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Naugatuck police recently filed the following charges:

Jeremy Vanderbilt Thompson, 23, of 223 Clermont Ave. 1Fl., Bridgeport, was charged June 8 with second-degree failure to appear.

Police reported on June 8 the accused was arrested on an active failure to appear (PRAWN) arrest warrant. The accused was released on a $50 cash bond to appear in Meriden Superior Court on July 24.

John Piotrowski, 53, of 67 Perock Lane, Naugatuck, was charged June 8 with illegal operation of motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, failure to drive in proper lane, illegal operation of motor vehicle under suspension, evading responsibility-injury/property damage and first-degree reckless endangerment.

Police reported on June 8 at approximately 7:38 p.m. officers were dispatched to an evading a motor vehicle accident with injuries on Andrew Avenue by Andrew Mountain Road. Police reported officers were advised prior to arrival that the accused had fled the scene on foot. Police reported officers found the accused sometime later. Through the officers’ investigation, police reported, the accused was found to be operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs with a suspended license. Police reported the accused also tried to evade a motor vehicle accident by leaving the scene along with other charges. The accused was held on a $20,000 surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on June 10.

Britnee A. Patruno, 28, of 461 Spring St. Apt. 9A, Naugatuck, was charged June 8 with fourth-degree larceny, fraudulent use of automated teller machine, conspiracy to commit fourth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit fraudulent use of automated teller machine.

Police reported the accused was arrested on an active arrest warrant. Police reported the warrant was from an incident where the accused used fraudulent checks to withdraw money from Webster Bank on two separate occasions. The accused was released on a $20,000 surety bond to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on July 8.

Martin Anthony Santulli, 32, of 1082 May St., Naugatuck, was charged June 9 with evading responsibility-injury/property damage, distracted driving, failure to drive in proper lane and failure to have seatbelts in motor vehicle.

Police reported on June 9 the accused was arrested on an active arrest warrant. Police reported the warrant was from an incident where the accused evaded the scene of a motor vehicle accident on or about May 22, 2020. Police reported the accused was charged with additional motor vehicle charges as listed, which were associated with the incident. The accused was released on a $500 non-surety bond to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on July 15.

Alexander C. Carneiro, 26, of 80 Lantern Park Drive Apt. 3, Naugatuck, was charged June 11 with violation of protective order, first-degree criminal trespass, risk of injury to child and disorderly conduct.

Police reported on June 11 at approximately 12:34 p.m. officers responded to a residence on a report of a domestic dispute. Police reported it was discovered through the investigation that the accused became involved in an argument with the victim that escalated and became threatening when, according to the victim, the accused punched holes in the wall while threatening to body slam the victim. The accused was released on $25,000 non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on June 12.

Carlos Ivan Picart, 35, of 328 Scott Road, Waterbury, was charged June 11 with interfering with an officer and third-degree larceny.

Police reported on June 11 officers were following up on a stolen motor vehicle parts case that occurred at Better Way Auto Sales, 49 Raytkwich Road, on May 13, 2020. Police reported the officers followed up with the accused at his residence on Scott Road in Waterbury. Through the officer’s investigation, police reported, they found that the accused was trying to sell the Tesla model tires and rims on Offer Up, an online market place. Police reported the accused was found with the stolen property in his possession on his personal vehicle on his property. Police reported the officers then attempted to take the accused into custody for possession of stolen property. When the accused was arrested, police reported, the accused resisted and threatened officers. The accused was released on a $5,000 surety bond to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on July 22.

Justin Christopher Lampley, 27, of 50 Highfield Drive, Monroe, was charged June 11 with disorderly conduct, risk of injury to child and interfering with an emergency call.

Police reported on June 11 at approximately 8:18 p.m. officers responded to a residence on a report of a domestic dispute. Police reported it was discovered through the investigation that the accused became involved in an argument with the victim that escalated and became physical when, according to the victim, the accused pushed the victim into the bedroom door causing the victim to fall. The accused was released on
$2,500 non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on June 12.

