Police logs - Oct. 23

Records of recent arrests from around the region

State reinstates Montville lieutenant's access to criminal justice database

Montville Police Department Lt. Leonard Bunnell's rights and privileges to the Connecticut On-Line Law Enforcement Communications Teleprocessing system were suspended in 2012 after a state police investigation found that he improperly ran background...

East Lyme man charged with bank fraud

Authorities arrested a 32-year-old East Lyme man on federal charges Wednesday for allegedly stealing more than $100,000 from customers of a Newington bank where he used to work.

Police search for missing East Lyme boy

East Lyme – Police on Wednesday issued a Silver Alert for a missing 12-year-old boy. Gabriel A. Velasquez is described as an endangered runaway who was last seen Wednesday in East Lyme. Velasquez is 4 feet 10 inches tall and has black hair and...

Police in Norwich, Waterford cancel Silver Alerts

Police have canceled Silver Alerts for a missing Norwich teenager and a Waterford man who have both been found safe.

Police logs - Oct. 22

Michael J. Rodriguez, 23, of Cheshire was charged Tuesday with third-degree burglary and sixth-degree larceny.

New London judge reduces Lance Goode's bond

At the request of defense attorney Linda J. Sullivan, and by agreement with state's attorney Michael L. Regan, Strackbein reduced Goode's bond from $50,000 cash to $100,000 cash or surety.

Doctor charged in sexual assault of patient in New London

Police arrested a doctor from Madison Tuesday on charges he made inappropriate sexual contact with a female patient during a physical examination this summer at the Hartford Dispensary in New London.

Norwich Public Utilities warns customers of scam

Norwich Public Utilities is warning customers about phone scammers who are identifying themselves as working with or on behalf of the utility.

Four New London County homicide victims featured in latest playing cards

The latest deck of “Connecticut Cold Case” playing cards unveiled Tuesday features four unsolved homicides from New London County.

'Cold Case' cards hold four unsolved homicides from region; information sought on deaths in New London, Waterford, Norwich

The latest deck of “Connecticut Cold Case” playing cards unveiled Tuesday features four unsolved homicides from New London County.

Body in New London identified by family as missing Middletown man

The man whose body was discovered in a wooded area off an Interstate 95 ramp earlier this month is a 65-year-old Middletown man who was reported missing last year, family confirmed Tuesday.

Police search for Waterford runaway

Waterford – Police has issued a statewide Silver Alert for a missing Waterford girl, classified by police as an endangered runaway.

UPDATED: Norwich police arrest man in liquor store robbery

Norwich — Norwich police are investigating the Sunday afternoon robbery of the Amazing Wine and Spirits liquor store at 235 West Thames St.




Jury begins deliberating in Mallove murder case, sends questions to judge

A 12-member jury deliberated for just under two hours Tuesday at the murder trial of Mozzelle Brown before sending out a list of questions, many of them involving the state's key witness.

Lyme man pleads guilty in 'cherry-picking' securities scheme

Noah L. Myers, 43, pleaded guilty to one count of security fraud, which carries a maximum term of imprisonment of 20 years and a fine of up to $5 million. He is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 12 before Judge Stefan R. Underhill.

State, defense rest in Mallove murder case

The state and defense have rested their cases in the murder trial of Mozzelle Brown, who is accused of fatally beating physicist Eugene Mallove in Norwich in 2004. The jury will hear closing arguments from both sides this morning.

Third murder trial witness says Brown simulated Mallove attack

Keishon Dullivan, who with his girlfriend entered witness protection during the re-investigation of the Mallove murder five years ago, implicated Mozzelle Brown in the crime from the witness stand.

Witness: A smiling Mozzelle Brown simulated Mallove attack days after the scientist's murder in Norwich

Jill Sebastian, who went to Norwich police in 2009 with case-breaking information about the 2004 murder of Eugene Mallove, testifies at the trial of Mozzelle Brown.