NEWTOWN — Police said they were dispatched at 12:20 a.m. April 26 to Danbury to take custody of Logan Bruckner, 271 Four Brooks Rd., Stamford, from Danbury police and transport him to the Newtown police station in response to an arrest warrant.

They charged him with home invasion, first degree robbery, sixth degree larceny and conspiracy to commit home invasion in reference to an incident that took place on October 25, 2018.

Police held Mr. Buckner on a $250,000 bond with a court date of April 27.

NEWTOWN — According to police, Matthew Ryan Lindell, 67 Christian Rd., Middlebury, was westbound at 2:41 p.m. April 23 on Church Hill Road.

As he slowed to make a left turn into the driveway of 30 Church Hill Rd., Brenda A. White, 3 Seymour Ave., Seymour, was following him and was unable to stop in time to avoid a collision.

Police issued a verbal warning to Ms. White for traveling an unreasonable distance apart.

NEWTOWN — Police said Jairo Isaac Rosas-Diaz, 20 Fairfield Ave., Danbury, came to a stop while traveling west at 3:24 p.m. April 23 on Nunnawauk Meadows.

Jake Christopher Holme, 20 Boggs Hill Rd., was traveling behind Mr. Rosas-Diaz. The two vehicles collided, moving Mr. Rosas-Diaz’s vehicle into the eastbound lane.

Police issued Mr. Holme an infraction for traveling an unreasonable distance apart and an infraction to Mr. Rosas-Diaz for operating a motor vehicle without a license.

NEWTOWN — Police report Michael F. Boyle, 44 Watkins Dr., Sandy Hook, was eastbound at 2:45 p.m. April 22 on Oak View Road.

He stopped at the stop sign at the intersection with Berkshire Road and then began a left turn.

Gabriel Peter Locke, 81 Riverside Rd., Sandy Hook, was southbound on Berkshire Road and slowed to turn right onto Oak View Road.

The two vehicles collided.

Mr. Boyle told police that a non-contact vehicle was off the road in the southbound lane, blocking his view.

No injuries were reported on scene.

Police issued Mr. Boyle a verbal warning for failure to grant right of way at a stop sign.

NEWTOWN — According to police, Brian David Hayes, 48 Copper Square Dr., Bethel, was moving west at 10:35 a.m. April 24 on Mount Pleasant Road.

Carlos R. Baculima, 18-½ Montgomery, Danbury, was eastbound on the same road.

As Mr. Baculima started to turn left to enter 164 Mount Pleasant Rd., the two vehicles made contact.

No injuries were reported on scene.

Police issued an infraction to Mr. Baculima for making a restricted turn.

NEWTOWN — Police said they responded on April 29 to a complaint of a possible unwanted person on the premises of the former McGuire’s Ale House, 130 Mount Pleasant Rd.

After a brief investigation, police allege that William Jacobs, homeless, had forced his way into the former restaurant where he was hiding.

They also allege that he had damaged property, was in possession of items that belonged to the building owner and was carrying a hatchet.

He was charged with first degree burglary, two counts of second-degree criminal trespass, second degree criminal mischief, possession of a dangerous weapon and sixth degree larceny.

Mr. Jacobs was released on a $5,000 non-surety bond with a court date of July 1.

SEYMOUR — The Seymour Fire Department was called to an animal rescue at 7:29 a.m. Monday, April 27, to an area on South Main Street.

Metro-North workers working on a train bridge adjacent to the Naugatuck River found a German Shepherd inside of a canal off of the Naugatuck Rover with walls 10 to 12 feet high.

Fire Department personnel with the assistance of Animal Control, Seymour Police and Seymour EMS entered the water by laddar in cold water suits and were able to snare the dog and remove her from the water. She was reunited with her family and taken to a vet for examination.

One firefighter was bitten during the rescue. Two other firefighter who entered the water were transported to the hospital fpr evaluation. All are well.

NEWTOWN — Police said Robert Manfredonia, Waterbury, reported to the Newtown police station at 10:06 a.m. April 13, in response to an active warrant for his arrest.

Police charged him with second degree sexual assault, risk of injury to a child and illegal sale of liquor to a minor before releasing him on a $50,000 court-set bond with a court date of July 1.

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