Police Athletic League
- Category: Community
- Published on Wednesday, 11 January 2012 16:23
- Written by Dave Dushok
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On Saturday, January 18th at approximately 6:10pm, a shoplifting/robbery occurred at Bob’s Store, 889 Post Rd.
A male and female rode bicycles to the store where they proceeded to steal $180.00 in merchandise. When confronted by an employee in the parking lot, the male suspect began fighting with the employee and threatened to shoot him. Both subjects fled.
The female, Lourdes Rodriguez-Deets was arrested a short distance away, however, her male accomplice “Tony” escaped.
Police would like to identify the subject in the picture, who live/frequent the Kossuth St area of Bridgeport.
If anyone can identify the subject please contact the Detective Bureau at 203-254-4840, or send an Anonymous Text a Tip to: 274637.
Armed Robbery 7 Eleven Store 3232 Post Rd
On Friday, November 8th, 2013 at 00:14, the 7-11 Store at 257 Reef Road was robbed by a male with a shotgun. He demanded money and left without incident. Anyone with information should contact the Fairfield Police Detective Bureau at 203-254-4800.
Sunday, September 1st, 2013 at 4:07 pm
Fairfield Police are attempting to identify the women pictured below. She was involved in a Breach of Peace incident inside the Fairfield University Book Store 1499 Post Road Fairfield, CT 06824.
The suspect is described as a white female, 55-60 years of age with reddish brown hair. She entered the store from the front doors on the Post Road carrying several books and went directly to the cashier’s desk.
Anyone with information should contact the Fairfield Police Detective Bureau at 203-254-4800.
Annoymous tips can be sent directily through our website "Text a Tip" icon accessed on the main page.
The subject pictured above was immediatly identified by a member of the community after his picture was aired on several media outlets. We want to thank the people that are committed to assisting police in "Making Fairfield Safer"
On 6/22/2013, between 1300hrs - 1400hrs, a vehicle was broken into while parked at TJ Maxx, 425 Tunxis Hill Cutoff. Taken were bags of merchandise the complainant purchased at other stores.
A short time later, the male pictured below, attempted to return the items for cash at a business in the 3900 block of Main Street, Bridgeport, claiming to be the victims husband.
He was described as a white male with a weathered complexion, age 35 – 45, with short dark hair. He was wearing denim shorts, black shoes/boots, and a black T-shirt with a distinctive, decorative logo that spelled "GOD" on the front.
Theft from Vehicles
At 01:45 hours on 3/13/13, a white male with short dark hair wearing a baseball cap, carrying a backpack, a shoulder bag and a large skateboard approached the passenger side of an unlocked vehicle which was parked in the driveway.
The individual entered the vehicle first through an unlocked front passenger door and then an unlocked driver door. The individual rummaged through the vehicle for several seconds and then walked off towards New England Ave. (east) where he is observed trying to open the doors of other vehicles.
Assorted change and a dart set taken.
Incident Purse theft
Location ShopRite Supermarket Black Rock Tpke
Date of Incident December 2012
The Fairfield Police Department Detective Bureau is investigating a purse snatching that occurred on 12/21/2012, at approximately 4:00pm, at Shop Rite, Black Rock Tpke. The victim was an 86 year old woman.
The victim stated she was in the frozen food aisle when she was approached by a man who asked her some questions about frozen dinners. When she turned around to answer him, she momentarily turned away from her purse, which was in her shopping cart. When she eventually went to pay for her groceries, she discovered her wallet missing from her purse. She believes the subject purposely distracted her while someone else stole her wallet.
She described the man as black, approximately 5'8", slender, 30's-40's, w/ glasses, and a beard/mustache. He was also wearing a dark hat / dark clothing.
Investigators reviewed store videotapes and determined the male described above was working in conjunction with a female, black, approximately 5'7", heavyset, 30's-40's, with long curly brown hair pulled back with a dark headband. She was wearing a brown leather coat.
The two moved about the store separately, each pushing a shopping cart with merchandise. The video clearly shows the male distracting the victim while the female suspect steals the wallet (Theft itself not depicted on YouTube). The female suspect then quickly thumbs through the victim’s wallet before hiding it in her own purse. Both suspects then abandon their shopping carts and flee the store without making any purchases.
