Naugatuck Police made the following arrests through Dec. 10:
Ryan Arsenault, 33, of 99 Jay Road, Waterbury, left two children unattended at home and went out on the night of Dec. 7, police said. He was pulled over on Meadow Street and charged with operating under the influence.
John Mortensen, 44, of 64 Morris St., Naugatuck, was arrested after beating up the male friend of his girlfriend.
Mortensen damaged a kitchen door to get inside the house and started beating up the man, police said.
He was charged with first-degree burglary, criminal violation of a protective order, third-degree assault, second-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
Timothy Gutwald, 30, of 72 Walnut St., Naugatuck, was charged with second-degree violation of conditions of release.
Edilson Lima-DaSilva, 29, of 55 Pemberton St., Waterbury, was charged with issuing a bad check for $2,167.49, which was returned for insufficient funds, police say. She was charged with issuing a bad check.
Antonio Garcia, 25, of 161 Rubber Ave., Naugatuck,w as charged with failure to respond to an infraction.
Rayan Ragalis, 19, of 492 East St., Plainville, was charged with second-degree failure to appear.
Nicholas Loar, 30, of 131 Scott St., Naugatuck, was arrested after grabbing a woman by her neck while the woman was holding a child, police said. The woman attempted to call 911, but the man grabbed the phone and smashed it, police said.
He was charged with third-degree assault, third-degree strangulation, disorderly conduct and risk of injury to a minor.
Felicia Meservy, 21, of 131 Scott St., Naugatuck, was charged with disorderly conduct after hitting a woman in the face.
Patricia Basta, 64, of 1081 New Haven Road, Naugatuck, was charged with operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol after being pulled over at 8:50 p.m. on Dec. 7 on New Haven Road.
Miguel Celis, 56, of 2 North St., Beacon Falls, was charged with operating under the influence after being pulled over on the Salem Bridge at 11:05 p.m. on Dec. 7.
Mark Cipriano, 47, of 77 Fern Hill Road, Watertown, was charged with threatening and second-degree harassment after calling a coworker and threatening to harm him or her, police said.
Luis Morales, 24, of 34 North Walnut St., Waterbury, was charged with the following an incident in which he kicked and banged on the victim’s door, damaging it, police said: breach of peace, violating a protective order, second-degree criminal mischief, first-degree criminal trespass and second-degree harassment: intimidation.
Two men were arrested after a shoving match: Tyler Bao, 19, of 30 Willowdale Ave., Waterbury, and Miguel Bao, 38, of 515 Ruber Ave., Naugatuck.
Andrew Taylor, 19, of 38 Primrose St., Waterbury, was charged with disorderly conduct and third-degree criminal mischief after forcing his way into a home at 515 Rubber Ave. and damaging a door, police said.
Victor Holloway, 29, of 28 Olive St., Naugatuck, was charged with violating probation.
Kathleen Lee, 40, of 11 Turtle Creek Lane, East Hartford, was charged with operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol.
Christopher Toal, 21, of 63 Harvard Ave., Shelton, was charged with failure to respond to an infraction.
Andre Kinion, 23, of 29 Tudor St., Waterbury, was charged with operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol after being pulled over at Exit 26 off of Route 8 at 1:28 a.m. on Dec. 5.
Patricia Johnson, 52, of 13 Highland Circle, Naugatuck, was charged with disorderly conduct after being involved in an incident at 2:30 a.m. on Dec. 5.
Pawel Skretowicz, 25, of 925 Ornoke Road, Waterbury, was charged with second-degree failure to appear.
A juvenile was arrested after causing a disturbance at Naugatuck High School and trying to kick a security guard who tried to take his cell phone on Dec. 5, police said.
Another juvenile was charged on Dec. 5 with possession of marijuana less than four ounces and use of drug paraphernalia at Naugatuck High School.
Ilunga Tshiahungula, 19, of 214 Union City Road, Naugatuck, was charged with failure to respond to an infraction.
Two juveniles were charged with disorderly conduct after getting into a fight on Dec. 5.
Arrests do not equal convictions. All of those arrested are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.