Police Reports | June 26-30, 2020
Police report that during the overnight hours of June 29-30, unknown individuals stole a black 2017 Mazda CX5 from a residence on Canterbury Lane, Sandy Hook, marker plate AK58405.
Reports were also received of other vehicles being entered and rummaged through in other parts of town. Police ask that residents remove car keys, valuables, and lock cars.
Arrested On Warrant
Samuel Montville, 51, of Newtown, turned himself in at Newtown Police Department on June 29 on an outstanding warrant.
Montville was charged with one count of Offering To Make Home Improvements Without A Current Certificate of Registration. The warrant had been issued by the attorney general’s office, stemming from an incident that occurred on May 30, 2019.
Montville was processed and then released on a promise to appear in court on July 22.
Evading Truck Destroys Mailbox
Newtown Police are investigating a motor vehicle evading collision that occurred on June 28 around 9 pm.
Police state a yellow Penske-style truck backed into the mailbox of the residence at 1 South Main Street. The mailbox and its post including reflectors was destroyed, and there was damage to the lawn in the immediate area. The truck did not remain on scene.
The truck was being operated by a male driver. The truck had a Virginia license plate, 33743K.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Officer Felicia Figol, 203-426-5841.
A small brown leather-bound notebook was found at approximately 7:45 am, Friday, June 26, in the area of Taunton Hill Road and Saw Mill Road, after which it was turned in to the police department.
The owner may claim the notebook by calling the department, 203-426-5841.