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East Haven Police Arrests for Jan. 23 to Jan. 29

This information about recent arrests has been provided by the East Haven Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

Pedro J. Estremera, 19, of Sylvan Avenue in New Haven, was charged Jan. 28 with first-degree larceny, first-degree robbery, first-degree conspiracy to commit larceny and first-degree conspiracy to commit robbery, as well as a separate charge of first-degree failure to appear in court. A total bond amount of $260,000 was set and he was scheduled to appear in court Jan. 29. Arresting officers: Robert Ranfone and Kevin P. Klarman.

Henry Otto Koelle, 31, of Grand Avenue in New Haven, was charged Jan. 25 with drug paraphernalia, possession of narcotics, simple trespass, as well as a separate charge of first-degree failure to appear in court. A total bond amount of $155,000 was set and he was scheduled to appear in court Jan. 28. Arresting officer: Craig Michalowski.

Jessica Marie Harris, 41, of Coach Avenue in North Branford was charged Jan. 23 with possession of narcotics and sixth-degree larceny. A bond amount of $1,500 was set and she was scheduled to appear in court Jan. 30. Arresting officer: Alfred Maio.

Jesse Marvin Jimenez, 25, of Main Street in East Haven, was charged Jan. 23 with third-degree criminal mischief, disorderly conduct and third-degree assault. A bond amount of $5,000 was set and he was scheduled to appear in court Jan. 24. Arresting officer: Craig Michalowski.

Richard Poulton February 03, 2013 at 01:05 PM
Thanks Robert for the clarification of sorts. But just remember, we all have a right for brining a claim against someone in a civil action. As is one I mentioned where Klarman was the plaintiff, that cost was is to cover, not the towns. Also, just because an action was against the town or an officer doesn't mean they are guilty and thusly should be covered for legal expence for representation against some silly later unfounded charges. People bring civil actions against cities and towns and yes PO all the time, looking for a "deep pocket" settlement when in fact no violation actually happened. Lets give these cases a chance then let see what happens. Enjoy the game tonight.
Richard Poulton February 03, 2013 at 01:13 PM
The Judical Web site shows the Robert Salvatti case still active in Superior Court. This was the one I mentioned where the town and 2 chiefs along with 2 officers were being sued. Down for jury selection 2/20/13.
Ivanna D. Truth February 03, 2013 at 02:13 PM
Mr. Poulton this was James Salvati I spelled the last name wrong. A criminal to say the least. He was chased into Branford in 2007 or 2008. He sustained some rather bad injuries that were said to be from a motor vehicle accident. I did not say he filed suit. I doubt he would have recieved much sympathy from a jury. Maybe one of your friends or former colleagues within the Branford PD may fill you in off the record sometimesometime. They were not at all happy with whatever did go on that night.
Richard Poulton February 03, 2013 at 02:26 PM
Not a problem. Found what you are looking for. Arrested on May 25, 2008 by the EHPD for Assault on a PO. Plead guilty, 7 yrs, suspended after 15 months. This is the only history of an arrest by the EHPD, all the rest were in NH.
businesses_can_be_sued_for_denying_equal_access February 03, 2013 at 04:27 PM
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