Thomaston police arrest multiple individuals on charges including sexual assault and kidnapping

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THOMASTON — The Thomaston Police Department has released its arrest and citation log for a series of incidents that have occurred over the past month, leading to multiple arrests on charges ranging from larceny to sexual assault.

On March 26, Jeffrey Carmon, 38, of Derby, CT, was charged with sixth-degree larceny and held on a $1,000 bond.

He appeared in court on the same day.

John Varecka, 47, from Thomaston, faced first-degree criminal trespass charges on April 5 and was given a promise to appear in court on April 16.

He was arrested again the following day on the same charge, adding a charge for second-degree breach of peace with a $5,000 bond.

Daria Deaguiar, 54, of Thomaston, was charged with disorderly conduct on April 7, with her court date set for the next day.

On April 8, John Vitale, 65, from Winchester, CT, faced charges for first-degree stalking and criminal violation of a protective order, with a $25,000 bond set.

His court appearance was scheduled for April 9.

The log also detailed an incident involving Christopher Lee, 68, from Winsted, CT, who was charged on April 11 with interfering with a search warrant and promoting prostitution in the third degree, with a bond set at $10,000.

On the same day, Aijin Zhu, 50, of Brooklyn, NY, Xiujuan Lin, 41, of Flushing, NY, and Bo Lin, 54, from Torrington, CT, were all charged with prostitution and each held on a $10,000 bond.

They are all scheduled to appear in court on April 22.

On April 16, Michael Finney, 50, of Waterbury, CT, was charged with first-degree sexual assault, second-degree burglary, and criminal violation of a protective order.

He was held on a significant $650,000 bond with a court date set for the same day.

Ande Jiang, 25, from Highland Mills, NY, faced two counts of second-degree larceny and two counts of second-degree telephone fraud on April 23.

He was held on a $300,000 bond, with his court date set for the following day.

On April 27, Richard Blood, 37, of Thomaston, was charged with multiple serious offenses, including second-degree sexual assault, second-degree kidnapping, first-degree unlawful restraint, first-degree strangulation/suffocation, second-degree threatening, third-degree assault, and second-degree breach of peace.

His bond was set at $500,000, and he is set to appear in court on April 29.

Most recently, on May 1, Cheryl Bourn, 58, from Waterbury, was charged with first-degree criminal trespass and disorderly conduct.

She was released on a $500 bond and is scheduled to appear in court on May 2.

The Thomaston Police Department is actively working on these cases and will provide updates on court proceedings as they become available.

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