Danielle Gleason, 22, of Vernon, was charged with larceny in the sixth degree and was later released on a $2,000 non- surety bond. She is scheduled to appear at Manchester Superior Court on Oct. 23. Gleason’s charge stems from a September 2012 complaint that she allegedly stole prescription medication from an acquaintance’s home. An arrest warrant was later obtained for Gleason and served Wednesday evening.
Joseph Blackmore, 43, of 644 Main St. was charged on Oct. 2 with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, failure to have insurance and failure to drive a reasonable distance apart. Blackmore was later released on a $2,500 non-surety bond. He is scheduled to appear at Manchester Superior Court on Oct. 15.
Nikita Theroux, age 25, of Windham Center, was charged Oct. 2 with forgery in the second degree, illegally obtaining drug by fraud, and failure to appear in the second degree. Theroux was later released on a $3,000 surety bond. She is scheduled to appear at Manchester Superior Court on Oct. 11. Theroux’s charges stem from a July 2012 complaint by a local pharmacy that she allegedly filled a fraudulent prescription. Additionally, a re-arrest warrant for the Windsor Locks Police Department was served.
Joanne Cormier, 45, of 54 Oak St., and John Thibault, 47, of 7 Benedict Drive, were face several charges as a result of a domestic incident that allegedly took place on Oct. 1.
Cormier was charged with criminal violation of a protective order, breach of peace and interfering with an officer. She was held on a $10,000 surety bond.
Thibault was charged with criminal violation of a protective order, breach of peace and criminal mischief in the third degree and was held on a $10,000 surety bond.
According to a police press release, Thibault allegedly had punched the windshield of Cormier’s car, cracking the windshield. The couple, according to police, had been involved in an argument. A protective order from a previous arrest prohibited any contact between Thibault and Cormier.
Both Cormier and Thibault were presented at Manchester Superior Court on Tuesday, Oct. 2.
Christian Cadieux, 34, of Windsor Locks, was charged on Oct. 1 with larceny in the sixth degree and was later released on a $2,000 non- surety bond. Cadieux allegedly removed a metal door frame and a metal cabinet from a Commerce Way business’ dumpster when he did not have permission to do so. He is scheduled to appear at Manchester Superior Court on Oct. 11.