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SEYMOUR— According to reports, Seymour Police, Seymour Ambulance and the Great Hill Fire Department were dispatched to a report of a tractor trailer crash around 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, May 6, on Holbrook Road.

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NEWTOWN — Police said they were dispatched at 12:20 a.m. April 26 to Danbury to take custody of Logan Bruckner, 271 Four Brooks Rd., Stamford, from Danbury police and transport him to the Newtown police station in response to an arrest warrant.

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WOODBURY — Two people were arrested on an active warrant on March 11 for an incident dating back to November 24, 2019, on Fox Road and processed at Troop L.

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MIDDLEBURY — Dr. Guiseppi Tripodi responded to a warrant for his arrest, reporting to Middlebury Police Headquarters on February 29.

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WOODBURY – A two-car motor vehicle accident at 4:45 p.m. February 22 on Main Street North resulted in one operator being taken to St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment, according to police.

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WOODBURY – Evan Troy Dewar, 22 of Main Street South was picked up by police at a Curtiss Road address on February 18, on an outstanding warrant dating back to a January incident.

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SEYMOUR — Police report that on Thursday, February 13, an officer observed Yesenia Cabezas, 106 Balance Rock Rd., traveling on Main Street without a front registration plate attached to her vehicle.

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SOUTHBURY — The town of Southbury and the Fraternal Order of Police, Southbury Police Department members, have agreed to a new three-year contract that took effect on July 1, 2019.

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SEYMOUR — According to police, on Thursday, February 6, an officer clocked Karen Sinclair, 9 Wesley St., Waterbury, on radar traveling above the posted 40 mph speed limit on Rimmon Road.

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MIDDLEBURY — Police said an employee from a local bank branch came to the Middlebury Police Department to file a harassment complaint on Thursday, January 16.

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WASHINGTON — Police report there have been several break-ins at local businesses in Marbledale and the Washington Depot sections of town, during which money was taken from safes and cash registers.

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MIDDLEBURY — Police said Samuel Montville, Lubec Road, responded to an active warrant for his arrest on January 15.

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WOODBURY — Last week, Woodbury Police Officer John Covello issued a call for back-up for a fellow officer and the entire community responded, donating more than $56,000 as of January 10 through the crowdfunding website GoFundMe.

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SEYMOUR — Police report that on Thursday, January 9, an officer stopped Imani Simone McKenzie, 175 Edgewood St., Stratford, for failure to have the proper number of head lamps illuminated.

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SEYMOUR — According to police, on Friday, December 27, Christopher Taylor, 155 Davenport St., Bridgeport, and Stacy Taylor, 270 Bronson Rd., Southport, turned themselves in after learning that the Seymour Police Department held active arrest warrants for them after a domestic incident that o…

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SEYMOUR — According to police, on Wednesday, January 1, Brandon Rivera, 77 Oxford Pl., Southport, was verbally abusive to his mother and shoved his mother’s boyfriend to the floor in the kitchen of her home when he was asked to leave.

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MONROE – According to police, Angela Cristina Muratori-Motauerao was issued a summons for operating with a suspended license and failure to maintain lane after being stopped on Route 25 on December 18.

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SOUTHBURY —  Police report that a state Department of Transportation tow truck was attempting to make a left turn from  Main Street North northbound onto Main Street South in Southbury when the left side wing plow struck a vehicle in the driver’s side mirror.

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SEYMOUR — Police report that on Wednesday, December 11, while on the scene of a medical call, an officer identified Nicholas Dimmling, 80 Kingsbury Rd., Garden City, N.Y., as having a hard copy warrant from the town.

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SEYMOUR — According to police, on Thursday, December 5, an officer stopped Emily Morris, 315 Alexander Ave., Bridgeport.

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MIDDLEBURY – The Middlebury Police Benevolent Association will conduct a toy drive through Saturday, December 13.

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The Southbury Police Department again went above and beyond the call of duty to help the community it serves by conducting its annual Toy and Gift Drive to benefit the Southbury Needy Fund’s 2019 Holiday Gift Program for local children. Current police officers, department staff, and even a c…

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SEYMOUR — Police report that on Friday, November 29, Jacob Guzman, 148 Howard Ave., Ansonia, was taken into custody on an active warrant and charged with failure to respond to a payable violation.

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SOUTHBURY — The merchants of the Southbury Plaza have teamed up with the officers from the Southbury Police Department to organize a holiday toy drive to benefit children in need. Police officers plan to be on hand from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, November 29 and …

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SOUTHBURY — Connecticut State Trooper Sgt. John A. McDonald was charged with DUI on Tuesday, November 19, the result a car accident in late September that sent two people to the hospital.

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OXFORD — The Oxford Police Department kicked off its annual toy drive on Wednesday, November 20, with Resident Trooper Sgt. Robert Boroski leading the charge. The campaign began about 11 years ago to aid families in need in Oxford and surrounding towns, Sgt. Boroski told Voices. He said he’s…

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The town of Newtown and the Newtown Police Department marked a major milestone last Wednesday, November 20 as they broke ground at the site of their new police headquarters at 191 South Main St. When complete, the new police station will provide the department an additional 18,000 square fee…

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WOODBURY — According to police, Doreen Scarpetti, 140 Sailors Ln., Bridgeport, was slowing on Route 6 for stopped traffic at the intersection of Route 317 when she hit Stephanie Lewis, 190 Plumb Brook Rd. at 5:37 p.m. Tuesday, November 5.

