New Officer Joins Easton PD

John Asik, who previously served in the Bridgeport Police Department for 5 years, was sworn in by Easton Police Commissioner Richard J. Colangelo on Sept. 15.

Asik, 45, a longtime resident of Milford, graduated from Joseph A. Foran High School. He received a nursing diploma from Continue reading “New Officer Joins Easton PD”

Police Officer Rescues Five Dogs from House Fire

An Easton Police Officer rescued five dogs from a house fire Thursday night on Morning Glory Drive, police said.

Police were alerted to the fire when they received a 911 call on Aug. 25 at about 10 p.m. from a Morning Glory Drive resident that their kitchen was on fire and they Continue reading “Police Officer Rescues Five Dogs from House Fire”

Police Respond to Report of Dead Animal in River

Easton Police on Aug. 21 said they responded to a call of a dead sheep in the river near South Park Avenue and Buck Hill Road.

An investigation conducted by Easton Police along with the state Department of Agriculture and the State of CT DEEP determined that the animal was an Continue reading “Police Respond to Report of Dead Animal in River”

The 13th CFE Farm Tour Brought Good Luck

Thirteen is a lucky number. Following an extended period of hot weather, cool breezes wafted through the Samuel Staples pavilion making conditions ideal for the nine local farms to create special events and to share their wares. There were animals to see, products to sample and special Continue reading “The 13th CFE Farm Tour Brought Good Luck”

The Easton Police Department – 85 Years of History

The Historical Society of Easton presentsEd Knight & Oscar Svihra – The First 40 Years.

When we first published a post about the Easton Police Department celebrating its 85th anniversary this year, some folks asked me what means of law enforcement existed in Easton prior to Continue reading “The Easton Police Department – 85 Years of History”

Easton Police Officer Luis Rodriguez Receives Letter of Meritorious Service

Easton Police Chief Richard Doyle issued a commendation letter dated June 22, 2022 to officer Luis Rodriguez resulting from an incident on June 19. Rodriguez was on patrol on Route 59 at 9:47 p.m. when he observed a suspicious vehicle and followed at a distance until the driver together Continue reading “Easton Police Officer Luis Rodriguez Receives Letter of Meritorious Service”

Message From the Easton Police Department–Alarm Systems Registration

RE: CHAPTER 226. ALARM SYSTEMS

New Alarm Systems:

The form for NEW alarm registrations is available at www.eastonct.gov under Government >Police) and the fee of $25 is due. (The link to the form can be found here: https://www.eastonct.gov/police/pages/alarm-registration.)

In Continue reading “Message From the Easton Police Department–Alarm Systems Registration”

1 Injured in Early Morning House Fire

At 7:34 a.m. on Tuesday the Easton 911 Center received a call from a person stating that their house at 15 Hayes Street was on fire and that people were still inside the house.

The Easton 911 Center immediately alerted the Easton Volunteer Fire Department as well as the Easton Continue reading “1 Injured in Early Morning House Fire”

Easton Police Log March 28 – April 3, 2022

Misdemeanor Arrest

A Westport resident, 25, crashed into the front window of Greiser’s Coffee & Market on the morning of Friday, April 1, at around 8:20 a.m. According to police, the driver stated that he had depressed the accelerator of his vehicle believing that it was in Continue reading “Easton Police Log March 28 – April 3, 2022”

More Gloomy Weather Predicted Saturday

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 the event of a power outage, residents are Continue reading “More Gloomy Weather Predicted Saturday”

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