- Thursday, July 31, 2014
Traffic Signal Accident
A two-vehicle accident occurred at the four-way traffic signal that controls traffic flow at the intersection of Queen Street and the commercial driveways at 5 and 6 Queen Street at about 12:39 pm on July 22.
The collision involved motorist Louis Fico, 83, of 17 Bonnie Brae Drive, who was driving a 2005 Honda Accord sedan, and motorist Adam Schankman, 22, of 53 Mt Nebo Road, who was driving a 2001 Audi A-6 sedan, according to police.
- Thursday, July 24, 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
- Thursday, July 17, 2014
Police report an incident in which several youths used BB-gun weapons to shoot out streetlamps in the area of West Street and Roosevelt Drive at about 10:30 pm on Monday, June 30.
After responding to that area, police found that the gunfire had shattered two lenses on streetlamp fixtures.
Police are investigating the property damage and ask anyone with knowledge of the criminal mischief to contact them at the police station at 3 Main Street, telephone 203-426-5841.
- Friday, July 11, 2014
Toyota vs Object
Police said motorist Clayton Gattey, 16, of 13 Diamond Drive was driving a 2006 Toyota Corolla sedan southward on Tunnel Road, near Barnabas Road, about 10:50 pm on June 19, when the auto struck an unspecified object on the roadway. Gattey was not injured. Police took no enforcement.
Boggs Road at Sugar Street
- Wednesday, July 2, 2014
At about 2:20 pm on June 17 near the northern driveway entrance to Newtown Middle School at 11 Queen Street, stopped motorist Christine Doscher, 46, of 20 Alder Lane, who was driving a 2010 Toyota Highlander SUV, backed up and struck a stopped 2006 Honda Accord sedan driven by William Ryan, 38, of Naugatuck, police said.
There were no injuries. Police took no enforcement.
- Thursday, June 19, 2014
Hattertown Road Incident
Police report that motorist John Tracy, 18, of Bethel was driving a 2002 Subaru Legacy SUV southward near 223 Hattertown Road about 6:05 pm on May 30, when the vehicle went off the pavement and then struck a line of wooden guardposts and some guardcabling.
The accident occurred south of Hattertown Road’s intersection with Castle Meadow Road. There were no injuries.
Police report they issued Tracy a written warning for making a restricted turn.
- Thursday, May 29, 2014
Sedan Hits Pole
Motorist Michelle Rahtelli, 21, of 16 Timber Mill Road was driving a 2005 Toyota Camry sedan northward on South Main Street, near its intersection with Greenbriar Lane at about 12:52 am on May 17, when the auto went out of control, struck some guardcabling along the right road shoulder and then struck a utility pole, police said.
Rahtelli was not injured, police said. Rahtelli received a written warning for traveling too fast for conditions, according to police.
- Thursday, April 10, 2014
Crash In Snowy Conditions
During a snowstorm at about 7 am on March 31, motorist Danielle Dubow, 26, of Easton was driving a 2011 Volkswagen Tiguan SUV westward on snow-covered pavement near 24 Button Shop Road, when the vehicle slid off the road on a curve and then struck a rock and a tree, police said.
Dubow was not injured. Police took no enforcement.
Sugar Street Accident
- Thursday, April 3, 2014
Main Street Stop, Two Charges
Police said that at about 9:49 pm on March 17 they stopped motorist Handerson Flausino Desouza, 25, of Bridgeport for driving faster than the posted speed limit near 39 Main Street.
After investigating, police said they charged Desouza with traveling unreasonably fast and with driving with a suspended license.
Desouza posted $500 bail and was released for an April 2 court appearance, police said.
- Thursday, March 13, 2014
Truck Hits Truck
State police said that a state Department of Transportation (DOT) truck driver parked a 2008 International Maxforce truck owned by DOT on eastbound Interstate 84 near Exit 10 as part of a protective pattern that was formed to shield from moving traffic the DOT workers who were making some lightpost repairs in that area about 7:20 am on March 8.