Posts Tagged ‘ Police ’

Man arrested on burglary and credit card theft charges

June 13, 2013
By

Police have charged a Southington man with burglary and larceny charges after he allegedly stole a credit card and used it without permission. Southington police issued an arrest warrant for David Kirychuk, 27, with a last known address if 19 Whitlock Avenue. Kirychuk was charged with third degree burglary, fourth degree larceny, credit card theft,…

Read more »

Water main break causing traffic concerns on Route 10, near High Street

May 21, 2013
By

The Southington Police Department is telling residents to expect traffic delays at the intersection of North Main Street (Route 10) and High Street due to a water main break. Police are making every effort to keep two lanes of traffic flowing through the area; however there may be periods of alternating traffic and/or traffic delays.…

Read more »

Police fish for leads to track down missing lobster

May 8, 2013
By

The Southington Police Department is fishing for leads in the disappearance of a decorative lobster statue from the front parking area of the Gulf Shrimp Company on Atwater Street. The five and a half foot fiberglass lobster, which weighs about 200 pounds, was reported missing on Tuesday, May 7. Police said the statue was likely…

Read more »

Plainville man wanted in deadly Southington hit and run

May 3, 2013
By

The Southington Police Department has an arrest warrant for a Plainville man in connection with the fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred on Queen Street in Southington on February 12. The warrant charges Edward Fascendini, 46, of Plainville, with misconduct with a motor vehicle and three counts of evading responsibility. Police allege that on February…

Read more »

Police seek public’s help with reported sexual assault

April 22, 2013
By

The Southington Police Department is looking for the public’s help to track down a man that reportedly sexually assaulted a woman. On April 19, an adult female came to the Southington Police Department to report being sexually assaulted. The woman, who was not identified, stated that on April 18, at approximately 10 p.m., she was…

Read more »

Bristol man in serious condition following early morning crash

April 17, 2013
By

*Update April 16 The Southington Police Department was informed that Michael Carlone of Bristol,  died at St. Mary’s Hospital as a result of injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident on April 10. No further details were released due to the active nature of this investigation. The accident is being investigated by the Southington Police…

Read more »

Opening the charter; Commission formed by party vote

March 27, 2013
By

By Ed Harris Editor The Town Council has decided to open the charter, establishing a new Charter Revision Commission, following a strict party line vote Monday night. All six Republicans voted in favor of the commission, while the Council’s three Democrats voted against it. Five people were named to the commission, three Republicans and two…

Read more »

Starbucks reopens following early morning bomb threat

March 22, 2013
By

By Ed Harris   The Starbucks on Queen Street is back open, following an early morning bomb threat. Police responded to Starbucks just before 8 a.m., following a telephone threat. Five employees and 20 customers were evacuated from the premises. “The threat was they were going to blow up the establishment,” said Police Spokesman Sgt.…

Read more »

Police make push to highlight its special needs database

March 10, 2013
By

By Ed Harris Editor The Southington Police Department is making a renewed push to sign people up for its special needs registry database. The registry began implementation in Dec. 2011 and currently has 80 participants. The database contains information that will assist emergency responders in providing services to residents who have special needs. The database…

Read more »

Storm cleanup is a slow process

February 13, 2013
By
Storm cleanup is a slow process

By Rob Glidden Staff Writer Southington residents and officials spent several days trying to dig the town out from over two feet of snow left behind by a historic blizzard that overwhelmed the state on Friday evening. Governor Dannel Malloy declared a state of emergency in Connecticut at noon on Friday, when the snow was…

Read more »