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Tolland Police Blotter: Feb. 8 - Feb. 14

The following arrest and other police activity reports, provided by Connecticut State Police Troop C in Tolland, are accurate as of February 15, 2013. Items on this list reflect charges filed, not convictions.

Editor's Note: This report was filed late and therefore did not make it into the Feb. 2-Feb. 7 police blotter.

Feb. 6

A trooper was assigned to investigate a larceny of a Stihl chainsaw. The case is under investigation.

Feb. 14

Daniel Gudeahn, 45, of 164 East Main St. in Vernon, was arrested after Troop C received a 911 call reporting an unwanted guest that refused to leave and may have a gun in his truck. Prior to arrival of the troopers, Gudeahn had returned to his truck and was sitting in it. Upon arrival, he was given numerous verbal directives and failed to comply with them and had to be forcefully subdued on the ground for officer safety. Gudeahn was arrested and transported to Troop C for processing. He was charged with disorderly conduct and interference. The vehicle was searched for a weapon with negative results. The incident took place on Old Post Road.

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A 27-year-old Tolland man was traveling northbound on Old Kent Rd South when he lost control on an unpaved surface, skidded off the right shoulder, and collided with a tree. The man was uninjured, but the vehicle was towed from the scene by Tolland Citgo due to damage. No other vehicles or persons were involved in this accident. 

Several vehicles were traveling eastbound on I-84 and one was traveling in the center lane of the three, approximately 100 feet west of the exit 68 off-ramp, when one of the rear trailer tires blew off. Seven other vehicles subsequently struck the tire. All of the operators and their passengers explained that they were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the collision and that they were not injured. A 55-year-old Stroudsburg, PA man was issued an infraction for operating with unsafe tires.

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