Naugatuck police blotter

The Naugatuck Police Department reported the following arrests:

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Samantha Bombardier, 24, of Hard Street, Naugatuck, was charged Jan. 9 with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief, fourth-degree larceny and second-degree failure to appear.

Police reported on Jan. 9 Bombardier was arrested on active arrest warrants. One warrant was for a burglary reported on Aug. 26, 2017. Police reported Bombardier entered the victim’s garage and stole various power tools and lawn equipment. The estimated value of the missing power tools is $1,055, police reported. Bombardier was given a court date of Jan. 9 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held for arraignment.

Jeffrey Stokarski, 43, of 1643 South Main St., Waterbury, was charged Jan. 10 with first-degree robbery, first-degree threatening, fifth-degree larceny and breach of peace.

Police reported on Jan. 10 at approximately 9 a.m. Stokarski was arrested on an active arrest warrant. The warrant was for a robbery reported on Jan. 3 at Cumberland Farms. Police reported Stokarski entered the store and demanded money from an employee. Police reported Stokarski displayed a handgun during the incident. Stokarski stole cash and cigarettes, from the store, before fleeing in a vehicle. Stokarski was identified through the investigation. Stokarski was given a court date of Jan. 10 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held for arraignment on a court set $250,000 surety bond.

Chantel Williams, 27, of 214 North Main St., Naugatuck, was charged Jan. 10 with third-degree assault of an elderly, blind, disabled or pregnant person or a person with intellectual disability, breach of peace, assault of public safety or emergency personnel, and criminal attempt at third-degree criminal mischief

Police reported on Jan. 10 at approximately 4:08 p.m. officers responded to North Main Street for a report of two females fighting. Police reported Williams approached the victim who was walking from a local business and began to yell at her. The victim did not know Williams. Police reported Williams tried to punch the victim and friends of the victim intervened and separated the two. Based on the investigation, police reported, Williams was arrested and transported to the police department for processing. While in the cell block area, police reported Williams ignited toilet paper which was extinguished. When approached by an officer, police reported, Williams punched the officer. During the investigation, police reported, it was determined the accused was wanted on an active arrest warrant out of New Haven. Williams was given a court date of Jan. 11 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and held on bond.

Ryan Radke, 31, of 234 High St., Naugatuck, was charged Jan. 10 with driving under the influence and evading responsibility.

Police reported on Jan. 10 at approximately 11:13 p.m. officers responded to a motor vehicle accident on North Church Street involving one vehicle. Upon the officers’ arrival, police reported, they found Radke’s vehicle unoccupied. While the officers were investigating, the accused returned to the scene, police reported. During the investigation, police reported, it was determined Radke was operating under the influence of alcohol. Radke was given a court date of Jan. 25 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $500 non-surety bond.

Samantha Lanci, 21, of 638 Rubber Ave., Naugatuck, was charged Jan. 11 with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of controlled substance and non-student in possession of drugs near a school, high school or daycare.

Police reported Lanci was arrested on Jan. 11 during the execution of a search warrant with the Ansonia Police Department. Upon execution, police reported, Lanci was found to be in the target residence and in possession of narcotics and drug paraphernalia. The residence where the search warrant was executed is within 1,500 feet of a Naugatuck school. Lanci was given a court date of Jan. 24 to appear in Waterbury Superior Court.

Nasjheir White-Blackwell, 21, of 131 Vine St., Bridgeport, was charged Jan. 13 with driving under the influence and second-degree larceny.

Police reported on Jan. 13 police were dispatched to the Cumberland Farms on Rubber Avenue on a disturbance complaint. The suspect identified in the complaint was reported to have fled the store in a vehicle, which was located a short time later in the area of the store. Upon contact with the operator, police reported, he was determined to be under the influence of drugs and /or alcohol while operating the vehicle. White-Blackwell was also found to be driving without a valid driver’s license, police reported. During the booking process, police reported, it was determined that the vehicle White-Blackwell was driving had been recently stolen. White-Blackwell was given a court date of Jan. 24 to appear in Waterbury Superior Court.

Claire Sardinskas, 52, of 341 Allerton Farm Road, Naugatuck, was charged Jan. 14 with driving under the influence.

Police reported on Jan. 14 at approximately 1 a.m. an officer conducted a motor vehicle investigation on Water Street. During the investigation, police reported, it was determined Sardinskas was operating under the influence of alcohol. Sardinskas was given a court date of Jan. 25 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $1,000 non-surety bond.

Tony Juraska, 52, of 128 Lyman Road #25, Wolcott, was charged Jan. 14 with second-degree failure to appear.

Police reported on Jan. 14 at approximately 12:06 p.m. Juraska turned himself in on an active arrest warrant. Juraska was given a court date of Jan. 16 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and released on a $1,500 court-set surety bond.