Antique Silverware & Mountain Bike Reported Stolen in Woodbury

Reported thefts and car accidents comprise today's Woodbury police blotter.


Guard Rails Struck, Infraction Issued

Robert H. Donaldson II, 28, of 1 Walter Rd., Seymour, was issued an infraction for improper turning after a 9:23 a.m. Saturday, July 28, car accident on Main Street North. According to Woodbury police, Donaldson was northbound on Main Street North, approximately 2/10 of a mile south of Quanopaug Trail, when he reportedly ran off the road and struck the guard rails.

His car was towed from the scene. Officer Jody Rockhill investigated.

Sideswipe Results in Two Cars Towed

Ryan Barry, 29, of 74 Scuppo Rd., Woodbury, was issued a mail-in infraction ticket and a written warning for operating with unsafe tires and failure to grant one half of the highway, after a two-vehicle accident took place around 7:19 p.m. Friday, July 27, on Scuppo Road.

Also involved was Courtney Kemmerer, 18, of 12 Ridgeview Rd., Southbury. There were no reported injuries.

According to police, Barry was eastbound on Scuppo Road, while Kemmerer was westbound. Barry reportedly sideswiped Kemmerer's car as they were passing in opposite directions. Both cars were towed from the scene. Police stated Barry was at fault for traveling too fast for conditions.

Officer Frans Dielemans investigated.

Stolen: One Mountain Bike

Steven Hochmuth of 345 Main St. South filed a report of theft on Monday, July 23. He said a mountain bike was stolen from the back porch of his home. Anyone with information may call the Woodbury Police Department at 203-263-3400. Officer George Romano investigated.

Antique Silverware Stolen

On Saturday, July 21, Carolyn Laskas of 20 Main St. South reported antique silverware stolen from her home. Officer Jody Rockhill investigated.


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