WOODBURY — Police report Maria Del Andrade-Solis, 107 Housatonic Ave., New Milford, and a passenger were traveling east at 1:18 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, on Route 317.

Karen J. Dewey, 61 Old Grassy Hill Rd., Woodbury, and a passenger were exiting the town office complex and crossing Main Street South as Ms. Andrade-Solis attempted to make a left turn on Main Street South.

She struck Ms. Dewey’s vehicle.

Ms. Andrade-Solis was issued a verbal warning for an improper turn and an infraction for operating a motor vehicle without a license.

WOODBURY — Police are investigating a complaint for a violation of a court order of protection.

The complaint was made at 3:10 p.m. Thursday, May 23.

WOODBURY — According to police, Stephen M. Throckmorton, 26 White Birch Dr., Southbury, was traveling east at 8:55 a.m. Friday, May 24, on Route 6.

Antonia Maria Ortiz, 77 Hubbell Ave., Oakville, and a passenger were traveling west on Route 6.

Mr. Throckmorton attempted a left turn onto Flanders Road, crossed the center line and struck Ms. Ortiz’s vehicle.

Mr. Throckmorton was propelled, uncontrolled, into another vehicle driven by Peter J. Mastroianni, 56 Woodland Ln.

Mr. Throckmorton and Mr. Mastroianni reported no injuries. Ms. Ortiz and her passenger sustained non-life threatening injuries and were transported to Waterbury Hospital.

Mr. Throckmorton was issued an infraction for failure to grant right of way at an intersection.

WOODBURY — Police report Shelby Elizabeth Henderson-Griffiths, 11251 SW St., Miami, Fla., was traveling east at 8:41 p.m. Sunday, May 26, on Route 6.

Harvey W. Catlin, 72 Raymond St., Waterbury, traveling south on Route 61, slowed or stopped at the stop sign of Route 61 and Route 6.

Mr. Catlin attempted to cross Quassapaug Road and struck Ms. Henderson-Griffiths’ vehicle.

Mr. Catlin was warned for failure to grant the right of way and unsafe movement from a stopped position.

WOODBURY — Police are investigating a larceny complaint that occurred sometime before 10:45 a.m. Tuesday, May 28, at Shell Food Mart, 24 Main St. North.

Police ask anyone with information regarding the incident call 203-263-3400.

WOODBURY — According to police, David Marshall, 35 Hazel Plain Rd., was traveling south at 12:23 p.m. Wednesday, May 29, on Main Street South.

David Torres, 77a North Main St., was traveling north on Main Street South.

Mr. Torres traveled through the intersection with Sherman Hill Road while Mr. Marshall attempted to turn left onto Sherman Hill Road. Mr. Torres struck Mr. Marshall’s vehicle.

Police report the traffic light was green for both lanes.

Mr. Marshall was issued a written warning for failure to grant the right of way.

NEWTOWN — Police said Andre H. Jaeger, 78 Hattertown Rd., was stopped at a red traffic control signal at 9:47 a.m. May 22 at the intersection of Meadow Brook Road and South Main Street.

Mr. Jaeger was stopped behind Heather Kranyik Hull, 22 Mount Nebo Rd.

When he reversed, his vehicle struck Ms. Hull’s vehicle. He told police he had moved back to accommodate a semi-trailer that was turning from South Main Street onto Meadow Brook Road.

No injuries were reported on scene.

NEWTOWN — Police report Sarah Michele Payne, 39 Tunnel Rd., was southbound on Berkshire Road at 7:42 a.m. May 23, traveling behind Sara Louise Brant, 236 Lakemere Dr., Southbury.

Donna M. Lorenz, 6 Wedgewood Ct., was traveling ahead of Ms. Brant.

When all vehicles slowed for traffic, Ms. Payne’s vehicle struck Ms. Brant’s vehicle, which struck Ms. Lorenz’ vehicle.

No injuries were reported on scene.

Police issued Ms. Payne a verbal warning for failure to drive a reasonable distance apart.

NEWTOWN — According to police, they responded to a report of domestic violence on May 27.

After a brief investigation, they arrested Sattie Persaud, 8 Mountain Manor Rd., Sandy Hook, and her brother, Avinash Indapersaud.

Both persons were charged with disorderly conduct and released on a promise to appear in court on May 28.

NEWTOWN — Police said they were dispatched at 6:28 a.m. May 27 to 4 Brandywine Lane to investigate a report of a suspicious vehicle.

After checking the area, police located a grey sedan occupied by Kristen Whelan, 10 Settlers Ln.

They determined there were outstanding warrants for Ms. Whelan’s arrest; the warrants stemmed from incidents that took place in Southington and Ansonia.

Police arrested her on two counts of failure to appear with a court set bond of $10,000.

NEWTOWN — Police report that Collins Michael Verstegen, 2 Hemlock Rd., was observed by an employee of Caraluzzi’s Supermarket at 10:47 a.m. May 21.

After a brief investigation, police confirmed the employee’s statement that Mr. Verstegen took at least one item without paying for it and destroyed another by placing it in a garbage can in the store restroom.

