- Thursday, August 27, 2015
Police report an accident involving a school bus in Sandy Hook Center at about 7:15 am on Thursday, August 27, which was the first day of school.
Police said motorist Jared Fiala, 18, of 49 Main Street was driving a 1995 Mazda Miata two-seat convertible sports car eastward on Church Hill Road near the Sandy Hook Diner, when the right side of the Mazda struck the left rear section of a parked All-Star Transportation school bus. The school bus was unoccupied, police said.
- Thursday, May 14, 2015
Fire Truck Accident
A town-owned fire truck used by the Botsford Fire Rescue Company, Inc, and a passenger vehicle were involved in an accident midday on May 8 at the intersection of South Main Street, Botsford Hill Road, and Meadowbrook Road, police said. The fire truck was not on an emergency call, police said.
- Friday, November 21, 2014
Mt Pleasant DUI
Police report that at about 10:30 pm on November 13, they stopped motorist Kathryn Casas, 37, of Danbury for making a motor vehicle violation on Mt Pleasant Road, near its intersection with Susan Lane.
After investigating, police charged Casas with driving under the influence and with failure to drive in the proper lane.
Following processing, police released Casas on $1,000 bail for a November 26 arraignment on the charges in Danbury Superior Court.
- Thursday, August 15, 2013
Police report that a local man died early Thursday morning from injuries he received late Wednesday night in a one-car accident that occurred on Brushy Hill Road, about 1,000 feet south of its intersection with Platts Hill Road.
Police said that motorist Gregory Layda, 45, of Mt Nebo Road was driving a four-door 1997 Subaru Impreza compact car northward on Brushy Hill Road at about 10:12 pm on Wednesday.
- Monday, July 29, 2013Shortly after noon Monday, police and emergency crews responded to Berkshire Road in the area of the Misty Vale Deli for a motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival responders and police found a single vehicle had hit and snapped a utility pole, which caused subsequent power loss and fluctuations to homes in the area.