We are attempting to identify the subjects involved and are asking citizens to review the pictures.
Location Apricot Boutique 1499 Post Road
Date of Incident October 2012
On September 21st, two Hispanic females entered Apricot Lane Boutique located at 1499 Post Road in Fairfield. The women entered the store with large bags and at separate times. One women continuously distracted sales people as the other stole 18 pairs of women’s jeans with a total loss of $3,114. The sales person recognized these two women as they were responsible for a nearly similar incident at the store 6 months prior. Please see photos attached. Any agencies with similar incidents or if you recognize the women depicted please call the Fairfield Police Detective Bureau at 203-254-4840. Reference Case # 12-30033.
|Location||Florence Ln, Redding Rd, Sturges Hwy (Westport) and Easton PD|
|Date of Incident||10/12 - 10/15|
Summary: Several residential burglary investigations, in the north end of Fairfield are pending they appear to be related to crimes in Westport and Easton on the same day.
Suspect description: White male, with dirty blond hair operating a silver pick up truck.
Residents should call the Emergency Communications Center at 203 254-4800 with reports of suspicious activity.
|Location||CVS (multiple stores|
|Date of Incident||August 2012|
During the month of August numerous CVS stores in town experienced the theft of "high end" Shampoo, losing approximately $800.00 in merchandise per incident. Suspect is a heavy set W/M with dark hair. In the video he is wearing glasses which may or may not be part of a disguise. Also, he MAY have a "sleeve" type tattoo on his right arm.
On 8/24 at approx 3:30pm, suspect arrives at the Grasmere Ave store in a black sedan, and paces outside the store before entering. He empties shelves of shampoo into a backpack and flees.
Please contact the Fairfield PD Detective Bureau if you can identify this subject.
203-254-4840 - Ref: 12-26773
Incident Burglary **** ARRESTED ****
Location Fairfield Motor Inn
Date of Incident 5/30/12
Incident Robbery ****ARRESTED ****
Location Best Western Kings Hwy C/O
Date of Incident 3/17/12
Summary: On 3/17/12, the night clerk at the Best Western Hotel was robbed of cash by the suspect pictured above. Anyone with information should contact the Detective Bureau.
Incident Larceny **** ARRESTED ****
Location Sullivan McKinney Elderly Housing
Date of Incident 2/25/12
Summary: On 2/25/12, the suspect pictured above entered a patients room at the Sullivan McKinney Elderly Housing Complex, located at 224 Meadowbrook Rd. She took cash from a patients wallet and left the area in the vehicle, pictured (right). Anyone with information should call Det. Jason Takacs at 203 254-4840.
|Location||CVS 961Black Rock Tpke|
|Date of Incident||1/07/12|
|Date of Birth|
|Last known address|
Summary: On the 1/7/12 the suspect pictured was involved in a shoplifting incident. If you can identify him, please call the Detective Bureau at 203 254-4840.
|Date of Incident|
|Date of Birth|
|Last known address|
- Category: Community
- Published on Wednesday, 11 January 2012 16:19
- Written by Dave Dushok
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While the Fairfield Police Department actively and aggressively investigates any and all crimes that happen in our community, we also recognize the importance of dedicating time and resources to solving those cases which have been labeled as “cold cases.” With the passage of time, scientific advancements have enabled the law enforcement community throughout the world to re-examine these cold cases with great success. In cooperation with our State Forensic Lab, Fairfield Police has recently re-opened one such cold case and we continue to investigate other murders that remain, to date, unsolved.
Homicide of an Unidentified Infant
|Date of Incident||March 14, 1986|
On the morning of March 14, 1986, the mutilated body of a 1 day old baby boy was found near a wooded picnic area of Fairfield’s Lake Mohegan Town Park. The death was ruled a homicide by asphyxia and mutilation to the infant’s face was determined to have been post mortem. The infant’s injuries are believed to have ritualistic/ religious meaning, possibly related to a religious practice known as Palo. The case has been re-opened by the Fairfield Police.
In 2011, the Governor’s Office authorized a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the murder of this infant.
