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Tolland Police Blotter: Oct. 5 - 12

The following arrest and other police activity reports, provided by Connecticut State Police Troop C in Tolland, are accurate as of October 12, 2012. Items on this list reflect charges filed, not convictions.

October 6

A Tolland minor was driving on a curve on Mountain Spring Road, when her car left the road and struck a tree, police said. The car then re-entered the roadway and came to rest at the intersection of Hillcrest Road, according to police. Police report that the car was inoperable and was towed from the scene, but that there were no injuries reported.

October 7

Police responded to a one-car accident in Mansfield after Tolland resident Rylan Eastman lost control of his car on Route 89, police said. His car hit a stone wall and a tree, according to police, but no injuries were reported. Eastman was found to be at fault for restricted turn and traveling unreasonably fast, police said.

October 8

A 17-year-old Tolland resident was charged with operating a motor vehicle when registration or license is refused, suspended or revoked, stop sign violation and drug paraphernalia, according to police. Police said that she was stopped after driving through a stop sign at the intersection of Rhodes Road and Anthony Road.

Shannon Lord, 39, of 279 Babcock Road in Tolland, was charged with unlicensed dog/failure to buy license when impounded, according to police.

October 9

Police responded to a two-car accident on Route 195. According to police, Tolland resident Austin Vernesoni was traveling on Route 195 when the car behind him started to make a right turn into a business driveway. The cars collided as Vernesoni also began to make a "last-minute" right turn, as well, police said. No injuries were reported, and Vernesoni was issued a warning for improper turn, police report.

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