SEYMOUR — According to police, on Monday, October 28, an officer observed Eddy Cesar, 137 Dale St., Stamford, traveling without his rear license plate illuminated.
The officer stopped the vehicle. Investigation revealed that Mr. Cesar’s license was suspended.
The officer issued him a summons for illegal operation of a motor vehicle under suspension and improper rear/marker lamps and gave him a court date of November 8 at Derby Superior Court.
SEYMOUR — Police report that on Sunday, October 27, an officer observed Nicholas Cedrone, 485 Jane St., Bridgeport, fail to stop at a stop sign.
The officer issued Mr. Cedrone an infraction for failure to obey a stop sign and gave him an answer date of November 8.
SEYMOUR — According to police, on Saturday, October 26, an officer stopped Joshua Wilson, 10 Summer Hill Rd., for failure to have his vehicle’s rear driver side lamp illuminated.
Upon investigation, the officer found Mr. Wilson in possession of alcohol while underage.
The officer issued him an infraction for improper rear/marker lamps and possession of alcohol by a minor on a public street and gave him an answer date of November 8.
SEYMOUR — Police report that on Saturday, October 26, Shajuana Rainey, 36 Chatfield St., was involved in a verbal argument outside of her apartment.
During the argument, the victim went inside and locked the exterior door to the apartment.
Ms. Rainey shattered the apartment window with her fist while still yelling at the victim.
Police arrested Ms. Rainey, charged her with breach of peace in the second degree and gave her a court date of October 28 at Derby Superior Court.
SEYMOUR — According to police, on Saturday, October 26, an officer observed Jose Angel Santiago, 400 Congress Ave., Waterbury, operating a motor vehicle on Main Street without its lights illuminated.
The officer stopped the vehicle and, upon investigation, found that Mr. Santiago had a suspended Massachusetts license and a non-driver Connecticut I.D. card.
The officer issued Mr. Santiago an infraction for operating a motor vehicle without a license and gave him an answer date of November 8.
SEYMOUR — Police report that on Friday, October 25, Tiffany Marshall, 40 West Prospect St., New Haven, turned herself in on an out-of-town warrant for unsafe passing on the left side and evading responsibility/property damage.
Police booked and processed Ms. Marshall and released her on a promise to appear on November 6 at Derby Superior Court.
SEYMOUR — According to police, on Friday, October 25, an officer observed Francisco Zapata-Trinidad, 28 Elmwood St., Naugatuck, operating a motor vehicle with no front registration plate.
The officer stopped the vehicle. An check revealed that Mr. Zapata-Trinidad was operating the motor vehicle with a suspended license and possessed less than one-half ounce of marijuana.
The officer issued Mr. Zapata-Trinidad a misdemeanor summons for illegal operation of a motor vehicle under suspension, failure to display lights/inserts and possession of less than one-half ounce of cannabis.
He gave him a court date of November 8 at Derby Superior Court.
SEYMOUR — Police report that on Thursday, October 24, an officer stopped John Petryshyn, Jr., 16 Cold Spring Rd., Oxford, for failure to have his vehicle’s number plate illuminated.
Upon investigation, the officer found that Mr. Petryshyn had a suspended license.
The officer arrested Mr. Petryshyn for illegal operation of a motor vehicle under suspension and improper rear/marker lamps and gave him a court date of November 8 at Derby Superior Court.
SEYMOUR — According to police, on Tuesday, October 22, a shopper at Stop & Shop saw Constantine Fasnakis, 26 Ridge St., Milford, leave the store with a cart full of groceries without paying for them.
Officers arrived on the scene and arrested, booked and processed Mr. Fasnakis for larceny in the sixth degree.
Police released Mr. Fasnakis on a promise to appear on Tuesday, November 5, at Derby Superior Court.
WOODBURY — Police reported a northbound vehicle rear-ended a vehicle stopped at a traffic light on Main Street South at around 1:45 p.m.
Kimberly Bertram, 57, 131 Triangle St., Danbury, said she took her eyes off the road when slowing down for the traffic light when she hit Susan Hardisty, 56, 193 Main St. North, Bethlehem, who was stopped at the light.
According to police, nobody was injured and both vehicles were driven from the scene.
Ms. Bertram was given a verbal warning for following too closely.
WOODBURY — According to police, Paul Singley, 38, 34 Woodside Dr., Naugatuck, was arrested at around 10:15 p.m. Saturday, October 5, for a violation of making an improper turn and operating under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
He was released on a $1,000 non-surety bond. His court date was Wednesday, October 16.
Mr. Singley was waiting to turn right onto Sherman Hill Road from Main Street South from an improper lane when he hit a vehicle traveling north on Main Street South.
WOODBURY — According to police, Christopher Hollon was arrested at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, October 1, for reckless driving, interfering with an officer, resisting arrest, reckless endangerment in the first degree and more.
