Naugatuck police blotter: false statement

The Naugatuck Police Department reported the following arrests:

GRANT LIONELLO, 27, of 110 Salem Road, Prospect, was charged Oct. 1 with interfering with an officer and false statement in the second degree.

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KRISTA LIONELLO, 33, of 110 Salem Road, Prospect, was charged Oct. 1 with breach of peace interfering with an officer, and false statement in the second degree.

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JASON CARPINELLA, 31, of 49 City Hill St., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 1 with breach of peace and assault in the third degree.

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RAUL RIVERA, 40, of 58 Queens Court, Manchester, was charged Oct. 1 with harassment in the second degree and threatening.

Police reported on Oct. 1 at approximately 7 p.m. Rivera turned himself in on an active arrest warrant. The warrant is for a harassing phone call complaint made on Sept. 23, 2012. Police reported Rivera sent numerous text messages and voice mails to the victim. During the messages, police reported, Rivera threatened to harm the victim and her friends. Rivera was given a court date of Oct. 2 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $2,500 non-surety bond.

JENNIFER WATERS, 29, of 632 New Haven Road, Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 1 with failure to appear in the second degree.

Police reported on Oct. 1 at approximately 10:48 a.m. Waters was arrested on an active arrest warrant at the Naugatuck Motor Lodge. Waters was given a court date of Oct. 2 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $200 court-set cash bond.

PETER NEVES, 45, of Holmes St., Waterbury, was charged Oct. 2 with witness intimidation, threatening, stalking in the second degree, and coercion.

Police reported on Oct. 2 at approximately 7:25 a.m. Neves turned himself in on an active arrest warrant. The warrant was for a threatening complaint made on Sept. 28, 2012. Police reported Neves was arrested in July of 2012 for entering the victim’s home, stealing statues, and the victim’s car. Neves has been calling the victim and threatening to kill him if he did not drop the charges, police reported. Neves also has been driving by the victim’s home and the home of one of his family members, police reported. Neves was given a court date of Oct. 2 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $50,000 court-set bond.

ADAM MASTRONUNZIO, 20, of 36 Donovan Road, Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 2 with failure to respond to infraction.

Police reported on Oct. 2 at approximately 7:27 a.m. officers responded to North Church Street for a suspicious motor vehicle. During the investigation, police reported, it was determined Mastronunzio, an occupant of the vehicle, was wanted on an active arrest warrant. Mastronunzio was given a court date of Oct. 2 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a court-set $75 cash bond.

STEPHEN SORRIERO, 26, of 8 Pond St., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 2 with assault in the second degree, conspiracy at assault in the second degree, robbery in the first degree, reckless endangerment in the second degree, conspiracy at reckless endangerment in the second degree, and breach of peace.

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JOSEPH LOWDEN, 49, of 15 Maple Terrace, Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 2 with criminal mischief, burglary in the third degree, and larceny in the sixth degree.

Police reported on Oct. 2 at approximately 10:30 p.m. Lowden was arrested at 15 Maple Terrace on an active arrest warrant. The warrant was for a burglary reported on Aug. 11, 2012 on High Street. Police reported Lowden broke a window and entered an enclosed porch area of the home. Lowden stole military clothing, boots and drinking glasses from the victim valued at $200, police reported. Lowden was given a court date of Oct. 3 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $5,000 court-set bond.

MATTHEW CARTISANO, 18, of 111 Wooster St., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 2 with interfering with an officer.

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DEBORAH PULASKI, 52, of 125 Park Ave., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 2 with assault in the third degree and disorderly conduct.

Police reported on Oct. 2 at approximately 10:57 p.m. officers responded to 125 Park Ave. apt. 2 for a domestic disturbance between mother and daughter. During an argument, police reported, Pulaski hit the victim and broke a laptop computer. Pulaski was given a court date of Oct. 3 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $1,000 non-surety bond.

JOSEPH COPPOLA, 35, of 33 Forest St., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 3 with larceny in the third degree and criminal trover damage to motor vehicle in the second degree.

Police reported on Oct. 3 at approximately 12:36 p.m. Coppola was arrested on an active arrest warrant. The warrant was for a motor vehicle theft reported on Sept. 1, 2012 at Cumberland Farms on North Main Street. The victim left his vehicle running in the parking lot. When the victim entered the store, police reported, Coppola stole the vehicle, which was later recovered on Waterville Street on Sept. 3, 2012. Coppola was given a court date of Oct. 4 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $25,000 surety bond.

TONY JACKSON, 29, of 720 Beacon Valley Road, Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 3 with failure to appear in the first degree.

Police reported on Oct. 3 at approximately 3:04 p.m. Jackson was arrested on an active arrest warrant at 11 Scovill Road, Waterbury. Jackson was given a court date of Oct. 4 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $25,000 court-set surety bond.

JOHN MCDOUGALL
, 36, of 160 Andrew Ave., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 3 with breach of peace.

Police reported on Oct. 3 at approximately 7:45 p.m. an officer responded to Millville Avenue for a domestic disturbance between former husband and wife. During an argument, police reported, McDougall attempted to hit the victim, but no contact was made. McDougall was given a court date of Oct. 4 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $1,000 non-surety bond.

STEVE CARLOTO, 18, of 302 High St., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 4 with disorderly conduct, unlawful restraint in the second degree, use of drug paraphernalia, and possession of controlled substance.

Police reported on Oct. 4 at approximately 2:45 a.m. officers responded to 302 High St. for a disturbance complaint. Carloto would not allow the victim, who is a friend of his, to leave the residence. Carloto pushed the victim away from the door and also blocked the door, police reported. When officers arrived they found a white powdery substance on the kitchen table and a broken pen used as a sniffing straw, police reported. Carloto was given a court date of Oct. 17 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $5,000 non-surety bond.

LEONARD SHUCK, 50, of 348 Scott St., Naugatuck, was charged Oct. 4 with violation of protective order.

Police reported on Oct. 4 at approximately 5:46 a.m. for a medical complaint. While officers were investigating it was determined Shuck was in the home with the victim which was a violation of an active protective order. Shuck was given a court date of Oct. 4 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $25,000 surety bond.

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