South Windsor police make multiple arrests, including for reckless endangerment and OUI

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SOUTH WINDSOR — South Windsor Police Department made several arrests this week, including one for reckless endangerment and another for operating under the influence, officials said Thursday.

Ryan Grzesiak, 29, of South Windsor was arrested on an active arrest warrant Tuesday at 11:03 a.m. stemming from a November incident.

Officers had responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle on Brent Drive and Diane Drive.

They found Grzesiak asleep in the vehicle with a crack pipe on his lap.

Upon awakening, he fled and later threatened officers with his vehicle.

He was forcibly removed from his vehicle, taken into custody, and presented at Manchester Superior Court on Tuesday due to being in state custody on other charges.

That same day, at 5:36 p.m., Akshar R. Patel, 34, also of South Windsor, was arrested following an incident where he allegedly struck a guard rail on Route 5 and Strong Road and fled the scene.

Patel failed sobriety tests and was released on a $1,000 non-surety bond.

His court appearance is scheduled for May 6 at 9 a.m.

In a separate incident, Jacob Baez, 18, of Brooklyn, NY, was arrested at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday after officers responded to a Target store on a report of known shoplifters.

Baez resisted arrest and was found with a steak knife.

He was held on a $55,000 surety bond and appeared in court Wednesday at 9 a.m.

Additionally, on Wednesday at 10:10 a.m., William B. Miles, 40, of Newington was arrested for failing to register his address as required by law due to a previous sexual assault conviction.

He was already in state custody on other charges when he was processed and presented at Manchester Superior Court.

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