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West Hartford Police Logs: November 19 - November 26

The following arrest information was supplied by the West Hartford Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

The following arrests were made between Nov. 19 and Nov. 26, 2012, and are listed in reverse chronological order. Information was provided by the West Hartford Police Department, 103 Raymond Road. Some charges may stem from multiple arrests; bond listed when available; arrests do not indicate convictions:

NOVEMBER 26

Nguyen, Michael, 23, of 43 Crocker Ave., West Hartford: Charged with fifth-degree larceny. Bond $3,500.

NOVEMBER 25

Scaletta, Glendy A., 18, of 139 N. Main St., West Hartford: Arrested at 139 N. Main St.; charged with third-degree criminal mischief for throwing rocks at ASD staff member's vehicle and causing damage to the vehicle. Bond $1,500.

NOVEMBER 24

McCranor, Jaclyn K., 28, of 835 Farmington Ave., New Britain: Charged with two counts third-degree burglary, third-degree criminal mischief, fifth-degree larceny, sixth-degree larceny, manufacture/possession of burglary tools. Police say accused broke into storage units and was found taking items. Bond $5,000.

Backel, Matthew J., 26, of 26 Barksdale Rd., West Hartford: Charged with following too close, operation while under the influence stemming from a motor vehicle crash on Mountain Rd. in which he rear-ended a taxi cab.

Ambro, Richard S., 26, of 1306 Meridan Rd., Waterbury: Charged with making improper turn, operation while under the influence. Bond $500.

Semenyaka, Denis I., 19, of 80 Vardon Rd., West Hartford: Charged with failure to obey stop sign, failure to drive right, operation while under the influence. Bond $500.

NOVEMBER 23

Diaz, Javier, 36, of 137 George St., Hartford: Arrested at 103 Raymond Rd.; charged with second-degree assault, criminal violation of a protective order/threatening, first-degree kidnapping, third-degree larceny, operating with a suspended/revoked license. Police say accused turned himself in on a valid arrest warrant stemming from a domestic violence incident. Bond $500,000.

Vinci, Dean A., 25, of 72 Dwight St., New Britain: Charged with second-degree failure to appear. Bond $5,000.

Pringle, Dominique T., 21, of 56 Coolidge St., Hartford: Arrested at New Britain Ave./Sout Rd.; charged with failure to respond to a violation. Bond $300.

NOVEMBER 22

Harley, Arkeem, 34, of 61 Lexington Ave., Jersey City, NJ: Arrested at New Britain Ave./Shepard Rd.; charged with interfering with an officer, making improper turn, operation while under the influence, restricted turns/failure to signal. Bond $5,000.

Bryon, Jorge, 40, of 89 Langford Ln., East Hartford: Charged with second-degree threatening. Bond $2,500.

Berhane, Fithawi, 21, of 115 Mayflower St., West Hartford: Arrested at 153 LaSalle Rd.; charged with failure to obey stop sign, operation while under the influence.

NOVEMBER 21

Quinones, Wanda, 48, of 592 Chestnut St., New Britain: Charged with fifth-degree larceny. Bond $1,500.

Malave, Irving L., 21, of 58 Newberry St., Hartford: Arrested at 22 South St.; charged with two counts violation of probation following a motor vehichle stop for suspended registration. Police say Malave was found not to have a drivers license and the vehicle was not insured. Combined bond $20,000.

NOVEMBER 20

Cabral, Debra A., 47, of 10 Nursery Dr., West Hartford: Arrested at Farmington Ave./North Quaker Lane; charged with driving in right hand lane, operation while under the influence, violaiton of legal limit regulations. Bond $1,000.

Morales-Valdiviezo, Marco Anto., 48, of 110 Kane St., Apt. C5, West Hartford: Arrested at 110 Kane St.; charged with criminal impersonation, two counts of second-degree forgery, illegal possession. Police say accused was found to be in possession of fraudulent identification and narcotics following a joint investigation with other agencies. Bond $50,000.

NOVEMBER 19

No reported arrests.

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

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