Police Reports | May 27-June 15, 2020
Surrender On Warrant
Kenneth Kinsley, 49, of Newtown, went to Newtown Police Department on June 15 to turn himself in on a warrant, according to police reports.
Following processing, Kinsley was charged with failure to appear. He was released on bond and issued a court date of June 17 at Waterbury Superior Court.
A two-vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of South Main Street and Swamp Road on June 13 at approximately 12:30 pm.
A 2001 Toyota Avalon XL/XLS operated by Ryan McIntyre, 22, of Sandy Hook, was stopped on Swamp Road at the intersection of South Main, according to police reports.
A 1999 Honda CR-V EX operated by Ross Carley, 75, of Newtown, was traveling northbound on South Main, when the Toyota entered the intersection to turn left. The front of the Honda made contact with the driver’s side of the Toyota, causing damage to both vehicles. There were no injuries reported.
Both vehicles were towed from the scene. Both drivers were wearing seatbelts. The airbag in the Honda deployed because of the collision.
McIntyre was issued an infraction ticket for failure to grant right of way at a stop sign.
A 2017 Cadillac Escalade being operated by Anderson Dozza, 42, of White Plains, N.Y., was towing a metal Triton trailer southbound on Obtuse Road on June 12, around 10:39 pm, when the vehicle failed to negotiate a curve.
The Escalade traveled off the roadway before striking a utility pole with its right front bumper. It continued off the roadway, striking a stone catch basin with its right front wheel, then struck the mailbox for 27 Obtuse Road, before coming to rest in the driveway of 27 Obtuse Road.
The trailer being towed, which was carrying a Yamaha WaveRunner watercraft, turned onto its left side in the process of the accident.
No injuries were reported. Dozza was issued an infraction for making a restricted turn.
On June 11 at approximately 11:20 pm, Newtown police were conducting business checks in the area of 6 Queen Street. Businesses were closed at that time, and police observed vehicles parked in the lot of Queen Street Shopping Center and people walking around.
Upon investigation, police arrested Zachary Krajewski, 26, of Monroe, for violation of probation warrant. The original charge was interfering with an officer, in 2018.
Krajewski was transported to Newtown Police Department, where he was processed. He was released from police custody after posting a $500 bond. He was given a court date of August 18.
Theft From CVS
Newtown police are investigating a larceny that occurred on May 27 at approximately 4:15 pm at CVS, 6 Queen Street.
Two males went into the store and stole multiple cosmetic items. Both males were wearing face masks.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Officer Stephanie McDermott at 203-426-5841.