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Tolland Police Blotter: March 15 - March 21

The following arrest and other police activity reports, provided by Connecticut State Police Troop C in Tolland, are accurate as of March 22, 2013. Items on this list reflect charges filed, not convictions.

March 15

A 17-year-old male was arrested after a large party was discovered on Sugar Hill Road and several underage individuals were found to be consuming alcohol. The juvenile hosting the party was arrested and is being held at juvenile detention in Hartford with a scheduled court date of March 18. He was charged with illegal delivery of liquor to a minor, possession of alcohol by a minor, risk of injury to a child (5 counts), interfering with an officer: non-assaultive, and breach of peace: non-assaultive and non-threatening.

March 17

Thomas Mayer, 60, of 87 Fox Ridge Ln. in Tolland, was arrested for DWI after colliding with a mailbox in Tolland.

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March 19

Elrich Scott Reynolds, 32, of 55 Fire Tower Rd. in Eastford, failed to appear at Rockville Superior Court for a court appearance on March 11. On March 19, he turned himself in at Troop C and was arrested. He was charged with second-degree failure to appear.

A 17-year-old Tolland man was traveling eastbound on Old Post Road and went off the road on the left and rolled down a hill. He stated that he was traveling eastbound and while negotiating the curve, he lost control on the wet pavement and went off the road. The man was transported to Rockville General Hospital but his passenger, an 18-year-old Tolland man, was uninjured. The vehicle was totaled and the 17-year-old man was found at fault for the accident and received a verbal warning for traveling at a speed too fast for conditions. 

March 20

Troop C responded to Tolland High School regarding threatening statements that were made by two 15-year-old, male students. Both juveniles were identified and given a juvenile summons for breach of peace. Both were given a court date of April 2 at juvenile court in Rockville. The case was closed without incident or injuries.

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