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Police Log

On 3-19-19 at approx. 9:30 AM, an arrest warrant was served at Danbury Court, Marshal’s holding facility
This was the result stemming from a motor cycle crash that occurred on Route 7 near the Country Diner on 11-6-15 at 10:30 PM.
After the investigation an arrest warrant was granted by the court on 2-10-16.
The court had notified this department that the accused was appearing, as he has been incarcerated for other charges not related to Redding.
Arrested : Tripp Tyler DOB: 7-30-86 (32)  North Salem Road Ridgefield, Ct.
Charges : Evading Responsibility / Improper Lane Change / Operating a Motor Cycle W/O am Endorsement.
Remained detained at the court pending transfer back to correction’s.
MV Stop  3-23-19 on Route 58 near Silversmith Lane.
Operator : Terrence Kham DOB: 8-14-97 (21) Park Place Danbury, Ct.
Misdemeanor Summons issued for speed 82 MPH in a posted 40 MPH zone.
court date: 4-4-19 in Danbury.

MV Crash / Old Redding Road on 3-20-19.
Operator : Luis Montesdeoca DOB: 3-18-58 (61 ) South Street Danbury,Ct.  was driving southbound on Route 53 making a left turn onto Umpawaug Road, lost control and struck a guardrail and then drove away.
A short time later he was stopped on Old Redding Road. There were no injuries.
Montesdeoca was issued a Misdemeanor Summons for Evading Responsibility.
court date : 4-5-19 in Danbury.

Fraud / Identity Theft on 3-19-19.
A Picketts Ridge Road resident reported that someone had changed his bank account password and email address. Also there were then two transactions on it for $ 9,980.00 ( Total $ 19,960.00)
The bank had reimbursed the money to a new account for the victim.
Under Investigation.

Great Park Pursuit 2019

CT State Parks Family Adventure
Registration OPEN Friday March 29, 2019
When: Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 10:00 AM EDT -to- Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 3:00 PM EDT
Where: Event starts at Chatfield Hollow State Park 381 Route 80 (park entrance) Killingworth, CT 06419

Dear Families and Teams:

Don’t forget to register for the 14th Annual Great Park Pursuit – 2019 CT State Parks Family Adventure.  

We hope you can join us to discover many of the fabulous CT State Parks and Forests and the wonderful outdoor recreational opportunities they provide.  You will establish new friendships and create new memories along the way.  

Looking forward to seeing everyone at the kick-off event on Saturday May 11, 2019 for FREE Family Fishing Day at Chatfield Hollow State Park in Killingworth, CT. 

Kristen Bellantuono, No Child Left Inside® Coordinator
860-424-3200 REGISTER HERE

Pasta Time

Scouts BSA Troop 15 Serves up Famous Annual Spaghetti Dinner at West Redding Firehouse on Saturday May 4, 2019 from 4:45 – 8:00pm
Enjoy the best deal in town… Spaghetti, salad, rolls, beverages and home made deserts served along with great company and conversation at West Redding’s Fire Truck Trattoria.  This decades long tradition constitutes the one and only annual fundraising event for Troop 15.

Every year, Troop 15 seeks support in achieving their mission to serve the community, learn life skills and embrace rewarding adventures.

The Troop 15 legacy of community service and Eagle Scout projects can be witnessed throughout town.  Recent highlights include obtaining driveway measurements for Redding Fire Department safety management, graveling the Redding garden path and adding park benches along the way, entrance landscaping at Topstone Park and platform construction at New Pond Farm.  Scouts manage registration tables and hand out water during the Turkey Trot, lend helping hands at the Annual West Redding Fire Department Steak and Chicken Dinner and, for more than a decade, have replaced grave flags to honor local veterans on Memorial Day weekend.  In fact, town officials estimate that over the years, the Troop has provided more than $300,000 of value to the Town of Redding.

Redding’s robust program and roster of outings and adventures attract Scouts from nearby and outlying towns.  The Troop boasts over one hundred Scouts earning the BSA’s highest achievement, Eagle Scout, with an Eagle conversion rate typically doubling that of the national average.

Troop 15 is ready to serve you and invites you to purchase your tickets today.

For tickets or more information about the Troop, please contact Lenore Pranzo or Amy Morris


$9 Adults, $8 Seniors and 12 and under

$10 at the door

West Redding Firehouse
306 Umpawaug Road, West Redding