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Operation of a Drug Factory, Three Stamford Residents Arrested For Trespassing

The Stamford police blotter for Oct.12-Oct. 14. All information is supplied by the Stamford Police Department, does not include convictions, and does not presume guilt or innocence.

Mynor Aguilar-Gonzalez, 33, 75 Durant Street, Stamford, was arrested Thursday for illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, third degree forgery, fifth degree larceny, and various other vehicle-related offenses.

Alan T. Britt, 25, 127 West Broad Street, Stamford, was arrested Wednesday for sale of certain illegal drugs and possession narcotics.

Joseph T. Dreher, 23, 81-2 Ludlow Street, Stamford, was arrested Wednesday for possession of a controlled substance, sale of a controlled substance, and operation of a drug factory.

Eardley Henry, 53, 25 Taylor Street, Stamford, was arrested Wednesday for second degree failure to appear.

Tory L. Hinton, 27, 34 Fairfield Ave., Stamford, was arrested Wednesday and charged with four counts of sale of certain illegal drugs and four counts of possession of narcotics.

Chester E. Jones, 44, 67 Smith Street, Stamford, was arrested Wednesday and charged with two separate counts of third degree larceny and one count of use of a motor vehicle without permission.

Osman Menjibar-Espinosa, 28, 137 Spruce Street, Stamford, was arrested Wednesday for operating a motor vehicle without a license and excessive noise.

Sharhonda Petway, Serge Richere, and Fidel Soto were arrested Thursday and charged with one count of criminal trespass each.

Jose H. Ramos, 32, 597 Pacific Street, Stamford, was arrested Wednesday for sxith degree larceny.

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