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Police Blotter: June 13, 2012 to July 10, 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 June 13, 2012 to July 10, 2012 is as follows:

  • Nikolas R. Ackermann, 18, 98 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT on July 8, 2012 on charges of disorderly conduct, threatening second degree
  • Jennifer Nieves, 36, 61 Walnut Road, Rocky Hill, CT on July 9, 2012 on charges of operating with registration/license suspended/revoked, breach of peace
  • John M. Pagli, 54, 24 Neck Road, Madison, CT on July 10, 2012 on charges of larceny 1
  • Vincent Caggiano, 30, 52 Congress Ave., Waterbury, CT on June 28, 2012 on charges of failure to appear 2nd
  • Peter Jude Carusone, 46, 40 Hathaway Lane, Madison CT on July 2, 2012 on charges of operation while under the influence and failure to drive in the proper lane
  • Glenn Cubin, 47, 40 Brantwood Drive, Madison, CT on July 1, 2012, on charges of operation of an unregistered motor vehicle, operation while under the influence
  • Serle M. Epstein, 58, PO Box 58, Madison, CT on June 30, 2012 on charges of disorderly conduct, interferring with a 911 call, reckless endangerment 2nd
  • Patrick T. Fairchild, 18, 1209 Durham rRoad, Madison, CT on July 3, 2012 on charges of operating an unregistered motor vehicle, misuse of plates, 1st violation of emission standards, feailure to display front plates, no insurance, license classification, use and possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to pay or plead, failure to respond/infraction
  • Kerry F. Dube, 45, 4 Mill Lane, Old Lyme, CT on June 26, 2012 on charges of operation while under the influence
  • Kevin M. Fodor, 21, 236 Wildcat Road, Madison, CT on June 23, 2012 on charges of evading responsibility, operation while under the influence
  • Robert E. Maher, 23, 15 Mountain View Terrace, Northford, CT on June 20, 2012, on chrages of burglary 3, larceny 1
  • Douglas Sheridan, 47, 36 Prides Crossing, New Canaan, CT on June 25, 2012, on charges of operation with registration/license suspended/revoked, criminal mischief 3, using/tampering with a motor vehicle without permission, breach of peace
  • Michael Faust, 32, 6 White Oak Drive, Clinton, CT on June 18, 2012 on charges of driving with intent to harass, breach of peace
  • Michael David Foy, 24, 10 Evarts Lane, Madison, CT on June 16, 2012 on charges of carrying a gun without a permit, weapons in motor vehicle, unlawful discharge of a firearm, possession of a loaded firearm while under the influence of alcohol, breach of peace, criminal attempt to commit assault 1st, reckless endangerment 1st
  • Michael John Martin, 58, 40 White Cedar Lane, Madison, CT on June 17, 2012 on charges of breach of peace
  • Eliza Jameson McMurray, 41, 18 Brantwood Drive, Madison, CT on June 18, 2012 on charges of failure to appear 2nd
  • Sujata Prasad, 51, 50 Strawberry Hill Road, Madison, CT on June 13, 2012 on charges of criminal trespass, disorderly conduct

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

Anita Bath August 11, 2012 at 07:39 PM
I wonder why Dr. Epstein was arrested?
Bonnie McManamy August 13, 2012 at 12:02 PM
Isn't that great that there isn't enough crime in Madison to have more frequent reports! We've got a great community and this is a reflection of Madison being a great place to live.
Joan August 14, 2012 at 12:01 PM
There are more arrests. The PD and/or Patch just chooses what to report about
Liz August 14, 2012 at 04:59 PM
It is good to know these things about your neighbors. I'll just leave this here about the Pagli arrest. http://www.nhregister.com/articles/2012/08/12/news/doc502726076b7e8648851684.txt?viewmode=default
Malinda Moore August 21, 2012 at 11:38 AM
Yes how true if you choose to burry your head in the sand with a false sense of security. If law enforcement doesn't detect or catch criminals, arrest statistics are down, so according to Bonnie Mcmanamy, we are all safer. Great thought process there.

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