Vernon Police Blotter: Sept. 18, 2012

Recent arrest activity.

Police blotter information is furnished by the Vernon Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

A 33-year-old Vernon woman has been charged with two counts of risk of injury to a child after she allegedly left her children unsupervised with east access to alcoholic beverages while she was drunk, according to a police report.

The arrest of Keana Renea Crawford too place at 5 p.m. on Monday at her 8 Cottage St. residence, police said.

She has a court date of Oct. 2, police said.

A Vernon Man was taken into custody at work at 2 p.m. on Monday on two warrants alleging he violated his probation, police said.

Viktor Virgalla, 28, was given two bonds of $15,000 for each instance, which police said took place on July 12.

He was to appear in court on Tuesday, police said.

Police records indicate that Virgalla was charged with violating a protective order in December and for assault in February.

Police did not say where is is employed and the police call log indicates the case originated at the police station.

A Manchester man violated his probation, and was charged with doing so on Monday, police said.

Thomas Lappen, 49, whose address was once listed in South Windsor but is now listed as 214 Scott Dr., Manchester, watch formally charged at 1:45 p.m. on Monday, police said. 

A warrant had been issued for his arrest and he surrendered at police headquarters, an arrest report says.

His bond was set at $5,000 and he was assigned a Tuesday court date, police said.

In October of last year, police were dispatched to the shopping plaza at 458 Talcottville Road after a 911 caller reported that a man - Lappen - was wielding a machete on the hood of his truck, according to an arrest report.

Officers arrived at the scene and stabilized the situation, police said.

Lappen was charged with second-degree breach of peace, police said.

Lappen is a former employee of a business in the plaza and was allegedly upset about the treatment of his mother there, police said.

For questions about the blotter, contact Vernon Patch editor Chris Dehnel at chris.dehnel@patch.com.


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