• Police Reports, November 9-17, 2015

    DUI Incident

    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.

  • Police Reports, October 30-November 9, 2015

    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.”

  • Police Reports August 15-September 2, 2015

    Interstate Crash

    While traveling east on Interstate 84 at about 6:35 pm on August 27, motorist Roger Mavrides, 59, of Canton, Mass., who was driving a 2010 BMW, struck the rear end of a 2005 Mercedes-Benz driven by Lauren Henson, 27, of Southbury, state police said. There were no injuries. Mavrides received an infraction for failure to drive a reasonable distance apart, state police said.


    SUV Hits Guardcabling

  • Police Reports, May 23-June 23, 2015

    DUI Incident

    Police report that at about 6 pm on June 22, they received a report that a motorist who was driving a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV in a commercial parking lot on Queen Street, had backed into a parked unoccupied 2013 Lexus GS-350 sedan, damaging the Lexus, and then drove away from the scene.

    Police said they investigated the complaint and then located the Jeep’s driver, Linda Sorensen, 67, of 40 Greenleaf Farms Road, at her home.

  • Police Reports, May 30-June 6, 2015

    DUI Incident

    Police report that at about 3:15 am on June 6, they discovered damage to a utility pole located near 97 South Main Street, indicating to them that a driver had struck the pole and then left the scene of the accident.

  • Police Reports, May 20-27, 2015

    DUI Incident

    Police report that at about 9:30 pm on May 22, they stopped motorist Suzanne Cinicolo, 61, of 111 Hanover Road on South Main Street, near its intersection with Sugar Street, to investigate.

    Police said that after investigating, they charged Cinicolo with driving under the influence and with failure to illuminate headlamps.

    After processing, police released Cinicolo on $100 bail for a June 9 appearance in Danbury Superior Court.

  • Police Reports, December 23, 2014-January 5, 2015

    Reckless Driving

    After learning that Newtown Police held a warrant for his arrest, Brian Riguzzi, 39, of Wappingers Falls, N.Y., turned himself over to police at the police station about 12:30 pm on January 3 and was charged with reckless driving and with failure to drive to the right in connection with an auto accident that occurred on September 20, police said.

  • Police Reports, December 4-13, 2014

    Multiple Charges

    Police report a violent incident at a home on Eden Hill Road near the Easton town line on the night of December 11.

    Police said that Abner Soares, 25, of Danbury, while armed with a baseball bat, went to the home of his ex-girlfriend and then smashed in a window there, gained entrance to the house and then smashed apart a glass coffee table within.

  • Police Reports | August 28-September 10, 2014

    False ID

    While conducting surveillance of town liquor stores, local officers observed Jake Thomas Behan, 19, arriving at the Rooster Wine & Liquor store at 113 South Main Street operating a vehicle without a front marker plate. They then observed Behan exiting the store with a 12-pack of beer and stopped him to investigate.

  • Police Reports | July 8-22, 2014

    Life Vest Found

    Police report that on July 8 on Hanover Road, a person found a Kidder-brand life vest designed for a female.

    Anyone missing such a flotation device may contact Officer William Crone at the police station at 3 Main Street, telephone 203-426-5841, to claim it.


    Oakview Road Accident