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Busy Stamford Memorial Day Overnight Nets 17 Arrests

Police arrested 17 people between Monday morning and Tuesday morning they released Tuesday afternoon.

Coming off of a busy weekend—better statistics than last year—Stamford Police were dealing with a number of issues Tuesday.

A disturbance at the Rumba Cafe, in the 400 block of W. Main St., at around 1 a.m. Tuesday resulted in three arrests, police announced Tuesday afternoon. Police said officers responding to a reported fight came upon a vehicle stopped in the middle of the street with several people arguing, according to police. 

When officers told everyone to go home, but the incident continued to grow out of hand. At one point during the argument, Estefen Ricon, 21, of the 1200 block of Sherman Ave. in the Bronx, allegedly smashed a bottle into the face of a 25-year-old man, according to authorities.

Police said officers notified Emergency Medical Services, but the victim refused assistance.

When police attempted to speak to the reporting person—the woman whose car was parked in the street—she was allegedly punched in the face by Dayhan Conela, 22, of the first block of Diaz St.

According to authorities, Pedro Rimirez, 34, of Drydon St., was also arrested at the scene for interfering with police.

Ricon faces charges of assault. He was held on a $500 bond. Conela was charged with assault and interfering & resisting on a $1,000 bond. Rimirez was charged with interfering & resisting and refusing fingerprinting on a $1,000 bond.All court dates were scheduled for June 11, 2012.

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Other Arrests:

Francisco Rivera Amaya, 40, of Culloden Rd., was charged Monday morning with two counts of "Extradition arrest by warrant."

Brandon G. Barkhouse, 19, of Club Rd., was charged Tuesday morning with illegal use of tinted glass, illegal possession of a weapon in a motor vehicle and possession of a controlled substance.

Felicia DeRosa Burl, 30, of Park Ave. in Bridgeport, was charged Wednesday morning with failure to appear and violation of probation.

Nathaniel B. Chappell, 38, of S. Pacific St., was charged Tuesday evening with larceny.

Randall Edwards, 36, of North St., was charged Monday evening with operating a motor vehicle on the sidewalk, failure to renew registration and failure to insure a private motor vehicle.

Eduardo Garcia, 38, of Culloden Rd., was charged Monday morning with illegal operation of a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, illegally operating a motor vehicle without a license of the proper class, engaging police in a pursuit and failure to drive in the proper lane.

Eric Johnson, 46, of Aldine Ave. in Bridgeport, was charged Monday morning with possession of narcotics.

Hernan Antonio Lopez-Marin, 40, of Peak St., was charged Monday evening with illegal operation of a motor vehicle under suspension, failure to return license and registration and failure to maintain properly tinted windows.

Marshon Mitchell, 37, of Valentine St. in Mt. Vernon, NY, was charged Monday morning with illegally operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, illegally operating a motor vehicle without the proper license class, improper turning without a signal.

Sarah E. Noonan, 25, of Maple Rd. in Easton, was charged Monday afternoon with speeding and failure to stop on the proper side of the road.

Ingrid Rojas, 21, of Oak St. in Yonkers, NY, was charged Monday morning with assault and breach of peace. 

Sherron Dallices Shepard, 44, of Orchard St., was charged Tuesday morning with disorderly conduct and violation of a protective order.

Trevor Thompson, 22, of Lipton Pl., was charged Monday night with threatening and criminal trespass.

Alejandra Velez, 28, of Washington Ave. in Bronx, NY, was charged Monday morning with assault and breach of peace.

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