Suspicious Person Call Leads To Two Separate Arrests In South Windsor

Tuesday September 20th, 2016

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Police say a call led to two separate arrests in South Windsor overnight Tuesday.

At around 5am, Windsor Police were dispatched to the 1000 block of Hacienda Way in South Windsor for a suspicious person checking door handles of vehicles.

Patrol officers arrived in the area and observed silver Honda Civic driving at a high rate of speed. Officers learned that the licence plate on the vehicle was stolen and stopped the vehicle in the 700 block of Havens Drive. The 30 year old male driver was placed under arrest without incident. He was also found to be a suspended driver. Further investigation revealed that the vehicle was also reported stolen. Officers searched the vehicle and located 1.2 grams of suspected Hydromorphone.

Mark Peltier, a 30 year old male from Windsor is charged with 2 counts of Possession of Stolen Property, Possession of Hydromorphone, and Drive While Suspended.

Around the same time, officers arrived in close proximity to the officers in the first arrest when they observed a second male with a yellow flashlight pointing through a window of a residence. The 23 year old male observed officers and began to run away. Officers were able to catch the suspect after a short foot pursuit and place him under arrests. The suspect was also wanted from a number of other investigations involving thefts and possession of stolen property. Upon searching the suspect officers also located property which appeared to have been stolen from vehicles. The investigation is ongoing.

Jonathon Agnew, a 23 year old male from Windsor is charged with Prowl by Night and Possession of Break and Enter Instrument.

Police say this call is a great reminder of the importance of citizens working with police to create safer neighbourhoods by reporting suspicious activity.

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