Plainfield Police: New London Man Arrested After Causing Disturbance at Animal Control, Had Outstanding Warrants
This article was published on: 07/26/19 1:01 AM by Mike Minarsky
On July 25, 2019 at approximately 2:19 P.M., members of the Plainfield Police Department responded to the Animal Control Building for a report of a disturbance. The Animal Control Officer called via radio transmission requesting officers to respond due to a male acting belligerent.
Upon arriving on scene Officers made contact with the Animal Control Officer who was with working with a State Of CT Animal Control Officer at the time. Officers made contact with the male who provided a false name and date of birth. The male was later positively identified as Richard R. Tracy (Age 35) of New London, CT.
The initial disturbance began when Tracy went to the Animal Control Building attempting to get a dog that did not belong to him and he began to act aggressively. Tracy was found to be in possession of Suboxone sublingual films, Clonazepam and Marinol. While investigating, officers learned that Tracy had three active arrest PRAWN warrants for Failure to Appear 1stDegree, Failure to Appear 2nd Degree and Violation of Probation. Tracy also had a hard copy arrest warrant from the CSP Troop E in Montville for Violation of Protective Order.
Tracy was processed on the PRAWN arrest warrants, then charged with Breach of Peace, (2 counts) of Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession of Narcotics, Failure to Have Narcotics Original Container, Criminal Impersonation and Interfering with an Officer. Tracy was held on a combined $117,500 cash/surety bond and will be arraigned at the Danielson Superior Court GA-11 on 7/26/2019.