155 Incident Reports Logged

8 9-1-1 Error / Transfer

3 Accidents

8 Aided Cases

23 Alarm / Fire Calls

8 Animal Calls

15 Assistance / All Other / K9 Assist

2 Consults With An Officer

0 Criminal Mischief / Property Damage

0 Dumping / Littering

5 Erratic Drivers Reported

4 Fingerprints

0 Juvenile Assistance

1 Larceny / Theft Offense

0 Motor Vehicle Theft

3 Motor Vehicle Stops

4 Permits Issued

6 Programmed Patrol / Selective Enforcement

3 Property (Found-lost-released)

3 Scam (Call-electronic-mail) / Fraud Offense / Id Theft

10 School Detail

2 Supplemental Reports

10 Suspicious (Activity – Motor Vehicle – Person)

0 Traffic Complaint

15 Town-utility-state Property

3 Vacant House / Welfare Check


1 Misdemeanor Summons/Criminal Arrests

0 Infractions

2 Written Warnings1 Verbal Warnings


The Easton Police received a 911 call Nov. 11 at approximately 1:12 p.m. from a driver who reported she had been following a white Ford SUV westerly on Center Road. The caller reported the vehicle was “all over the road” and that the operator pulled over momentarily and then continued westerly toward Morehouse Road.

The officer dispatched to the area observed the white SUV in question approach the stop sign at the intersection. The SUV took a wide right-hand turn onto Morehouse Road, going completely into the southbound lane of Morehouse Road while making the turn, according to the report.  After stopping the motor vehicle, the officer asked the driver, identified as Dayan Haddad, 52, of Easton for her license and registration. 

When asked by the officer if she had been drinking, she said she had not. It was discovered Haddad’s license was suspended on Aug. 20. She later admitted to drinking vodka prior to being pulled over, police said. She was scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 23 for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, driving under suspension, improper turn, and failure to comply with fingerprinting and booking photo.

Haddad was previously arrested by the Connecticut State Police on May 22 for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and following too close with an accident, according to the report. The next court date for that arrest is Jan. 5, 2021.

These are allegations. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.

The Easton Police Department is located at 700 Morehouse Road, Easton, CT 06612, 203-268-4111, EastonCT.gov.

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