- Category: Community
- Published on Tuesday, 18 October 2011 02:32
- Written by Dave Dushok
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Fairfield Rotary & Fairfield Police
to register children in AMBER Alert ID Program
(Fairfield, CT) — The Fairfield Rotary Club, in cooperation with the Fairfield Police Department, will be registering children in the AMBER Alert emergency response system on Saturday, October 26th from 10 AM to 4 PM at the Wakeman’s Boys and Girls Club in Southport, just off exit 19 of I95.
Over the past several years, the Fairfield Rotary Club has registered over 1,200 children at their prior events. This event allows parents the opportunity to register their children up to the age of 18 in the database and obtain an identification card. During registration a picture is taken and a description of the child is logged into the nationwide confidential database. The AMBER Alert database is used and accessed by various local authorities in the event a child is missing. Only a photo, decription of the child and a date of birth are put on the ID. There is no name, address or phone number on the card.
The goal of the AMBER Alert System is to instantly notify the entire state’s law enforcement agencies, broadcasters, transportation agencies and wireless industy, so that an urgent bulletin will be activated in the event of a missing child or an abduction. The public immediately becomes the ears and eyes of law enforcement and can assist in the search for the missing child. AMBER Alert programs have helped save the lives of over 350 children nationwide. Over 90 percent of those recoveries have occurred since October 2002.
The Rotary Club and Fairfield Police Department are being assisted by the Danbury Rotary Club which is providing the customized computer terminals and photography equipment.
The event is sponsorsed and that will allow for registration and the 1st ID card to be free, though additional identification cards cost $2.
Location: Fairfield Police Department
Saturday, October 26, 2013
$10 (per banker or copy paper size box)
On-Site shredding of paper, ie. old documents, tax returns, bank statements, things with your SSN, etc. Prevent ID Theft!!!
Be green for the earth-shred! Paper shreds are Recycled. Open to residents and non-residents. Rain or Shine. To benefit the Police Explorer Youth Program. Questions contact 203-254-4840
The Center for Woman and Families of Eastern Fairfield County
invites you to attend a candlelight vigil on
Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 at 6:00 pm
at the Sherman Green Post Rd at Reef Rd
SPECIAL OLYMPIC Fundraising Event
FRIDAY MAY 17th, 2013
Fairfield Police to Go to Great Heights to Support Special Olympics
WHAT: “Cop-on-Top” to benefit local Special Olympics Athletes presented by the Fairfield Police
WHO:Fairfield Police Officers, Fairfield University Public Safety Officers and Friends in the Community
WHEN: Friday, May 17th “Cop-on-Top” from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WHERE: At the corner of the Post Rd and Reef Rd, Fairfield, CT
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------All are invited to come by to see the “COP on Top” of the Victoria’s Secret building on Friday May 17th in Fairfield. With the support from Kleban Properties, an officer will be on top of the building at the corner of Post Rd and Reef Rd to raise awareness and funds that will support local Special Olympics athletes. Officers will be collecting donations from those driving and walking by the intersection.
There will be music for this event for all who stop by to enjoy.
The mission is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other athletes and the community.
Special Olympics is more than sports. It is a movement that recognizes and respects people of all abilities and entrusts that the human spirit and power of teamwork can enhance the way we all live and interact with each other. In Connecticut, more than 13,000 children and adults with intellectual disabilities participate. For more information about Special Olympics, visit www.soct.org.
"THE NEXT SHRED DAY IS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26TH "
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD FLYER (PDF)
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SPONSORSHIP FORMS (PDF)
CLICK HERE TO SIGN THE WHITE RIBBON PLEDGE
REGISTRATION, START POINT, AND PARKING INFORMATION
Registration opens at 8:30 AM. Please arrive no later than 8:50 AM.
Start Point is at The Fairfield Train Station (165 Unquowa Road, Fairfield).
FREE Parking is available at The Fairfield Train Station.
The Walk will start at approximately 9:00 AM at the Fairfield Train Station
and ends at the Fairfield Town Hall on Old Post Road with a
closing ceremony and refreshments to follow.
