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Newtown Police Log, March 11 - March 14

The defendants below are innocent unless proven guilty in court.

On Sunday, March 11, Peter Nagy, 52, of Scudder Road was ticketed for failure to drive a reasonable distance apart, restricted turn, and distracted driver, after his southbound vehicle struck another while it was waiting to turn left into 301 South Main Street. Nagy’s vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree. No injuries were reported at the scene.

Donald Kwet, 73, of Trumbull, turned himself in to Newtown Police on Monday, March 12, after police investigated a harassing phone call complaint. Kwet was charged with violating a protective order and released on $100 bond to appear March 22 in court.

Police responded to a call about spray painting at the Newtown Skate Park Monday, March 12, and arrested Paul Digrazia, 37, of Brookfield on one count of 3rd degree criminal mischief. He will appear in court March 27.

On Tuesday, March 13, Alex Lamere, 20, of Brookfield, turned himself in to Newtown police on a warrant for driving under the influence and failure to drive right stemming from a traffic accident on Dec. 18, 2011, on Obtuse Road. He was released on $100 bond and will appear in court on March 27.

Two police officers responded to a dispute on Tuesday, March 13, and charged a minor with disorderly conduct, to appear in court March 14. Due to the person’s age, the name and address were not released.

Bryan Kilmurray, 18, of Engleside Terrace lost control of his vehicle on Boggs Hill Road Road Wednesday, March 14, crossed into the opposite lane, and went off the roadway, striking a utility pole. No injuries were reported. He was arrested for reckless driving, failure to drive right and making a restricted turn, and released on $300 bond to appear in court March 28

On Wednesday, March 14 at about 5 p.m., a Honda Civic owned by Brooke Vazzano of Old Green Road parked in the library lot was struck by another vehicle, whose owner left the scene. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Newtown police.

At 9:27 a.m. on March 14, police observed Roger Eberlin, 41, of 16 Shady Rest, talking on his cell phone while driving on Queen Street. He was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under suspension and operating a motor vehicle while using and electronic device. He was released on $100 bond to appear in court March 28.

yoda March 16, 2012 at 12:02 AM
Sully, Look at the last paragraph. Ya HAPPY?
Swami March 16, 2012 at 12:30 AM
Yea, thats wonderful. Park an unmarked car in front on the Big Y and the only limit on the arrests for cell phone use would be writers cramp !

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