn September 25, 2012 at 04:22 AM
O.M.G. 4 (or more) cops a shift X 3 shifts a day = 12 cops working 8 hour shifts = 96 man hours a day X 14 days = 1,344+ man hours and they only accomplish one arrest ever other day? Time to down size.
Dan September 25, 2012 at 06:22 AM
Or perhaps the number of officers we have working in town has contributed to our relatively low crime rate and there therefore isn't a need to make many arrests?
Audrey Horn September 26, 2012 at 11:36 AM
Hi Dan! NOT. The Detectives, other Officers and 3 Administrators weren't even included in the daily man-hours. A (Have To) reactionary agency rather than a (Want To) proactive agency. Just watch the weekly news on a regular basis where other area police departments investigate, detect, apprehend and arrest Madison criminals who were otherwise undetected by local Madison police. Nice that you believe Madison is in a magical vacuum, no longer having either white collar or blue collar crimes, no drug use or narcotic sales, no more speeding vehicles on our roadways, no reckless drivers, no distracted drivers, no teen driving law violations, no suspended drivers without insurance. Amazing that only in Madison, all the criminals and law breakers abruptly decided to repent & reform. This weeks new arrest activity log is even less with just a few nickel and dime events. A few part time Constables could handle the light case load with a big savings to our tax base. When a major crime occurs, call in the State Police who are mandated to assist at no additional cost.

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