South Windsor man arrested for disorderly conduct, vehicle damage

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SOUTH WINDSOR — A domestic dispute at a local bowling alley has led to the arrest of a New Britain man on charges including disorderly conduct and unauthorized damage to a motor vehicle.

South Windsor Police Department arrested David B. Hernandez, 38, following an incident on April 7 at Revolutions Bowling on Bidwell Road.

Authorities said Hernandez engaged in an argument with the victim inside her car, prompting her to flee over safety concerns.

He then allegedly broke the gear shifter and side mirror before fleeing the scene.

Hernandez turned himself in and was processed and released on a $1,000 non-surety bond.

He is scheduled to appear in Manchester Superior Court today at 9 a.m.

In a separate incident, Marvens Anglade, 22, from East Hartford was arrested on charges including reckless driving and engaging police in pursuit.

After attempting to stop Anglade for improper display of a marker plate and excessive window tint, a pursuit ensued with speeds reaching 105 mph.

Anglade was apprehended at his residence and released on a $2,000 non-surety bond.

He is due in Manchester Superior Court on April 29 at 9 a.m.

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