Login  /  Register  | 3 premium articles left before you must register.

Four arrested for alleged drug sales at Montville cafe

By Anna Isaacs

Publication: theday.com

Published April 04. 2013 9:00PM   Updated April 05. 2013 12:07AM

Four people were arrested Thursday following a six-month-long investigation into the alleged illegal sale of narcotics from inside the DOTS Café in Montville, which has since been closed, police said.

According to a press release from state police, Trisha A. Dorn, 35, of Uncasville, was charged with four counts of sale of narcotics; Irene Cisneros, 44, of Uncasville, was charged with sale of narcotics; Annie J. Douton, 30, of New London, was charged with four counts of sale of narcotics, and Wayne Baker, 47, of Preston, was charged with sale of narcotics.

A separate arrest warrant was served for Gary L. Mather, 56, of Griswold for possession of narcotics and controlled substances and 12 counts of criminal possession of a firearm.

Police officers and detectives from the Montville and Norwich police departments and the Statewide Narcotics Task Force made the arrests.

News by Town

Most Recent Poll
New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicate that one in five boys and 11 percent of all schoolchildren are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Most take medication for it. What do you think of the epidemic?
I think the number of kids with ADHD has gone up because of better diagnoses.
Kids wouldn't need medication if they had more structure at home and more time to blow off steam outdoors.
Society should look at possible causes of the behaviors rather than just giving pills to kids.
I bet a lot of these kids don't have ADHD. They are just badly behaved and have weak parents.
Increased treatment is good; we should give kids all the help they need to thrive without judging them or their parents.
Number of votes: 904

No current items found