An operation dubbed "Zero Tolerance" by state police's quality of life task force led to the arrests of seven people in Danielson on various charges.
Troopers said they arrested Angela Brodowski, Kayla Gould, Angela Pedini, Joseph Casanova, Alexandria Bardier, Robert Coman and Joshua Robinson in separate cases.
State police said this is the third time this summer that the operation took place. It was in response to crime complaints from business owners and neighbors.
Troopers were assigned to high crime areas and conducted foot patrols. The focus was on loitering, drugs, disturbances, reckless use of roadways and other crimes.
See their mug shots here.
Brodowski, 36, of Plainfield, was arrested on an active warrant for failing to appear in court. She was released on a $250 bond.
Gould, 27, of Danielson, committed a traffic violation, according to troopers. A check with the Department of Motor Vehicles revealed that her license was suspended.
Pedini, 36, of Brooklyn, had two active warrants out. Both were for sixth-degree larceny. She was released on a $500 bond.
Casanova, 30, of Danielson, had a suspended driver's license and failed to obey a stop sign, state police said.
Bardier and Coman had warrants out for disorderly conduct. Both were arrested and released on $1,000 bonds.
Robinson, 27, of Danielson, was taken into custody without incident after being found driving on Maple Street. State police said he had an active arrest warrant out for him.
Troopers said they also issued four infractions for various offenses like trespassing, loitering and reckless use of the roadway.
Anyone with tips on illegal activity can call the state police anonymous tips hotline at 860-779-4950.
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