Day: July 3, 2018

Easton Police Activity Log Week 06/18/18 – 06/24/18

Total Calls:  190 Suspicious MV 8
Accident 5 Suspicious Person 2
Aided/EMS 7 Suspicious Activity 1
Alarm 17 Criminal Arrest 0
Animal Control 20 MV Stop 14
Fire Call 1 Misdemeanor Summons 2
Assist other Police Dept. 2 Infraction 8
SCAM Report 3 Written Warning 12
Parking Violation 0 Verbal Warning 1

On June 19, 2018 a FedEx driver reported being bitten by a dog while delivering a package to a customer on Fawn Road.  The dog was placed in a 14 day quarantine.

On June 20, 2018 a landscaper reported seeing a Bobcat on Old Sow Road at approximately 8:45 AM.

On June 21, 2018 Mr. John Kizildag of Trumbull was given a Misdemeanor Summons with a court date of 7/2/18 for Public Indecency and Breach of Peace after being observed by a passerby, nude in the middle of Everett Road.

4 Infractions were given over the weekend for Possession of Alcohol by a Minor.

ALARM USE FEE
July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019
Due and payable on or before July 1, 2018

In accordance with the Town Ordinance pertaining to Alarm Systems, each permit holder shall pay to the Town of Easton Police Dept. on or before July 1st of each year, a RENEWAL “Use Fee” in the amount of $20.00. A NEW alarm registration is $25.00.

If there are any changes or additions to your current contact information, please submit these changes on the registration form online or contact our department.

You may pay online at www.eastonctpolice.com/community-info/alarms/ or you may send a check payable to: Town of Easton Police Dept., 700 Morehouse Rd, Easton, CT 06612.  If you have any questions please call the dept. at 203-268-4111.

(Enforcement action can and will be taken for unpaid renewal or unregistered alarm)

Contentious fence is approved

Planning and Zoning has unanimously approved the Route 136 fence that neighbors wanted removed. The fence does need to be lowered to 6 feet over the natural grade. Neighbors measured the fence to be 8 feet in some places.

The 350 foot fence was erected without the proper permits and is partially over a floodplain.

Leslie Stone, the owner claimed they did not know they needed a permit and applied after the fact. Stone said the lowering of the fence’s height could be completed quickly.

Defiant Navin gets 55 years for killing parents

By Daniel Tepfer (this article appeared in the CT Post)

Photo: Ned Gerard / Hearst Connecticut Media
BRIDGEPORT – Facing a sentence of 55 years for fatally shooting his mother and father, Kyle Navin defiantly told a judge Friday, “I don’t want to be a show pony for the media,” when asked if he had anything to say

“It’s disgraceful and disgusting, everything from the beginning on my behalf,” Navin added.

His lawyer, Eugene Riccio, later explained that his client’s comments were addressed to the throng of news media that filled the jury box in the courtroom and not a show of a lack of remorse for the crimes which he had pleaded guilty to.

“Kyle Navin has always accepted responsibility for his actions and conduct,” Riccio said.

The 29-year-old Navin had pleaded guilty to two counts of murder as the trial was to begin before a 12-member jury for allegedly fatally shooting his parents, Jeffrey and Jeannette Navin, on Aug. 4, 2015.

The Navins had operated J&J Refuse, a garbage company in Easton. Kyle Navin, who worked for the company, was a heroin addict and wasn’t taking his job seriously despite the constant complaints of his parents, according to court documents. They were going to sell the business and leave him with nothing.

In the morning of Aug. 4, Kyle Navin shot his mother twice in the chest with his .40-caliber handgun as she sat next to him in the garbage truck. A couple of hours later, he shot his father to death with the same gun in his Bridgeport home. The remains of both bodies were found under some debris in a Weston yard two months later.