Police located and arrested Mr. Verstegen and charged him with sixth degree larceny, releasing him the next day on a $1,000 bond with a court date of June 4.

NEWTOWN — According to police, a key fob for a Mercedes-Benz automobile was found on the Fairfield Hills campus.

Anyone who has information regarding this item is asked to call Officer Mulhall at the Newtown Police Department, 203-426-5841.

NEWTOWN — Police said Kimberly A. Bepko, 23 Pine Tree Hill Rd., was northbound on Nunnawauk Road at 7:48 a.m. May 23.

Olivia Cavallero, 4 Jacobs Ln., was moving behind Ms. Bepko.

As Ms. Bepko was waiting in traffic to turn onto Wasserman Way, Ms. Cavallero’s vehicle rolled forward and the two vehicles made contact.

She received a written warning for failure to drive a reasonable distance apart.

NEWTOWN — Police report Philip L. Pierce, 30 Huntingtown Rd., was stopped in the southbound travel lane of South Main Street at 2:24 May 23.

As he was waiting to make a left turn onto Pecks Lane, Henry Lopez-Cepero, 60 Toddy Hill Rd., Sandy Hook, followed Mr. Pierce and attempted to swerve to avoid a collision but was unsuccessful.

No injuries were reported on scene.

Police issued Mr. Lopez-Cepero a verbal warning for following too closely.

NEWTOWN — According to police, they observed Konstantinos Kolitsas, 23 Acorn St., Waterbury, failing to stay in his lane multiple times at 12:02 a.m. May 24 on South Main Street.

After a brief investigation, police determined he was under the influence of alcohol.

Police arrested him and charged him with failure to drive right and operating under the influence.

Mr. Kolitsas was released on a $100 bond with a court date of June 7.

NEWTOWN — Police said Bruce J. Dutton, 3 Cherry St., Sandy Hook, was attempting to turn his vehicle and reverse into his driveway at 10:04 a.m. May 26.

His vehicle had a mechanical issue and Mr. Dutton lost control of it.

The vehicle crossed the road and struck a fence at 4 Cherry St.

No injuries were reported on scene and police charged him with unsafe movement from a stopped vehicle.

NEWTOWN — Police report Molly Rose Calderara, 10 Silver City Rd., was northbound on Key Rock Road at 5:41 p.m. May 23.

Diane R. Iorfino, One Wedgewood Ct., was stopped at the intersection of Key Rock Road and Sugar Street.

The front bumper of Ms. Calderara’s vehicle struck the rear bumper of Ms. Iorfino’s vehicle.

Police issued Ms. Calderara an infraction for operating an unregistered vehicle and a verbal warning for following too closely.

NEWTOWN — According to police, they arrested Phillip John Hickey, 21 Castle Meadow Rd., at his home on May 28 in response to a warrant for his arrest.

The warrant stemmed from a motor vehicle accident. Police charged him with driving under the influence, evading the scene of a collision, failure to drive right, operating with a suspended license, and possession of less than one half ounce of marijuana.

Police released him on a promise to appear in court on June 18.

NEWTOWN — Police responded to a report of a suspicious male at 12:56 a.m. May 21 on Concord Ridge Road.

The report included the sound of breaking glass and yelling.

Police located Jason Rossiter, P.O. Box 26, Roxbury, and, following a brief investigation, charged him with criminal trespass and criminal mischief.

Mr. Rossiter was transported to Danbury Hospital for evaluation.

Police found Mr. Rossiter’s vehicle on Hanover Road. It had left the road through a stone wall and struck a tree.

They further charged Mr. Rossiter with failure to maintain lane and evading responsibility.

NEWTOWN — Police report Erik Cobuzzi, 9 Nicoles Ct., Brookfield, was northbound on Berkshire Road at 7:39 a.m. May 21.

Grace Amelia Bianco, 21 Paugussett Rd., Sandy Hook, was traveling ahead Mr. Cobuzzi and, as she stopped for traffic ahead, the vehicles collided.

No injuries were reported.

Police issued a verbal warning to Mr. Cobuzzi for failure to drive a reasonable distance apart.

NEWTOWN — Police said Michael R. Paradise, 224 Lonetown Rd., West Redding, was westbound on Church Hill Road at 6:36 p.m. May 29.

Police observed an individual exit the passenger seat of the vehicle at the flagpole.

They recognized Mr. Paradise and arrested him in response to several outstanding warrants.

After a brief investigation, they found 15 bags of powdered heroin on Mr. Paradise’s person.

He was held on a $23,000 bond with a court date of May 30.

NEWTOWN — According to police, Heather Lynn Leary, 40 Hickory Rd., Guilford, and Joseph C. Ferro, 22 Ledgewood Dr., Brookfield, were southbound on South Main Street and stopped for traffic at the intersection with Mile Hill Road at 6:38 a.m. May 25.

Brittney Dawn Stout, 33 Greenknoll Dr., Brookfield, was also moving south and failed to stop in time to avoid a collision with the vehicles driven by Ms. Leary and Mr. Ferro.

 

Ms. Stout received an infraction for following too closely.

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