Easton Police Log August 23– August 29

148 Incident Reports Logged

14        9-1-1 Error / Transfer

  1        Accidents

  9        Aided Cases

14        Alarm / Fire Calls

12        Animal Calls

10        Assistance / All Other/ K9 Assist

  1           Burglary

  2        Consults With An Officer

0          Criminal Mischief / Property Damage

0          Dumping / Littering

4          Erratic Driver Reported

16        Fingerprints

0          Juvenile Assistance

2          Larceny / Theft Offense

0          Motor Vehicle Theft

3          Motor Vehicle Stops

4          Permits Issued Construction/Pistol / Solicitor Temporary

7          Programmed Patrol / Selective Enforcement

0          Property (Found-Lost-Released)

0          Scam (Call-Electronic-Mail) / Fraud Offense / ID Theft

0          School Detail

5          Supplemental Reports

9          Suspicious (Activity – Motor Vehicle – Person)

1          Traffic Complaint

12        Town-Utility-State Property

4          Vacant House / Welfare Check


3          Misdemeanor Summons/Criminal Arrests

2          Infractions

2          Written Warnings

1          Verbal Warnings

Misdemeanor Summons

A passerby reported two individuals putting kayaks into the reservoir on Route 58 on Wednesday, Aug. 25, at approximately 6 p.m. When an Easton Police Officer arrived, an Aquarion Officer was issuing infractions for trespass, having already issued a warning a half hour earlier.

The Easton police officer determined that one of the trespassers, Michael W. Rabineau, 26, of Stratford, was also in violation of an active protective order, and his companion was the protected person identified in the order. Rabineau was given a misdemeanor summons and a court date of Aug. 26. After posting an $80 cash bond, he was released, police said.

Violation of Protective Order

A victim contacted the Easton Police Department on Saturday, Aug. 28, with video footage of the offender verbally and attempting to physically attack the victim. The alleged offender, Yesenia Leon, of Easton was charged with violation of an active protective order, police said. Leon was ordered to appear in court on Aug. 30. She was released after posting a $100 bond.


James A. Kelly, 43, of Stratford, was issued a misdemeanor summons for harassment in the second degree on Saturday, Aug. 28 after contacting the victim, despite repeated requests by both the victim and an officer. He was given a court date of Sept. 7 and released on a promise to appear in court, police said.

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.