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Columbia-Hebron Police Logs March 22-April 8, 2011

April 11, 2011 Local News 1 Comment


On Tuesday, March 22, 2011, a Columbia resident reported that he discovered his laptop computer was missing from his residence when he returned home. There was no forced entry. The case is under investigation. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Trooper First Class Arigno, #888, at Troop K.

On Saturday, March 26, 2011, a resident reported that a vehicle struck a tree on the front lawn of 12 Chesbro Bridge Road, Columbia, CT. The driver then left the scene without providing his/her information for the owner of the other vehicle. Anyone with information should contact Troop K.

On Thursday, March 31, 2011, Derek Santalucia, 39, of 21 Pine St., Columbia, CT was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and failure to drive (on the) right.

On Saturday, April 2, 2011, Andrew Benken, 49, of 41 Carver Lane, Hebron, CT was arrested for disorderly conduct.

On Saturday, April 2, 2011, Shaun Mcgarty, 34, of 87 Main St., East Hampton, CT was issued a ticket for failure to drive (on the) right and traveling too fast for conditions after a one-car accident involving a rollover on West St., Hebron, CT. No injuries were reported.

On Saturday, April 2, 2011, Kevin Beaumont, 41, of 117 Pine St., Columbia and Kristian Cwikla, 21, or Lebanon, CT were both issued tickets for unsafe backing after getting into an accident on Hunt Road, Columbia, CT. No injuries were reported.

On Saturday, April 2, 2011, Marissa Sousa, 17, or 24 Crouch Road, Amston section of Hebron, CT was issued a written warning for traveling too fast for conditions that resulted in a one-car crash on Route 354 near Lake Hayward Road in Colchester, CT.

On Sunday, April 3, 2011, police report that sometime after 3 p.m. the utility box owned by CL&P attached to the bathroom building at Burnt Hill Park in Hebron, CT was damaged with a rock. Anyone with any knowledge of this incident, please contact Trooper First Class Sevigny at (860) 537-7500.

On Monday, April 4, 2011, Benjamin Keller, 19, of 650 Gilead St., Hebron, CT turned himself in to Troop K on a warrant issued for his arrest following an investigation by the Hebron Resident Troopers Office. He was charged with first-degree criminal mischief and trespass.

On Wednesday, April 6, 2011, Mary Deeter, 46, of 102 Wellswood Lane, Amston section of Hebron, CT was issued a ticket for following too closely, which resulted in a three-car accident on Route 66 in Hebron, CT. Diana Wursthorn, 34, of 30 Burrows Hill Road, Amston section of Hebron, CT was traveling on Route 66 and Kathleen Allen, 51, of Marlborough, CT was traveling in the opposite direction on Route 66. Ms. Deeter’s vehicle was behind Ms. Wursthorn. As Ms.Wursthorn was slowing to turn left onto Burrows Hill Road, Ms. Deeter struck the rear of her vehicle and then sideswiped Ms. Allen’s vehicle in the on-coming lane, thus causing a three-car collision. Ms. Allen and Ms. Deeter were transported to Marlborough Health Center by ambulance for complaints of back and neck pain. Route 66 was closed for approximately 20 minutes.

Posted April 11, 2011

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  1. Michael says:

    HAHAHA…. yeah, Trooper Sevigny, you find out who threw that rock… just like you defended a guy who most likey vandalized my car by throwing white paint all over it. You were so full of shit when you mentioned you wanted to hear my side of the story. Still have that email, and printed copy, of you stating so. Happy New Year, you piece of shit! =) Hope Colchester has financial cuts and you lose your job… or you get shot during a shooting. Won’t bother me at all, just like it didn’t bother you.

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