Redding Emergency Services

Have you seen these men?

The Redding Police Department is looking to speak these three individuals regarding an incident that occurred at the Ridgefield, Connecticut Stop and shop.  Two of the males were seen driving in a red newer model CRV with New York plates. Anyone with any information please contact Ofc. Livingston at 203-938-3400 or mlivingston@rpdct.us and reference Case #18-3680.


Officer Alcott arrested

Redding Police Officer Ryan Alcott was arrested for disorderly conduct after a May 9 domestic disturbance. He was released with a promise to appear in court.

Officer Alcott has been placed on administrative duty while the case is being investigated. Until that time, he has also turned in his service revolver and any other weapons as per court order.

The case is still under investigation. More information will be shared when it becomes available.

Police News

Identity Theft: A Dayton Road resident reported that someone had stolen her social security number and opened up a T-Mobile account, the total loss was $548.36
still under investigation.

Identity Theft: A Redding Road resident reported that her father gave his debit card information to a women, claiming she was from Publishers Clearinghouse.
At this time there was no financial loss, Under Investigation.

Fraud: A Huckleberry Road resident reported that someone attempted to access information from her mothers checking account.
No loss reported at this time. Under Investigation

Lost-Recovered Item: A motorist found a set of keys on Route 53 and turned them into the P.D.