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East Haven Police Arrests: Threatening, DUI, Criminal Violation of a Protective Order

The following arrest information was provided by the East Haven Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

East Haven Police Department cruiser. Credit: Julie Weisberg
East Haven Police Department cruiser. Credit: Julie Weisberg

Eunah Gong, 34, of Huntington Road in New Haven, was charged Dec. 19 with driving with no insurance, operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence and following too close. A bond amount of $1,000 was set and she is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 2. Arresting officer: Vincent Ferrara.

Kyle Anthony Sarcione, 26, of Carter Avenue in Meriden, was charged Dec. 19 with second-degree breach of peace and second-degree threatening. A bond amount of $750 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 2. Arresting officer: Michael Jobes.

Cheryl Ann Bickford, 44, of Thompson Street in East Haven, was charged Dec. 29 with disorderly conduct and third-degree assault. No bond amount was set and she was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 20. Arresting officer: Michael Jobes.

Richard Anthony Fillipelli, 54, of Branford Road in North Branford, was charged Dec. 19 with third-degree criminal trespass and fourth-degree larceny. A bond amount of $1,500 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 2. Arresting officer: Shirley Conyers.

John J. Taddei, 48, of Martin Road in East Haven, was charged Dec. 18 with criminal violation of a protective order. A bond amount of $5,000 was set and he was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 19. Arresting officer: John F. Finnimore.

Kevin Frank Marion, 19, of Silver Sands Road in East Haven, was charged Dec. 18 with two counts of carrying a dangerous weapon and one count of second-degree breach of peace. A bond amount of $5,000 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 2. Arresting officer: Franshesca Ojeda.

Nicholas Malavasi, 18, of Shore Drive in Branford, was charged Dec. 18 with second-degree breach of peace and second-degree conspiracy/robbery. A bond amount of $10,000 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 2. Arresting officer: Franshesca Ojeda.

Gregory Wagner, 29, of Cosey Beach Road in East Haven, was charged Dec. 18 with carrying a facsimile firearm, second-degree breach of peace, second-degree criminal attempt at robbery and a separate charge of failure to appear in court. A bond amount of $20,000 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 2. Arresting officer: Franshesca Ojeda.

William Edward McElveen, 60, of Fairmont Avenue in New Haven, was charged Dec. 18 with sixth-degree larceny and interfering with a police officer. A bond amount of $1,500 was set and he is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 2.

Flowers December 30, 2013 at 08:24 AM
Disappointed to read in the NHR that officers are leaving the East Haven force because of too many hours and over regulation. Is this true?
Lance Coughlin December 30, 2013 at 10:36 AM
The turnover rate is nothing new, it has been through the roof since gallos arrival. Gallo managed to take a great department and turn it into a complete shit show. Add the cost of trying to staff the department to the millions upon millions in legal fees and settlements because of that dude. And the cops can't do their job even if they knew how to or wanted to, and the criminals know that which is why they are coming here. That's what bringing Lenny to east haven did.

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