CHESHIRE — The following people were charged by police March 6:
Susane Villatoro Hidalgo, 34, 105 Farren Ave., New Haven, criminal impersonation; operating motor vehicle other than motorcycle w/o license; failure to meet minimum insurance requirements.
Katherine Killea, 33, 775 Devonwood Drive, operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.
Mark Raducha, 23, sixth-degree con/larceny from motor vehicle; third-degree con/burglary; sixth-degree larceny from motor vehicle; third-degree burglary; third-degree con/burglary.
Olgert Gega, 25, 22 Leaf Ave., Waterbury, possession of marijuana - first offense.
Nicholas Albis, 22, 3 Wilson Ave., Wallingford, possession of marijuana; failure to renew registration.
Tara Gromala, 34, 20 Abbey Court, Cheshire, disorderly conduct.
Aaron Stevenson, 21, 393 Spring St., Cheshire, sixth-degree conspiracy to commit larceny from motor vehicle; third-degree conspiracy to commit burglary; sixth-degree larceny from motor vehicle; third-degree burglary.
Steve Valenzuela, 24, operating under suspension; failure to have insurance; misuse of plates, license; failure to return license/reg after suspension.
Taylor Greatorex, 23, 532 Mixwell Road, possession of marijuana, illegal possession of control narcotic substance; possession/sale/mfg/hallucin/including possession with intent to sell; possession of marijuana with intent to sell; possession of drug paraphernalia; narcotic drugs not in original container.
Alsalf Mohammed, 26, 62 Cleveland Road, New Haven, operating motor vehicle other than motorcycle without license; failure to have insurance.
Jonathan Welch, 33, 416 Robin Court, possession of marijuana use or possession with use drug paraphenalia; operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.
Robert Wilson, 21, 82 Yaremich Drive, Bridgeport, sixth-degree shoplifting.
Gabriel Vaga, 18, 738 Jarvis St., possession of alcohol by minor.
Dominic Standish, 46, 23 N 3rd St., Meriden, third-degree assault, second-degree breach of peace.
Donald Smith, 59, 29 Traceyann Court, Naugatuck, operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.
Kimberly McMullin, 44, 55 Terrace Gardens, Wallingford, criminal violation restraint order.
Jarnell Mention, 23 19 Country Hill Road, Hamden, sixth-degree larceny - shoplifting.
Francis Carlsio, 27, 13 Jasmine La, Wolcott, sixth-degree larceny - shoplifting.
James McGinn, 44, 35 Butler Ave., Southington, operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.
Jordan Neff, 18, 27 Mountaincrest Drive, possession of alcohol by minor other/public.
Robert Hickok, 69, 318 W. Main St., disorderly conduct.
Mark Raduha, 23, 275 Sorghum Ridge, sixth-degree conspiracy to commit larceny; third-degree conspiracy/burglary; interfering with an officer; fourth-degree motor vehicle; third-degree burglary.
Julien Morant, 38, 50 Ridge St., New Haven, third-degree criminal mischief; carrying firearm under influence of drugs/alcohol; operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.
Anthony Doneday, 23, 55 North St., Meriden, violation of probation.
Milosz Matusiak, 33, 235 Tremont St., New Britain, interfering with an officer.
David Panasci, 21, 9 Cobblefield Court, Wolcott, possession paraphernalia.
Jacob Simpson, 22, 99 Miller Road. Bethany, evading responsibility injury or property.
Juan Toro, 53, 50 Foster St., Meriden, fourth-degree larceny.
Jacqueline McGuire, 30, 52 Ives Hill Court, disorderly conduct.
William Sparano, 35, 52 Ives Hill Court, disorderly conduct.
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