Vernon Police Make a Slew of Weekend Arrests

A Vernon man is accused of kidnapping, police said.

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

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On Saturday at 5:17 a.m., Vernon Police were called to 655 Talcottville Rd. for a reported domestic disturbance, according to an arrest report.

When officers arrived, they learned that Danny Perry, 31, of 131 Prospect St., in the Rockville section of town, had taken the young daughter of a woman and refused to return her unless certain demands were met, according to an arrest report.

Perry kept the girl in his car and repeatedly called the child's mother and refused to say where he was, despite her repeated pleas that the girl be returned.

At 6:02 a.m., as he was speaking to the mother, Vernon police officers, who had been searching for him since the initial call, found his car parked at a local business. Perry was removed from the vehicle and arrested without incident, an arrest report indicates.

The young girl was immediately returned to her mother, unharmed.

Perry was charged with first-degree kidnapping, second-degree harassment and risk of injury to a child, police said.

Perry was held in lieu of $100,000 bond pending a Monday court appearance, police said.

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A man and a woman are facing second-degree breach of peace and risk of injury to a child charges after a domestic incident at 8:15 p.m. on Sunday, police said.

Tyler Fallon, 24, of 71 Franklin Park West and Katelyn Barker, 22, of 75 Duncaster Rd., were not held on $500 bonds overnight while awaiting a Monday court appearance, police said.

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A Vernon man was taken into custody at 3 p.m. on Sunday and charged with several violations related to court appearances, an arrest report indicates. 

Jason Myslenski, 26, of 200 East Main St, Apt. 2, had been hiding out at a friend's house when bail enforcement agents attempted to apprehend him, police said.

Myslenski refused to surrender and asked for a police officer to respond instead, a report indicates.

Police said his charges and bonds include:

• Second-degree failure to appear, $1,000.
• Second-degree failure to appear, $500.
• Failure to respond to a payable violation, $1,000.
• Second-degree failure to appear, $1,000.
• First-degree failure to appear, $1,000.
• Second--degree failure to appear, $1,000.
• First--degree failure to appear, $1,000.
• First--degree failure to appear, $50,000.

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

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A man an a woman have both been charged with interfering and violating a protective order after being taken into custody by a Rockville beat patrol officer at 8 p.m. on Saturday, according to an arrest report.

Eugene Miller, 66, and Kathleen Hlobik, 50, live at 75 Orchard St., Apt. 2, police said.

They were with a person at their residence with whom they were not supposed to have contact with, police said.

Hlobik was also charged with sixth-degree larceny for allegedly stealing several items from a common area of a local apartment, police said.

Each had a bond set of $1,000 with Monday court dates, police said.

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A Windsor man was found parked, drunk and "unconscious" on the side of Bamforth Road at 5:59 a.m. on Saturday, police said.

Gerald Fredericks, 25, of 14 Amy Dr., Windsor, was charged with driving under the influence, police said.

He was assigned a court date of Dec. 17, police said.

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Vernon police said that at 1:21 a.m. on Saturday, they conducted a motor vehicle stop on Dart Hill Road at Skinner Road for an operator traveling too fast for conditions.

According to an arrest report, a subsequent investigation revealed that the operator of the vehicle, Daniel Perodeau, 19, of 285 Jones St., Amston, was in possession of marijuana, heroin, and drug paraphernalia.

He was charged with narcotics possession, possession of less than 4 ounces of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and traveling too fast for conditions, police said.

He was released on a $500 bond and scheduled to appear in Rockville Superior Court on Dec. 18, police said.

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A Vernon woman was charged with disorderly conduct after a domestic incident at 12:16 a.m. on Saturday, police said.

Amanda Perry, 26, of 131 Prospect St., was taken into custody after a domestic squabble wither husband, police said. She admitted that she hit him with a pillow several times and squeezed him in a private area as he attempted to leave the apartment, police said.

She was released on a $1,000 bond and given a Monday court date, police said.

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Tatiana Gonzalez, 23, was taken into custody by Manchester police at the town line on Hartford Turnpike at 8:30 p.m. on Friday on an active warrant, Vernon police said.

Vernon police then charged her with second-degree breach of peace and second-degree criminal mischief and assigned her a court date of Dec. 18 on  a $5,000 bond, according to an arrest report.

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Debra Zampa, 49, of 655 Talcottville Rd., unit 34, was charged with DUI and operating an unregistered vehicle after a traffic stop at 5:45 p.m. on Friday, police said.

She was assigned court date of Dec. 17 on a $500 bond, police said.

She failed field sobriety tests, police said.

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

Johnny Habanero December 11, 2012 at 02:09 AM
Wow, Vernon Police news is making the papers, the news, and on the Patch all the time nowaday. Looks like it is a town simply out of control.


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