Michael C. Hickey, 46, of 53 Conrad St. Apt. 1C, Naugatuck, was charged June 11 with violation of protective order.

Police reported on June 11 at approximately 9 p.m. officers arrested the accused on an active domestic arrest warrant. Through the officers’ investigation, police reported, it was found that the accused had violated a full no contact protective order by being with the victim on June 4, 2020. The accused was held on a $10,000 surety bond to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on June 12.

Christopher James Emanuel, 30, of 11 May St., Naugatuck, was charged June 11 with disorderly conduct and first-degree reckless endangerment.

Police reported on June 11 at approximately 11:11 p.m. officers responded to a residence on a report of a domestic dispute. Police reported it was discovered through the investigation that the accused became involved in an argument with the victim that escalated and became physical when, according to the victim, the accused pushed the victim and then threw bleach on the victim. The accused was released on $1,500
non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on June 12.

Daniel Gmuer, 45, of 1 Fairview Ave. Unit 18, Danbury, was charged June 12 with sixth-degree larceny, illegal possession of shoplifting device, improper use of marker, registration or license and operating or towing unregistered motor vehicle.

Police reported on June 12 officers were dispatched to Walmart, 1100 New Haven Road, on a report of a shoplifting from the store. Police reported loss prevention advised that they observed the accused illegally conceal $446.42 worth of merchandise and exit the store without paying for items. Police reported the accused was stopped sometime later in his motor vehicle with the stolen items. Police reported the accused had improper registration plates on the motor vehicle and the vehicle was found to be unregistered. The accused was released on a $2,500 non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on July 22.

Sheila M. Savage, 70, of 50 Vivian St., Newington, was charged June 12 with second-degree harassment.

Police reported on June 12 the accused was arrested on an active arrest warrant. Police reported the warrant was issued due to the accused constantly harassing the victim on multiple occasions by text messages, Facebook and phone calls. The accused was released on a $2,500 non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on July 8.

Donald Patrick Fitzgerald, 35, of 933 Rubber Ave. Apt. 3F, Naugatuck, was charged June 13 with failure to respond to payable violation.

Police reported on June 13 the accused was arrested on an active arrest warrant for failing to respond to a ticket. The accused was released on a $100 cash bond to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on July 22.

Randy Engelhardt, 51, of 76 Adella St., Naugatuck, was charged June 13 with second-degree threatening and second-degree breach of peace.

Police reported on June 13 at approximately 4:19 p.m. officers were dispatched to Walmart, 1100 New Haven Road, on a report of a customer harassing and threatening the employees. Police reported the accused was witnessed saying the following comment, “I swear I am going to get a gun and start just shooting s*** away.” Police reported the accused made this comment in front of employees and other patrons at the store, which caused alarm. Police reported the accused also refused to leave when asked to. Police reported the accused was upset with having to wait in line due to COVID-19 protocols at the store. The accused was released on a $20,000 non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on July 22.

Charles T. Anderson Jr., 63, of 565 Chestnut Tree Hill Road, Oxford, was charged June 14 with illegal operation of motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and possession of controlled substance or more than half ounce of cannabis.

Police reported on June 14 at approximately 4 p.m. an officer initiated a motor vehicle investigation in the area of 727 Rubber Ave. Through the officer’s investigation, police reported, the accused was found to be operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs while in possession of a controlled substance. The accused was released on a $5,000 non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on July 3.

Maxwell Santos, 22, of 17 Brookside Ave., Naugatuck, was charged June 14 with disorderly conduct.

Police reported on June 14 at approximately 7:50 a.m. officers responded to a residence on a report of a domestic dispute. Police reported it was discovered through the investigation that the accused became involved in an argument with the victim that escalated and became physical when, according to the victim, the accused chased the victim with a hammer. Police reported the victim locked themselves into a bedroom. Police reported the accused then tried to break the door down with the hammer. Police reported the accused never hit the victim during the incident. The accused was released on a $2,500 non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on June 15.