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Paula Ayala, 31, of 2 Maple Ave., Apt. 1, Willimantic, was charged with operating an unregistered motor vehicle, no insurance, failure to carry a license and operating under suspension Feb. 2. Bond: promise to appear. Court: Feb. 11 in Danielson.
Jodi Despard, 25, of 66 Spring St., Apt. 3, Willimantic, was charged with a violation of probation Feb. 2. Bond: $50,000. Court: Feb. 3 in Danielson.
Aisha Wilson, 35, of 92 Brook St., Willimantic, was charged with criminal violation of a protective order Feb. 2. Bond: $5,000. Court: Feb. 3 in Danielson.
Kimberly McGrail, 42, of 383 Pleasant St., Willimantic, was charged with first-degree failure to appear in court Feb. 3. Bond: $5,000. Court: Feb. 4 in Danielson.
Henry Kaleisha, 18, of 83 Windham St., Apt. 205, Willimantic, was charged with failure to pay or plead Feb. 3. Bond: $100. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.
Douglas Michaelson, 30, of 49 Quarry St., Willimantic, was charged with operating a motor vehicle under suspension Feb. 3. Bond: promise to appear. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.
Victor Iarraza, 30, of 237 Valley St., Willimantic, was charged with interfering with an officer Feb. 3. Bond: $2,500. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.
Tina L. Goss, 42, of 190 S. Park St., Willimantic, was charged with no insurance, failure to renew license, operating under suspension and misuse of plates Feb. 3. Bond: promise to appear. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.
John Bonkowski, 36, of 73 Circle Drive, Mansfield, was charged with failure to have tail lamps illuminated, speeding more than 60 mph, failure to bring a motor vehicle to a full stop, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, no insurance and misuse of plates Feb. 3. Bond: promise to appear. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.
Debbie George, 46, of 150 Walnut St., Apt. B, Willimantic, was charged with disorderly conduct and breach of peace Feb. 3. Bond: $1,500. Court: Feb. 4 in Danielson.
Michael Erskine, 51, of 150 Walnut St., Apt. B, Willimantic, was charged with disorderly conduct Feb. 3. Bond: $1,500. Court: Feb. 4 in Danielson.
Susan Zevotek Perry, 43, of 20 Maple St., Apt. 3, Willimantic, was charged with driving under the influence and failure to have headlights illuminated Feb. 4. Bond: $1,000. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.
Lashawn Tinney, 33, of 383 Pleasant St., Willimantic, was charged with violation of probation Feb. 4. Bond: $5,000. Court: Feb. 4 in Danielson.
Brendan Deriso, 29, of 25 Mountain St. Apt. 1, Willimantic, was charged with a criminal violation of a protective order Feb. 4. Bond: $10,000. Court: Feb. 5 in Danielson.
Sonny Luciano Rivera, 22, of 27 Woodbridge Ave., East Hartford, was charged with second-degree criminal mischief, assault on a peace official and breach of peace Feb. 4. Bond: $5,000. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.
Maryanne Ortiz, 21, of 24 Quarry St., Willimantic, was charged with failure to obey a stop sign, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, no insurance and operating without a license Feb. 4. Bond: promise to appear. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.
Kimberly McGrail, 42, of 383 Pleasant St., Willimantic, was charged with second-degree failure to appear in court Feb. 4. Bond: $2,500. Court: Feb. 4 in Danielson.
Andrea Boucher, 19, of 26 George St., Windham, was charged with second-degree failure to appear in court Feb. 4. Bond: $5,000. Court: Feb. 5 in Danielson.
David J. Rivera, 24, of 29 Ash St., Apt. 3, Willimantic, was charged with second-degree failure to appear in court Feb. 4. Bond: $2,500. Court: no date given.
Alan Dube, 18, of 61 Hilltop Drive, Apt. 2, Windham, was charged with failure to wear a seat belt, misuse of plates, operating an unregistered motor vehicle, no insurance and operating without a license Feb. 4. Bond: promise to appear. Court: Feb. 16 in Danielson.

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