Closing Ceremony Guests:
Police Chief of Fairfield Police Department & White Ribbon Campaign Chairman
President and CEO The Center for Women and Familiesof Eastern Fairfield County, Inc.
Prizes will be given for; Oldest Walker, Youngest Walker, Biggest Team, Most Fundraising Money and Best Footware!
1835 BLACK ROCK TURNPIKE, FAIRFIELD, CT. (203) 366-1900
WE GIVE AWAY
Free Children's Books
Thursday's 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm
SHRED DAY scheduled for April 27th details to be announced
A Great Way to get into the Holiday Season with Family and Friends at Chip’s Restaurant in Fairfield.
To benefit the Lebo-DeSantie Center for Liver and Pancreatic Disease
at St. Vincent’s Medical Center
Please join A Night of Music at Chip’s Restaurant
525 Tunxis Hill Road Fairfield
December 17, 2012
Seatings at 5PM, 6PM, 7 PM & 8 PM
Pancake Dinner $12.00 per person includes the following:
Pancakes - Eggs - Bacon or Sausage - Coffee
Chip’s is known for the “Perfect Pancake”
100% of each $12.00 dollar ticket will go towards helping patients and their families in their fight against liver and pancreatic disease through St Vincent’s Swim Across the Sound.
For tickets please call
The Fairfield Police Benevolent Association will once again be running its annual holiday toy drive. The toys that are collected are donated to Bridgeport Hospital. The toy drive is usually able to provide the hospital with enough toys to provide ill children admitted there with some smiles not only during the holidays, but throughout the year. This is done by the graciousness of the public and their willingness to give. If people are interested in donating toys they may drop them off at Fairfield Police Headquarters on Reef Road, the Fairfield Recreation Center on Mill Plain Road, or the Town Clerk’s office at Fairfield Town Hall. One other great way to donate while also getting some exercise would be to attend the Fairfield PBA Toy Drive Road Race. The race date is Sunday Dec 16th, 2012 at 9:30 am at the Scandinavian Club on South Pine Creek Road.
DATE: Saturday, November 10, 2012
LOCATION: FAIRFIELD RAILROAD STATION IN THE NORTH PARKING LOT (UNQUOWA OR MILL PLAIN RD ENTRANCE)
TIME: 1 PM TO 4 PM
HOSTED BY: FAIRFIELD TOWN EMPLOYEES POLICE AND FIRE PERSONNEL
COME TO THIS SPOOKTACULAR EVENT
WHERE YOU WILL BE SCARED AS A CAT
ALL ARE WELCOME
MUSIC - DECORATIONS - CANDY
**** The Town and Emergency vehicle trunks will be stuffed with candy ****
Fairfield Police Athletic League
NFL Punt Pass and Kick at Fairfield Ludlowe
(please see that PAL page for detaisl)
Children's Miracle Treat Day at Dairy Queen - Fairfield, CT
- Category: Community
- Published on Tuesday, 06 December 2011 17:03
- Written by Joan
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CRIME WATCH: is a partnership between the Community, the Media and Law Enforcement working together helping prevent and solve crimes in communities and schools.
The program provides a forum for the public to view details of crimes and allows you to forward information you have, concerning unsolved felony crimes and fugitives wanted for felony charges. Before calling us see the points listed below, please be prepared to give as much detail about the crime or fugitive including but not limited to the following:
- What type of crime was committed or is the fugitive wanted for.
- When the crime occurred or when the fugitive will be at a specific location.
- Where the crime occurred, where items from the crime can be found, or where the fugitive can be located at a specific time.
- Who is involved: their name, nickname, age, date of birth, address, height, weight, tattoos, clothing, vehicle description, and people they associate or live with.
Any other details you think will help law enforcement solve the case or capture the fugitive, please call 203 254-4808.
Please click on the links below to see descriptions and photos
In the early evening hours on May 1st, 2008, the body of Kyle Schneider age 17, was found by his father in their home on Congress Street. The death was ruled a homicide caused by a gun shot.
In the early morning hours a woman's body was discarded on Old Post Road in Southport, CT. The body was located between the railroad tracks and the building on an open grass area, in close proximitiy to the parking lot. The woman's death was ruled a homicide by strangulation.