Engagement Ring Found in Parking Lot, Juvenile Violates Probation

The following arrest information was supplied by the Newtown Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.


Jay McDougall, 40, of Newtown, was arrested on an outstanding warrant and charged with failure to appear on Sunday, Sept. 30 at approximately 8:57 a.m.

According to police, the warrant was issued for a previous incident of operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license and traveling unreasonably fast. McDougall was released on $1,500 cash bond and is scheduled to appear in Danbury Superior Court on Oct. 15.


A diamond engagement ring with nine diamonds was reported found in the parking lot of Caraluzzi's Markets, 5 Queen St. in Newtown, on Sunday, Sept. 30.

According to police, the band contains the initials “CG” and a date of “1994”. The owner can contact the Newtown Police Department at 203-270-4255.


A maroon Shimano mountain bike was reported found on Platts Hill Road in Newtown on Thursday, Sept. 27. The owner can contact the Newtown Police Department.


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A juvenile offender turned themselves in to the Newtown Police Department after learning of an outstanding warrant for their arrest on Friday, Sept. 28.

According to police, the warrant was for violating probation from a previous case. The juvenile was released from custody to a parent after posting $500 cash bond and is scheduled to appear in Danbury Superior Court on Oct. 11.

Jackie zVon October 02, 2012 at 12:43 PM
OK ... the engagement ring. Wouldn't it make more sense not to make the details public, and have the owner give details in order to identify and claim it?
DawnV October 03, 2012 at 07:14 PM
Exactly what I was thinking...


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