A Meriden man is accused of renting more than $200 worth of video games from the Naugatuck Blockbuster and then selling them to a gaming store, police said.
Daron Cochrane, 24, of 323 Coe Ave., was charged with sixth-degree larceny for stealing the games, which totaled $212.65 in value, police said.
He was released on a $2,000 court set cash bond and is to be arraigned Wednesday at Waterbury Superior Court.
A local man is accused of stealing $236 worth of beer from Stop & Shop in Naugatuck.
Lawrence Allen, 23, of 352 North Hoadley St., Naugatuck, is accused of taking seven cases of beer from the store, police said. He was charged with sixth-degree larceny.
He was released on a $500 bond and is to be arraigned Wednesday at Waterbury Superior Court.
A local woman crashed her car while driving drunk on South Main Street just before midnight on Wednesday and then fled the scene, police said.
Denise Harms, 37, of 36 May Street (Pond Road), Naugatuck, was located walking on Maple Street a short while after the crash, police said. During the investigation, it was determined she was driving drunk, police said.
She was charged with operating under the influence of drugs/alcohol, second-degree reckless endangerment, evading responsibility and three motor vehicle infractions.
She was released on a $1,000 bond and is to be arraigned on Oct. 24 at Waterbury Superior Court.
Gilbert Jennings, 40, of 300 North Main St., Naugatuck, was charged by warrant with probation violation. He was released on a $2,500 non-surety bond and is to be arraigned on Oct. 24 at Waterbury Superior Court.
A boyfriend and girlfriend were arrested for their roles a domestic dispute.
Brian Lavertue, 28, and Amy Yarrington, 30, of 175 Cherry St., were charged with disorderly conduct.
A juvenile was arrested for punching another in the stomach during a fight at City Hill Middle School. He was charged with breach of peace and released to his mother.
The above information was provided by the Naugatuck Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not equal a conviction.