- Wednesday, November 25, 2015
New Lebbon DUI
Police said motorist Nicholas Reppenhagen, 37, of Derby was driving an unspecified vehicle southward on a curve near 16 New Lebbon Road about 11:15 am on November 21, when the vehicle crossed into the opposite lane, went off the left side of the road and then struck a tree.
After investigating, police charged Reppenhagen with driving under the influence and with failure to keep to the right on a curve.
- Thursday, November 19, 2015
Police report they responded to a call about 4:30 pm on November 11 informing them that that there was an erratic driver traveling in the area near the intersection of Wasserman Way and Trades Lane at Fairfield Hills.
Police said they located the vehicle in question at the town’s Park & Bark dog park at 21 Old Farm Road, after which they investigated. Police said they charged motorist Robert Mosessian, 60, of 7 Round Hill Road with driving under the influence.
- Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 4:19 pm
Horse Guard Swords Stolen
Sometime between October 30 and November 7, someone entered a storage building at the grounds for the Second Company Governor’s Horse Guard at 4 Wildlife Drive, Fairfield Hills, and stole two decorative sabers, police said.
The blade of each saber has an engraving stating “Second Company Governor’s Horse Guard.”
- Thursday, October 29, 2015
Police said they responded to a complaint from the Stop & Shop supermarket at Sand Hill Plaza at 228 South Main Street on the evening of October 21, regarding a man who was attempting to make a purchase with some allegedly stolen credit card information.
Police investigated the complaint and then charged Elvin Emilio Batista Beltre, 25, of The Bronx, N.Y., with identity theft, illegal use of a credit card, and use of stolen credit card information.
- Thursday, October 22, 2015
Police report they observed motorist Andrew Bolmer, 27, of 31 Swamp Road driving a vehicle erratically in Dodgingtown at about 10:40 pm on October 17, after which they stopped him on Hattertown Road, near Dodgingtown Road, to investigate.
Police said they charged Bolmer with driving under the influence. Bolmer posted $500 bail and is scheduled for a November 3 arraignment in Danbury Superior Court, police said.
- Thursday, October 15, 2015
Asleep At The Wheel
State Police report that at about 8:39 am on October 6, James Damico, 31, of West Haven was operation a 2014 Nissan Altima on the Exit 11 on ramp to westbound Interstate 84 in Newtown, when he reportedly fell asleep behind the wheel. The vehicle then left the roadway and struck a rock wall, sustaining damage that made the vehicle inoperable. The operator was subsequently issued a citation for failure to stay in an established lane.
- Thursday, October 8, 2015
State police report that motorist Paul Foley, 59, of Bedford, N.Y., who was driving a 2000 Mercedes-Benz SUV on westbound Interstate 84, near Exit 10, about 6 pm on October 1, struck the rear end of a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck driven by a 68-year-old Stamford man and then drove away from the scene.
State police said that through the help of a witness, they were able to find Foley, who they then stopped to investigate.
- Thursday, October 1, 2015
A two-vehicle accident involving a sedan and a motorcycle occurred about 7:45 pm on September 23 at the signalized intersection of Main Street, Sugar Street, South Main Street, and Glover Avenue.
- Thursday, September 24, 2015
Sugar Street DUI
On September 17 at about 11:09 pm, local officers report they stopped a vehicle being operated on Sugar Street for speeding.
Upon further investigation, police arrested Ryan Kelleher, 31, of Oakridge Road in Bethel, on the speeding charge, as well as for driving under the influence.
Kelleher was processed and subsequently released on a $100 bond pending an October 1 court appearance.
- Thursday, September 10, 2015
Police said that on the afternoon of Saturday, September 5, they received a report that forced entries had been made into five locked motor vehicles that were parked at Dickinson Park at 50 Elm Drive.
The drivers of those five vehicles were involved in activities at the park at the time of the incident.