Man turns himself into police for arrest warrants

Antonino Cammariere turned himself in today at the Bristol Police Department for two outstanding arrest warrants.

According to a press release from the Bristol Police Department, the warrants were obtained by police and the Bristol/Burlington Health District officials as part of an investigation into building code violations at 116-122 High Street, Cammariere owns.

Cammariere was charged with second degree reckless endangerment, which was the result of a criminal investigation of Cammariere pulling off condemned building warning signs that were posted at 116-122 High Street, the release said.

He also was charged with 10 Counts of Bristol property maintenance code violations, according to the release. The charges were the result of an inspection conducted by an official with the Bristol/Burlington Health District at 116-122 High St., where several building violations were found, and Cammariere failed to repair them the release said.

Cammariere was released on a $1000 non-surety bond for each warrant and has scheduled court dates on Thursday May 14, at New Britain Superior Court.