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East Haven Arrests for July 18 to July 24

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

Paul Michael Streeto, 31, of Laurel Hill Road in Branford, was charged July 24 with second-degree breach of peace. No bond amount was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 8. Arresting officer: Kevin P. Klarman.

Daniel Avery, 18, of Roosevelt Street in East Haven, was charged July 24 with second-degree burglary and second-degree conspiracy to commit burglary. A bond amount of $500 was set and he was scheduled to appear in court the same day. Arresting officer: James W. Naccarato.

Ethan Maltese, 18, of Arch Street in Hamden, was charged July 24 with illegal manufacture/distribution/selling cannabis and/or controlled substance, second-degree burglary, manufacture/possession of burglary tools and second-degree conspiracy to commit burglary. A $500 bond amount was set and he was scheduled to appear in court the same day. Arresting officer: James W. Naccarato.

Robert Thomas, 18, of English Street in New Haven, was charged July 24 with second-degree burglary and second-degree conspiracy to commit burglary. A bond amount of $500 was set and he was scheduled to appear in court the same day. Arresting officer: James W. Naccarato.

Joseph Gonzalez, 22, of Center Street in East Haven, was charged July 22 with second-degree criminal mischief and second-degree breach of peace. A bond amount of $1,500 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 1. Arresting officer: Alfred Maio.

Doroteo Carrera, 31, of Beacon Avenue in New Haven, was charged July 22 with failure to wear a seatbelt and operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence. A bond amount of $2,500 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 2. Arresting officer: Thomas J. Herbert.

Carlos Alberto Galicia, 39, of Foxon Road in East Haven, was charged July 22 with traveling unreasonably fast, operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence and driving in an improper lane. A bond amount of $2,500 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 2. Arresting officer: John F. Finnimore.

Shannon June Caruso, 41, of Windmill Hill Road in Branford, was charged July 21 with with separate counts of sixth-degree larceny. A bond amount of $2,500 was set for each charge and she is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 1. Arresting officer: Edmund Vecellio.

Matthew Ryan Ildefonso, 21, of Platt Avenue in West Haven, was charged July 21 with operation of an unregistered motor vehicle, reckless driving, failure to bring a motor vehicle to a full stop, operating a motor vehicle without a license and operating an ATV on a public highway. A bond amount of $2,500 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 2. Arresting officer: Craig Michalowski.

Ronald Carlton Wardwell, 34, of Mclay Avenue in East Haven, was charged July 21 with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault. A bond amount of $2,500 was set and he was scheduled to appear in court July 23. Arresting officer: Shirley Conyers.

Joseph John Wardwell, 30, of Mclay Avenue in East Haven, was charged July 21 with second-degree breach of peace, second-degree assault and second-degree threatening. A bond amount of $2,500 was set and he was scheduled to appear in court July 23. Arresting officer: Shirley Conyers.

Danielle Valerie Gaetano, 26, of Foxon Boulevard in East Haven, was charged July 21 with injury/risk/impairing the morals of a minor, interfering with a police officer, disorderly conduct, third-degree assault and second-degree threatening. A bond amount of $5,000 was set. Gaetano was also charged with a separate second-degree failure to appear. A bond amount of $2,500 was set for the separate charge. She was scheduled to appear in court July 23. Arresting officer: Shirely Conyers.

Kristy Lynn Hanson, 31, of Maple Street in Seymour, was charged July 19 with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault. A bond amount of $2,500 was set and she is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 2. Arresting officer: Edmund Vecellio.

Joseph Charles Moran, 31, of Arden Street in New Haven was charged July 18 with operating an unregistered motor vehicle, operation of a motor vehicle with a suspended license and/or registration and operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence. A bond amount of $1,000 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 2. Arresting officer: Edmund Vecellio.

Anthony Demaio, 40, of Cove Street in New Haven, was charged July 18 with sixth-degree larceny. No bond amount was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 1. Arresting officer: Kevin P. Klarman.

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