He was held for court on a $50,000 bond and was remanded back into the custody of the state Department of Corrections after it was realized that he is a parolee and wearing a GPS device for prior convictions.
Mr. Hollon was observed popping wheelies on his motorcycle, then pulled into the Evergreen Restaurant and was confronted by police.
Police reported that Mr. Hollon attempted to flee with police holding onto the vehicle. He was stopped and arrested.
WOODBURY — According to police, Ramos Rodriguez, 29, 31 Vine St., was turning his vehicle when it backed into a utility pole located on South Pomperaug Avenue around 11:30 a.m. Monday, September 30.
Police reported the accident caused multiple business and homes to lose power.
There were no injuries. Mr. Rodriguez was issued a warning.
SOUTHBURY — On Saturday, October 19, at 5:34 p.m., Southbury police were dispatched to Krueger Circle in Heritage Village for an active disturbance.
After a brief investigation Michael Aiken, 52, 76 Sikorsky Place, Stratford, was arrested on foot and charged with disorderly conduct and violation of a protective order.
He was released on $5,000 surety bond and was to appear at Waterbury Superior Court on October 21.
SOUTHBURY — On Monday, October 7, police were dispatched to the area of Kettletown Road and Stonegate Drive on reports of intersection grafitti.
It was discovered that multipal roads in the area had been marked.
Anyone with information is asked to call Southbury Police at 203-264-5912.
MONROE – Richard F. Gosnell, 55, was charged with disorderly conduct and breach of peace following an incident October 25 at 470 Monroe Turnpike, according to police records.
MONROE – Thursday’s storm brought down trees in several parts of Monroe, shutting down some roads temporarily until the road could be cleared or power crews could repair damaged wires.
Road closures included a section of Route 111 between Old Zoar Road and Bagburn Hill Road. Crews were still working on that section Friday afternoon, and the road was expected to remain closed, at least through the evening commute.
Monroe Public Schools had a 90-minute delayed start as a result of the road closures and power outages.
SOUTHBURY — On October 6 at 3:01 a.m., state troopers responded to a two-car motor vehicle accident on I-84 westbound and after a brief investigation arrested Joseph J. Fiorini, 55, of Newtown for driving under the influence.
Mr. Fiorini was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs/alcohol and following too closely.
He was taken into custody and released with a $500 non-surety bond.
His court date is Thursday, November 14 at Waterbury Superior Court.
SOUTHBURY — Officer Steven Vichiola responded to Old Waterbury Road for a complaint of an assault on October 19.
Byron Giron-Gregorio, 40, of Queens, N.Y., was arrested for disorderly conduct and assault in the third degree.
After an investigation, Officer Vichiola learned of a physical altercation at the residence between Mr. Giron and Juan Gonzalez, who was also charged with assault. Both parties were transported to the hospital for injuries.
Mr. Giron’s court date is Thursday, November 14, at the Waterbury Superior Court.
SOUTHBURY — Betsey H. Halliman, 68, of Lakeville was arrested on September 25 in Heritage Village and charged with failure to appear in the second degree to Torrington Superior Court.
She was transported and processed and was held on a $1,000 surety bond. She is set to appear in Torrington Superior Court on December 3.
SOUTHBURY — Police report Almando Aponte, 35, of Waterbury was arrested in October 8 for larceny in the fifth degree after allegedly items from the Southbury Stop & Shop.
He was charged with conspiracy to commit larceny and has not entered a plea. His court date was Tuesday, November 4.
SOUTHBURY — Dylan M. Fluman, 31, of Southbury turned himself in to police on Saturday, October 26, for an active warrant for his arrest and was charged with driving under the influence and failure to drive right.
He was released on a $1,000 non-surety bond. He is set to appear in Waterbury Superior Court Wednesday, November 6.
SOUTHBURY — Matthew Iseppi, 45, of Southbury was arrested at his home on Sunday, October 27, for an active warrant from Hartford Superior Court for failure to appear in the second degree.
Mr. Iseppi was released on a $5,000 surety bond and is set to appear at Hartford Superior Court Thursday, November 7.
NEWTOWN — Police said a pair of black sunglasses in a brown case were found at 5 p.m. October 25 near Mount Pleasant and Hawleyville Roads.
Anyone with information on this item is asked to contact the Newtown Police Department at 203-270-4255.
NEWTOWN — Police report they stopped a motor vehicle at 7:41 p.m. October 27 on Church Hill Road.
After a brief investigation, they arrested Celio Vales, 6 Gayridge Rd., Waterbury, and charged her with operating under the influence and failure to drive in the proper lane.
Police released her on a $100 bond with a court date of November 12.
NEWTOWN — According to police, they performed a traffic stop at 7:14 p.m. October 25 on Toddy Hill Road.
They allege David Santiago, 106 Farrington Ave., Waterbury, was in possession of marijuana and Oxycodone pills for which he did not have a prescription.
