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12 Arrests Made at New London Sailfest

Disturbing the peace, interfering with an officer and disorderly conduct were the main charges.

New London police arrested 12 people during Sailfest 2014. Credit: New London Police
New London police arrested 12 people during Sailfest 2014. Credit: New London Police
New London police arrested 12 people at Sailfest, mainly for disorderly conduct, interfering with an officer or disturbing the peace.

New London's three-day long Sailfest reportedly attracts more than 300,000 people to the downtown area. The following arrests were made over the course of the July 11 to 13 event.

  • Kenneth Briers, 31, of 15 Chappel Street, New London — Disorderly Conduct; Interfering with Police
  • Edward Bright, 36, of 11 Spirit Drive, Gales Ferry  — Breach of Peace; Criminal Trespass in the Third Degree
  • Earlene Dudley, 33, of 10 Flyers Drive, Norwich — Breach of Peace
  • Wayne Glaspie, 36, of 3215 College Road, Fairbanks, Alaska — Disorderly Conduct; Interfering with Police
  • William Goins, 18, of 44 Duboys Rd., Uncasville —Larceny 3rd by Possession — After police received a call from Connecticut State Police indicating that Goins may be in possession of a stolen motor vehicle out of Durham, police arrested Goins when he was seen at 846 Bank St. with the stolen motor vehicle.
  • Robert Marin, 24, of 251 Laurel Hill Ave., Norwich — Breach of Peace; Interfering with Police
  • Brandon Moore, 25, of 113 Whitney Ave., Huntsville, Ala. — Breach of Peace; Interfering with Police
  • Omar Murray, 43, of 74 B. Montville Rd., Hartford — Breach of Peace; Interfering with Police
  • Nikolaos Papathanasiou, 30, of 172 Willetts Ave., New London — Disorderly Conduct
  • Rashad Pauley, 21, of 172 Hawthorne Drive, New London — Breach of Peace; Interfering with Police
  • Juan Rodriguez, 21, of 181 Connecticut Ave., New London — Breach of Peace; Interfering with Police
  • Kasey Ruiz, 21, of 1 Crystal Lake Road, Groton — Disorderly Conduct

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