Easton Police Release Lengthy Incident Log
The Easton Police Department logged 491 incident reports from April 13 to May 17.
34 9-1-1 ERROR / TRANSFER
36 AIDED CASE
37/14 ALARM / FIRE CALL
43 ASSISTANCE, ALL OTHER / K9 ASSIST
7 CONSULT WITH AN OFFICER
0 CRIMINAL MISCHIEF / PROPERTY DAMAGE
7 DUMPING / LITTERING
1 ERRATIC DRIVER REPORTED
2 JUVENILE ASSISTANCE
17 LARCENY / THEFT OFFENSE
1 MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
7 MOTOR VEHICLE STOP
20/1 PROGRAMMED PATROL / SELECTIVE ENFORCEMENT
3 SCAM (call-electronic-mail) / FRAUD OFFENSE
0 SCHOOL DETAIL
16 SUPPLEMENTAL REPORTS
34 SUSPICIOUS (ACTIVITY- MOTOR VEHICLE-PERSON)
2 TRAFFIC COMPLAINT
0 VACANT HOUSE / WELFARE CHECK
Misdemeanor Summons/Criminal Arrests 3
Written Warnings 2
Verbal Warnings 8
John Zachary Naber
25 Westwood Drive
John Zachary Naber, 35, turned himself in to Easton police on May 13 after learning the department held a warrant for his arrest.
Easton officers had been dispatched March 19 to 25 Westwood Drive on a medical call. In plain view to officers on the scene, there were illegal narcotics and substances, paraphernalia often related to dealing narcotics, and several firearms and ammunition, police said.
Naber is a convicted felon from a previous incident and unable to possess ammunition, police said. On May 4, an arrest warrant was signed with a $150,000 bond.
Naber was arraigned in court on May 13 for the following charges:
• Possession of large capacity magazine 4 counts
• Criminal possession of a pistol 3 counts
• Possession of a firearm 2 counts
• Criminal possession of ammunition
• Possession of drug paraphernalia
• Possession of a controlled substance
• Possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell
Thomas Matthew Sutton
2900 Main Street
Thomas Matthew Sutton, 22, turned himself in to the Easton Police Department on May 1 after learning there was a warrant for his arrest for violating a protection order from an incident in 2019.
The victim contacted the Easton Police Department after Sutton had sent her messages via Facebook Messenger, police said. He admitted to sending the messages because he missed her, police said. He was given a court date of May 4 and was released on a promise to appear for the following charge:
• Criminal Violation of a Standing Protective Order
The Easton Police Department is located at 700 Morehouse Road Easton, CT 06612, 203-268-4111, EastonCT.gov.