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Among the Charges: Larceny, Robbery, Probation Violations

Arrests by West Hartford police between March 5-7. The following information was supplied by the West Hartford Police Department and does not indicate a conviction.

The following arrests were made between March 5 and March 7, 2012, and are listed in reverse chronological order. Information was from the West Hartford Police Department, 103 Raymond Road. Some charges may stem from multiple arrests; bond listed when available; arrests do not indicate convictions:

MARCH 7

LEWIS, KENNNETH CARNELL, 45, of 117 S. Marshall St., Hartford: Arrested at 674 Farmington Ave.; charged with first-degree criminal trespass, sixth-degree larceny. Bond $5,000.

MARCH 6

GONCALVES, DANNY O., 19, of 159 Eagle Drive, Newington: Arrested at 1500 New Britain Ave.; charged with breach of peace 2nd, larceny 6th, robbery 3rd, violation of probation. Combined bond $45,000.

Police said Goncalves allegedly stole a pair of sneakers from Champs at Westfarms mall and threatened mall security after running.

PALMER, JEFFREY, 18, of 20 Capen St., Hartford: Warrant served at 103 Raymond Road; charged with threatening 2nd. Bond $3,500.

MARCH 5

PARKER, MELISSA, 34, of 2 Lake Side Drive, Ledyard: Charged with failure to drive in proper lane, possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond $2,500.

BARTENSTEIN, MARA, 33, of 140 Newington Road, West Hartford: Charged with violation of probation. Bond $20,000.

ORTIZ, LUIS M., 27, of 96 High St., New Britain: Charged with criminal trespass 2nd, criminal trespass 3rd, possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond $2,500.

Police said Ortiz was found in an open garage and was allegedly in possession of a hypodermic needle and crack pipe.

For questions about this blotter, email Editor Ronni Newton at: ronni.newton@patch.com.

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