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Branford Police Blotter: Credit Card Theft, DUI, Breach of Peace

The following arrest information was provided by the Branford Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

Branford police cruiser. Credit: Patch file photo
Branford police cruiser. Credit: Patch file photo

Danielle J. Burns, 28, of Hammer Place in Branford, was charged Dec. 22 with disorderly conduct. She was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 23. Arresting officer: David J. Atkinson.

Michael Chobian, 44, of Hampton Park in Branford, was charged Dec. 22 with operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence and operator of vehicle to exercise due care to avoid pedestrian. He is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 8. Arresting officer: Joseph Carangelo.

Michele Correia, 61, of Brushy Plains Road in Branford, was charged Dec. 23 with sixth-degree larceny. She is scheduled to appear in court Dec. 31. Arresting officer: Corrianne Dionne.

Dwayne Gallishaw, 25, of Farran Avenue in New Haven, was charged Dec. 23 with third-degree criminal mischief and breach of peace. He was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 24. Arresting officer: John G. Campanelli.

David J. King, 47, of Shady Lane in Branford, was charged Dec. 22 with breach of peace. He was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 23. Arresting officer: Dominick B. Eula.

Thomas Chester Malinka, 43, of Crouch Road in Branford, was charged Dec. 23 with first-degree larceny, fraudulent use of an auto teller machine and credit card theft. He was scheduled to appear in court the same day. Arresting officer: Paul Perrotti.

Fernando Negron, 53, of Maple Street in New Britain, was charged Dec. 22 with sixth-degree larceny. He is scheduled to appear in court Dec. 31. Arresting officer: Matthew Clerkin.

Monica Thompson, 55, of Watrous Avenue in Branford, was charged Dec. 22 with breach of peace. She was scheduled to appear in court Dec. 23. Arresting officer: Dominick B. Eula

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