Vernon police responded to a variety of incidents over the weekend.
On Sunday, Corey Burnham, 24, was charged with Reckless driving, DUI, operating a motor vehicle without a license, risk of injury to a child and second-degree breach of peace on Friday after he allegedly received a call from an adolescent relative, showed up at the kid's house and gave him a ride while intoxicated, police said.
Burnham lives at 17 Regan St., police said.
Sharmane Tiffany Cade, 28, of 82 Talcott Ave, was charged with carrying a dangerous weapon, second-degree breach of peace, second- and third-degree assault, and first-degree reckless endangerment on Saturday after a fight at 8:26 p.m., police said.
She was involved in a fight and allegedly cut a man;s leg with a knife, police said.
A Vernon woman on Saturday took an ATM card belonging to friends she was staying with and went shopping at the Rockville Corner Market, police said.
Nicole Plossey, 26, of 146 High St. was charged with sixth-degree larceny, auto teller fraud and credit card fraud, police said.
She was charged on an outstanding warrant, police said.
A Stafford woman was charged with sixth-degree larceny after an incident at the local Price Chopper on Saturday, police said.
Kathleen Marek, 42, of 104 Furnace Ave., Stafford, was inside the supermarket at Vernon Circle at 3:46 p.m. and was allegedly caught with two toothbrushes, a head wrap and a bottle of "It's a Miracle" hair care product concealed in her garments, according to an arrest report.
Police said she allegedly said her cart was too full for the items, valued at $34.16.