Police arrested Mr. Santiago and charge him with improper rear marker lamps and possession of a controlled substance.
They released him on a promise to appear in court on November 12.
NEWTOWN — Police said Kathleen Gale Deroin, 4 Brookview Ct., Bethel, was westbound on Mount Pleasant Road at 5:33 p.m. October 28.
David Kim Caldwell, 45 Skyline Dr., Danbury, was following Ms. Deroin and in front of Sadie E. Madson, 245 North 42nd St., Grand Forks, N.D.
When Ms. Deroin slowed to turn right into a parking lot, Ms. Madson’s vehicle struck Mr. Caldwell’s vehicle, which then struck Ms. Deroin’s vehicle.
Police issued an infraction to Ms. Madson for failure to maintain a reasonable distance apart.
NEWTOWN — Police report Maly Sheklow, 230 Meadow St., Shelton, was moving east at 5:39 p.m. October 28 on Berkshire Road.
When she stopped for traffic, Seneca Kim Schultz, 360 Fountain St., New Haven, was unable to stop in time to avoid a collision.
Police issued Ms. Schultz a written warning for following too closely.
NEWTOWN — According to police, Tamara L. Wilson, 221 Guinea Rd., Monroe, was moving south at 3:49 p.m. October 28 on South Main Street.
When she came to a stop to make a left on Swamp Road, Sy Inthavong, 55 Kenyon St., Stratford, did not stop in time to avoid a collision.
Police issued Mr. Inthavong an infraction for following too closely.
No injuries were reported on scene.
NEWTOWN — Police said Olivia Rose Renkert, 6 Golden Pond Rd., was stopped on Toddy Hill Road at 5:25 p.m. October 28, waiting to make a left turn.
Katherine A. Peck, 114 State St., Bridgeport, was following Ms. Renkert and the two vehicles made contact.
Police issued Ms. Peck an infraction for following too closely.
NEWTOWN — Police report they received a report of an erratic driver at 9:06 p.m. October 25 on Berkshire Road.
After a brief investigation, they located the operator, Danielle E. Boccher, 72 Riverside Rd., Sandy Hook, at her residence. She was sitting in her vehicle.
Police conducted a field sobriety test and then arrested Ms. Boccher, charging her with driving under the influence.
They released her on a $100 cash bond with a court date of November 12.
NEWTOWN — According to police, James P. Doris, 189 Hattertown Rd., was westbound at 4:51 p.m. October 24 on Hattertown Road.
As he came to a stop behind vehicles, Wendy Content, 96 Wheeler Ave., Bridgeport, was unable to stop in time to avoid a collision.
No injuries were reported on scene.
Police issued an infraction to Ms. Content for failure to drive a reasonable distance apart.
NEWTOWN — Police said Ava Noelle Roberts, 6 Whippoorwhill Hill Rd., was southbound on South Main Street at 4:32 p.m. October 24.
Helen Jane Zekala, 63 Mist Hill Rd., New Milford, was northbound on the same road and, as Ms. Roberts turned left, the two vehicles collided.
Ms. Zekala was transported to the hospital for treatment and Ms. Roberts received an infraction for making a restricted turn.
NEWTOWN — Police report Alex J. Valentine, 13 Turkey Hill Rd., told them that he was eastbound on Turkey Hill Road at 2:31 a.m. October 23 when his vehicle left the road.
His vehicles truck the stone wall at his residence and Mr. Valentine was transported to Danbury Hospital for evaluation.
Police issued him a verbal warning for making a restricted turn.
NEWTOWN — According to police, Kirsten Paulette Fitzgerald, 96 Walnut Tree Hill, Sandy Hook, was backing out of a parking space at 55 Great Hill Road at 5:06 p.m. October 26.
The vehicle struck a unoccupied, parked vehicle.
No injuries were reported on scene.
NEWTOWN — Police said Caitlyn A. Hracs, 48 Bailey St., Trumbull, was southbound at 3:09 p.m. October 24 on Main Street.
Ledia Doci, 17 Old Farm Rd., Oxford, was moving north and stopped to make a left turn on West Street.
A non-contact vehicle yielded right of way to Ms. Doci and she began her turn.
Ms. Hracs passed the non-contact vehicle on the right and her vehicle struck Ms. Doci’s vehicle.
No injuries were reported on scene.
Ms. Hracs received a verbal warning for passing on the right.
NEWTOWN — Police report Jacob S. Schwartz, 17 Sweet Meadow Rd., was attempting to turn from the driveway of 35 Sugar St. as William John Schulz, 91 Sunset Ridge, Southbury, was eastbound on Sugar Street at 5:19 p.m. October 24.
The two vehicles struck each other.
No injuries were reported on scene.
Police issued Mr. Schwartz a verbal warning for failure to grant right of way from a driveway.