Naugatuck police blotter: DUI
The Naugatuck Police Department reported the following arrests:
ERICA CHANDLER, 26, of 1710 Meriden Road, Naugatuck, was charged, Aug. 30, with larceny in the sixth degree and failure to appear in the second degree.
According to police, on Aug. 30 at approximately 11:27 a.m. officers responded to 89 Kosko Lane for a domestic disturbance between boyfriend and girlfriend. During the investigation, police said, it was determined Chandler was wanted on active arrest warrants. One warrant was for a larceny that occurred on July 28, 2010. Police said Chandler stole a Playstation 3, portable DVD player, Nikon digital camera, and
money from an ex-boyfriend. The other was for failure to appear. Chandler was given a court date of Sept. 7 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on bond.
RONALD SODEN, 59, of 47 Lounsbury St., Naugatuck, was charged, Aug. 30, with driving under the influence.
According to police, on Aug. 30 at 4:36 p.m. officers responded to North Main Street for a suspicious person. Upon their arrival they observed Soden driving away from the area. The officers conducted a motor vehicle investigation. During the investigation, police said, it was determined Soden was operating under the influence of alcohol. Soden was given a court date of Sept. 15 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on bond.
ANTONIO DIAS, 36, of 121 Pond View Drive, Naugatuck, was charged, Aug. 30, with disorderly conduct and risk of injury to a child.
According to police, on Aug. 30 at approximately 10:14 p.m. officers were dispatched to 121 Pond View Drive for a domestic disturbance between husband and wife. During the night, police said, the two parties were arguing. The victim tried to leave with their children in the car. While the victim was pulling the car out of the driveway, police said, Dias opened the rear car door and pulled one of the children out of the moving car. There were no injuries reported. Dias was given a court date of Aug. 31 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $5,000 surety bond.