Neighborhood alerts recorded a series of car break-ins in town. Vehicles were entered in the overnight hours on April 24 and 25 in the area south of Center Road down to the Merritt Parkway. One vehicle owner reported that “two young men took the car and credit cards.”
Prior to The Center for Family Justice’s 10th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event, Easton Police Chief Richard Doyle was honored at CFJ’s 11th Annual Breakfast & Award Ceremony on April 8. Deborah A. Greenwood, CFJ’s president and CEO, presented the award.
For the first time since 2019, hundreds of walkers are expected to join The Center for Family Justice for its 10th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes when it returns as an in-person event in downtown Fairfield on Saturday, April 23.
The Easton Police Department has issued another weather storm warning Friday night through Saturday. Rain, sleet, snow and winds are forecast. As always, Police Chief Richard Doyle cautions residents to stay off the roads if possible.
In a press release issued today from Easton Police Chief Richard Doyle, the test kit distribution scheduled for tomorrow, Dec. 30 at Samuel Staples Elementary School has been canceled. Gov. Ned Lamont indicated that there were shipping and warehouse delays outside of the state’s Continue reading “Covid-19 Test Kit Distribution Canceled”→
In recognition of the second day of National Police Week, the Easton Police Department held an awards ceremony to honor three police officers, two dispatchers and one civilian for their exemplary actions involving two different incidents. The ceremony was held on Monday, May 10.