Day: October 26, 2018

Redding Police Department Police Activity

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A resident called to report that a vacant house that she owns on Redding Road (RT.53) was broken into, although there was damage from the entry. There was nothing taken.
Under Investigation.

Domestic Dispute / Assault on 10-20-18 .
Husband / Wife Domestic Dispute
Arrested: 35 yo male
Charge: Assault 3rd Degree  / Written Promise to Appear / Court Date: Was on 10-22-18

Crisis Intervention on 10-15-18
A 49 year male reported that he wanted harm himself. After being interviewed by officers, he was then secured in the Ambulance and then transported to Danbury Hospital E.R. for an evaluation.

Crisis Intervention om 10-20-18 on Ethan Allen Highway (RT.7)
A women staying at the Days Inn reported that her 12 year old son walked off into a wooded area behind the Inn, because he didn’t want to stay at the Inn anymore. After a brief search of the area by officers he was found unharmed.

Identity Theft / Fraud on 10-20-18.
A Ridgewood Drive resident reported being a victim of Identity Theft.
The resident received a bill for $431.84 from “King Size” Clothing Retailer.
He stated that he did not open an account with the Clothing retailer. Under Investigation

Fraud on 10-15-18.
A Wayside Road residence reported that she was scammed and sent $3600.00 via Fed-Ex Priority.
A person claiming that they were a Sergeant in a Police Dept. said that her grandson was involved in an accident causing injury to another person therefore $3600.00 was needed to bond him out of jail.
Under Investigation.

Fraud on 10-21-18.
A Foundry Road resident reported that someone stole a check and attempted to cash it for $1200.00. It was eventually declined at a bank. There is a suspect , but there are no further details at this time.
Under Investigation.

Hoffman Landscapes awarded for Excellence

Wilton, CT, October 2018 – Hoffman Landscapes is proud to announce it has been selected to receive a Gold Award of Excellence by the National Association of Landscape Professionals.

Each year, the National Association Landscape Professionals Awards of Excellence recognizes exceptional landscape, lawn care, and interior plantscape design projects from around the nation. This year,161 awards were bestowed for maintenance, design/build or contracting projects, with the highest distinction being the Gold Award.

The winning Fairfield County project was designed by Matthew Biron, one of Hoffman’s professional landscape architects. The craftsmen from Hoffman cleared and leveled the space for the backyard overhaul and built the homeowners a custom freeform pool, multiple sunning terraces, an elevated firepit, and an outdoor shower. Construction even encompassed a new back door for the house, which now opens to a quiet little “coffee patio.”

The homeowners are thrilled to be a part of this victory for the team at Hoffman. “We purchased our house with the plan to install a pool that would be a draw for family and friends,” they say. “Matt Biron created an outdoor space for us that is much more than we imagined was possible. Working with Matt and the rest of the Hoffman team has been a great experience.”

“We’re honored to be selected by our peers in the industry through the nation’s top landscape organization,” says Hoffman Landscapes president Mike Hoffman, who recently traveled to Louisville, KY to accept the award at NALP’s 2018 Expo. “Our team not only designed and constructed this project, but our maintenance department continues to care for the grounds. The homeowners have expressed interest in doing additional work in the future, so we look forward to seeing the property evolve!”

About Hoffman Landscapes Inc.
Hoffman Landscapes’ award-winning team has been recognized many times for outstanding landscape design and maintenance during its 30+ years in business. The company specializes in landscape architecture and outdoor construction as well as complete property maintenance for lawns, planting beds, gardens, trees, and shrubs. Hoffman Landscapes serves Fairfield and Litchfield counties in Connecticut and Westchester County in New York. To find out more, call 203-834-9656 or visit

About NALP
The National Association of Landscape Professionals represents an industry that employs nearly 1 million landscape, lawn care, irrigation and tree care professionals who create and maintain healthy green spaces for the benefit of society and the environment. For more information about caring for your lawn or landscape, visit

For more information about the Awards of Excellence, click here.


Chipman Mazzucco welcomes new attorneys Changes name to Chipman Mazzucco Emerson

left to right: Frank Scinto, Dick Emerson, Jim Flaherty, Thomas Rickart

The Chipman Mazzucco law firm in Danbury announces the addition of four attorneys.  Richard L. Emerson, Thomas J. Rickart, and James J. Flaherty, Jr., will become members of the firm, and Frank J. Scinto will become of counsel, as of October 22, 2018.  Ward J. Mazzucco, a founding member of the firm and a Redding resident, said, “We are honored to be working with them.  They are all seasoned practitioners with first rate experience.”

Dick Emerson served as Probate Judge in Redding for more than 30 years and practices primarily in estate planning, probate, and business law.  The firm name will change to Chipman Mazzucco Emerson LLC.

Commercial real estate and lending law will continue to be the focus of Tom Rickart.  He works primarily with real estate developers, banks, and businesses throughout Western Connecticut.

Jim Flaherty will maintain the firm’s office in Southbury, where he has handled trusts and estates and succession planning for individuals and businesses for many years.

Frank Scinto will divide his time between the Danbury and Southbury offices, where he will concentrate on land use, litigation, and business.

Ward Mazzucco observed that, “This expansion will enable us to offer greater depth, continuity, and expertise to our combined client base.  For us and for our clients this is a very positive development.”

Chipman Mazzucco Emerson LLC is an 11 lawyer firm engaged in these principal areas of practice: business law; civil litigation; commercial real estate and land use; and estate planning, estate administration, and elder law.