DANIELSON, Conn. (WTNH)– A state police zero tolerance operation in Danielson led to seven arrests on Wednesday.
Police say from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. the Danielson Quality of Life Task Force and Killingly resident troopers conducted a zero tolerance enforcement operation for the third time this summer. Police say the operation was prompted from several complaints from various business owners and citizens around the town.
Troopers were then assigned to high crime areas where they conducted foot patrols. Officials say the purpose is reduce street crimes such as loitering, drug dealing and reckless use of the roadways. As a result of the investigation, eight arrests and four infractions were issued.
Angela Brodowski, 36, of Plainfield was arrested for Failure to Appear. She was later released on a $250.00 bond.
Kayla Gould, 27, of Danielson, was issued a summons to court in lieu of an “in custody” arrest on charges of Operating a MV with a Suspended License and Failure to Wear a Seat Belt.
Angela Pedini, 36, of Brooklyn, was arrested on two warrants, each for Larceny. She was released on $500 bond.
Joseph Casanova, 30, Danielson, was charged with Operating under Suspension and Failure to Obey a Stop Sign.
Alexandria Bardier, 21, of Killingly, and Robert Coman, 29, of Putman, were both arrested on warrants for Disorderly Conduct. Both were released on $1,000 bond.
Joshua Robinson, 27, of Danielson ,was charged with Violation of Probation. He was held on $40,000 bond.
Troopers say they also issued four infraction tickets for various offenses that included simple trespass, loitering, and reckless use of the roadway.
Police ask anyone with information regarding the illegal sale of narcotics and /or synthetic marijuana a to call the Troop D QLTF anonymous Tips Hotline at 860-779-4950.