Naugatuck police blotter

Police-badgeThe Naugatuck Police Department reported the following arrests:

AMBER ROZANSKI, 46, of 43 School St., Naugatuck, was charged Dec. 9 with larceny in the third degree, illegal use of credit card and fraudulent use of ATM.

Police reported on Dec. 9 at approximately 4:02 p.m. Rozanski was arrested on an active arrest warrant. The warrant was for larceny complaint made on Sept. 30, 2013. Police reported Rozanski used the victim’s, who is a family member, debit card to make unauthorized withdrawals. The total amount withdrawn was $2,910.10, police reported. Rozanski was given a court date of Dec. 18 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $3,000 non-surety bond.

MICHAEL FRADETTE, 47, of 38 Kent St., Naugatuck, was charged Dec. 9 with criminal violation of protective order.

Police reported on Dec. 9 at approximately 11:12 a.m. officers responded to the area of Kent Street for a suspicious person complaint. During the investigation, police reported, Fradette was found on the property of 38 Kent Street, which was in violation of a protective Order. Fradette was given a court date of Dec. 10 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $25,000 surety bond.

ROSEMARIE CLARK, 35, of 46 Coventry St., Hartford, was charged Dec. 10 with larceny in the fourth degree.

Police reported on Dec. 10 at approximately 6:05 a.m. Clark turned herself in on an active arrest warrant. Police reported Clark, who was working for the victim, stole $1, 400 while helping the victim with moving into a new apartment. Clark was given a court date of Dec. 10 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $500 surety bond.

WILLIAM BOWSER, 46, of 49 Barn Finch Circle, Naugatuck, was charged Dec. 10 with driving under the influence, insurance coverage fails minimum requirements and failure to register motor vehicle eligible for commercial registration.

The report was unavailable as of this post.

JOSEPH MARKEY, 26, of 214 North Main St., Naugatuck, was charged Dec. 10 with two counts of risk of injury to a child.

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TERRANCE TABAKA, 62, of 1070 Amity Road, Bethany, was charged Dec. 10 with breach of peace and criminal trespass in the first degree.

Police reported on Dec. 10 at approximately 7:12 p.m. an officer responded to Planet Fitness for a disturbance call. Police reported Tabaka called the gym to speak to his girlfriend and asked an employee to find her. When they refused to look for her he became agitated and he drove to the gym, police reported. Tabaka entered the gym and began to yell profanities at the employees, police reported. He was asked to leave and initially refused. When Tabaka was walking out of the gym he reached over the counter and struck a computer monitor several times, police reported. Tabaka was given a court date to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $500 non-surety bond.

RONALD SWIERBITOWICZ, 32, of 85 Aetna St., Naugatuck, was charged Dec. 10 with driving under the influence and failure to have lights lit and devices illuminated.

Police reported on Dec. 10 at approximately 11:17 p.m. an officer conducted a motor vehicle investigation on Old Firehouse Road. During the investigation, police reported, it was determined Swierbitowicz was operating under the influence of alcohol. Swierbitowicz was given a court date of Dec. 19 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $500 non-surety bond.

JOHN BURNS III, 23, of 327 Spring St., Naugatuck, was charged Dec. 11 with disorderly conduct.

Police reported on Dec. 11 at approximately 1:32 a.m. officers responded to 327 Spring St. for a domestic disturbance between an adult male and his parents. During an argument, police reported, Burns was acting in an aggressive manner towards his parents. Burns was yelling and screaming at the victims and banged on their bedroom door, police reported. He stomped his feet throughout the house and “blasting” the television volume to an unbearable level, police reported. Burns was given a court date of Dec. 11 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on a $2,500 surety bond.

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