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MONROE — The Monroe Police Department will host its annual Stuff-a-Cruiser event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, November 16, at Stop & Shop, 470 Monroe Tnpk.

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SEYMOUR — According to police, on Monday, October 28, an officer observed Eddy Cesar, 137 Dale St., Stamford, traveling without his rear license plate illuminated.

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SEYMOUR — According to police, on Wednesday, October 23, Jefferson Prosper, 5821 Bonnie Views, Dallas, Texas, turned himself in on an outstanding warrant.

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BETHLEHEM-WOODBURY — Region 14 Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph Olzacki and Woodbury Resident Trooper Sgt. Joseph Roden have reported that on Sunday, October 20, Region 14 administrators received a report of potential violence at one of the Region 14 schools.

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SEYMOUR —  Police report that on Friday, October 18, an officer stopped a motor vehicle in which Paul Wheeler, 13 Garden St., was a passenger.

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SEYMOUR — Police report that on Thursday, October 10, an officer stopped Robert Wagner, 205 Colonial St., Watertown, for failure to have his vehicle’s front marker plate displayed.

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SEYMOUR — Police report that on Friday, October 4, an officer stopped a vehicle on Roberts Street and found passenger Andrew Grabarz, Jr., 93 Hawthorne Ave., Derby, in possession of less than one-half-ounce of cannabis and paraphernalia. 

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SOUTHBURY — Southbury resident Grace Steenburgh, a Pomperaug High School senior and a Girl Scout Ambassador of Troop 64325, is working towards her Girl Scout Gold Award. Grace installed a Safety Exhange Zone in the Southbury Police Station parking lot for her Gold project. Her goal was to cr…

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SOUTHBURY — State Environmental Conservation Police responded to Southbury on Saturday, September 28, for a report of an incident with a black bear.

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SEYMOUR — Police report that on Thursday, September 26, Eric Acheampong, 67 Cathy Lane, Waterbury, was traveling on Route 8 without his rear license plate light illuminated.

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SEYMOUR — Police report that Shannon Morrow, 276 Caroline St., Derby, was located at French Park after hours.

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SEYMOUR — According to police, on Friday, September 13, an officer stopped Mark Freeman, 133 West St., for failing to have the proper number of head lamps illuminated.

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SEYMOUR — Police report that at approximately 6:34 p.m. Thursday, September 5, Darren Glidden, 25 Patrick Dr., traveling north on Bungay Road, failed to drive at a reasonable distance from the vehicle in front of him.

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NEWTOWN — Police report an officer performing building checks at 7:38 a.m. August 24 found anti-Semitic graffiti painted on the front and side walls of Adath Israel Synagogue, 115 Huntington Rd.

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SEYMOUR — The Seymour Police Department responded to an accident involving a motorcycle and a motor vehicle at the intersection of Route 67 and North Street at 2:17 p.m. Sunday, August 11.

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MIDDLEBURY — Police said they received a report of a stolen vehicle at 6:52 p.m. August 20.

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SEYMOUR — Residents will have the opportunity to sit down with a Seymour police officer and connect over coffee and casual conversation on Saturday morning, August 24. Coffee With a Cop will begin at 9 a.m. at the Seymour Starbucks in the Mountain Road Plaza, 253 West St., Route 67, and last…

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SEYMOUR — The Seymour Police Department seeks the public’s assistance in identifying the operator of a white SUV that may have witnessed an accident that occurred Sunday, August 11. 

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NEWTOWN — Police said Jeanne L. Cunningham, 79 Park, Apt. 403, Danbury, was westbound on Church Hill Road at 2:07 p.m. August 14, attempting to turn left into the driveway of 62 Church Hill Rd. in the left-turn-only lane.

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OXFORD — Police report that Jennie Reese of Oxford, a corrections officer at Garner Correctional Institution in Newtown, was arrested in late July for exchanging letters with an inmate, sneaking a phone to show explicit photos and making false statements.

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NEWTOWN — Police said Kristen Ann Brink, 11 Birchwood Rd., Monroe, was following Lazaro Gomez-Diaz, 20 Bassick Ave., Bridgeport, at 5:17 p.m. August 7 on South Main Street.

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SEYMOUR — According to police, June Biondi, 174 Roosevelt Dr., was picked up by the Derby Police Department on an outstanding warrant on March 17. 

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MIDDLEBURY — Police said Michael Ryan, Terryville, was operating his motorcycle while traveling east on Route 64 at 4:30 p.m. July 25.

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BETHLEHEM — Police report Tyler Palmer, 14, of Watertown, passed away due to injuries received in an all-terrain vehicle accident at approximately 4:41 p.m. Wednesday, July 17, at 276 Wood Creek Rd.