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East Windsor Police Department is located at 25 School Street, East Windsor, 06088 CT. The Chief of Police of the department is Edward J DeMarco, Jr. The East Windsor Police Department phone number is (860) 292-8240.
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What do I do if I am stopped by the Police? Please keep in mind that an officer does not know you or your background. Unfortunately Officers are injured, sometimes fatally, while making routine traffic stops. Any unnecessary movements increase stress for the Officer. Taking the following steps can help to make a traffic stop less stressful for both you and the Police Officer. -Pull the vehicle to side of the road or into a parking lot that is well-lit. -Turn on your emergency flasher lights to protect you and the Officer from other traffic. -Remain calm and keep both hands on the steering wheel or in plain sight so the Officer can see them. -Remain in the vehicle unless you are asked to step out by the Officer. -Roll down the driver side window or passenger side window (if the officer approached from that side of the vehicle) to allow for clear communications with the Officer. -Tell the Officer where your license, registration, and insurance documents are located. -Tell the officer what you want to do before doing anything (such as reaching for a paperwork item - license, registration, etc.). -Comply with the Officer’s requests. The officer needs to complete certain tasks to complete his duty.
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***Road Now is Open*** S. Main St. accident There’s currently a 3 car accident in the area of Southern Auto Sales on route 5. The road is shut pending removal of the vehicles. Anticipate Detours and delays. There were minor injuries reported
Burglary Arrest On 11/04/18 at approximately 12:49 AM, Officers responded to Beebe Landscape Services, 102 Winkler Rd., for a burglary alarm. As an officer was checking the rear parking lot of the property, he observed a suspect wearing a black mask at the back of one of Beebe's vehicles. The suspect saw the officer and a foot chase ensued. The suspect ran north through the parking lot and into a thin wooded area with the officer giving chase. Despite numerous warnings, the suspect failed to stop. A short time later the suspect fell and as he attempted to get back up, the Officer deployed his taser and the suspect was taken into custody. An investigation on-scene revealed the suspect, Nicholas Ruvolo age 29 of Enfield, had triggered an alarm by entering one of the trailers and removing a leaf blower. His vehicle was found nearby on Mourning Dove Trail and inside a chainsaw was located which had been reported stolen out of Newington, CT. Nicholas Ruvolo was charged with Burglary 3rd Degree, two counts of Larceny 6th Degree, Criminal Trespass 3rd Degree, Possession of Burglar Tools and Interfering with a Police Officer. Ruvolo was held on bond and is scheduled to appear at Enfield Superior Court on 11/05/18.
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Passing of a standing school bus will get you a $470 fine. Officer Simoes was out monitoring a bus stop this morning on South Main Street (Rt. 5). Passing of a school bus should never happen!
The East Windsor Police Union is supporting Berlin K9 Officer Aimee Krzykowski as she battles breast cancer. You are in our thoughts Aimee! Read a little bit about Aimee below. "Officer Aimee Krzykowski Badge #235 is a 14 year veteran of the Berlin Police Department and has been a K-9 Officer since 2008. AImee is a daughter, a sister, a cop and a friend to many. She is always one of the first to volunteer to help someone in need. She gives from the bottom of her heart and never expects anything in return. Aimee is known for her physical strength and stamina, something she works very hard at and that she is very proud of, yet she is very humble. In 2012, at the age of 31, Aimee was diagnosed with breast cancer. She endured surgery and treatments and survived. She survived with great physical and mental strength as well as the incredible love and support from her family, her friends and her Law Enforcement Brothers & Sisters. She has been cancer free ever since. It is now six years later and the cancer has returned. Despite her physical and mental strength, Aimee has faced yet another surgery and is about to undergo intense chemotherapy and radiation treatments. We know that this process will provide her with yet another personal challenge that we are completely confident that she will overcome.However this treatment will in all likelihood prevent her from working."
Did you know that school buses are the safest mode of transportation for getting children back and forth to school?
You put everyone at risk when you choose to drive drunk. #BuzzedDriving Is Drunk Driving.
Fire Lane Enforcement Recently we have noticed many people are disregarding "no parking fire lane" zones. There is a belief that if you are sitting in your car that you are not in violation because you are not "parked". This is not true and we will move you along for a few reasons. The lanes are designated for emergency vehicles only. In the event of a true emergency, time and location can be critical. Even if a driver is in the car, it causes line of sight issues for people crossing to and from the store/building. Sometimes the waiting car blocks the ramps used for wheelchairs and strollers. Often times those who shoplift have an accomplice waiting in a car outside in a fire lane as it is close to the exit and they want to make a quick getaway. This is especially true at Walmart and if we see you we will investigate whether this is the case. Don't be offended. Understand this is what shoplifters do. We understand not every situation is the same and occasionally someone will have a good reason or special cicrumstance for using the fire lane. We most likely won't interfere in these instances but we will ensure you move your cars quickly after conducting your business.
***Update. The road is open again, however crews remain on scene working, delays are anticipated *** Road Closure Rte 5 from the intersection of Rte 140 to the Enfield town line will be closed indefinitely due to a car striking a pole and knocking wires down, obstructing traffic. Please take alternative routes and plan on delays. There were no injuries in the accident.
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ROAD RE-OPENED Road closure: North Rd(Rte 140) is closed between Prospect Hill Rd (Rte 5) and Winkler Rd. The road is expected to be closed throughout the commuting hours, as an accident scene is investigated. Please plan ahead and avoid the area.
Found Dog We found this dog wandering in the Flaherty Field Trials a couple of days ago. No tags or collar. It is a very sweet and playful dog. We are not sure what breed it is and we have no information on it. Please share and help us find the owner!
Update: Road now open TRAFFIC ALERT Rye Street is closed between Pine Drive and Omelia Road due to a large tree that has fallen and taken down numerous utility poles and wires. The road is expected to be closed at least all morning. #ewtraffic
Below is one of the East Windsor Police Department’s student interns, Filip Magiera, practicing motor vehicle stops with Officer Mitchell and Officer Sherman. Filip is currently a senior at Central Connecticut State University studying Criminology with hopes of obtaining a future career in Law Enforcement. Filip is half way through his 15 week internship with the department, and we wish him continued success in the program, and in his pursuit to join the Law Enforcement field.
This black and white Male Boston Terrier has been missing from the area of Main St. and Wesley Rd. since 10/19/18. Please keep your eye out for him and don't attempt to reach for or chase the dog.
Ofc. Sherman is hanging out at the Connecticut Trolley Museum tonight. Don’t miss out on their Rails to the Darkside event! Ofc. Sherman’s primary goal tonight will be ensuring traffic safety. Connecticut Trolley Museum
It’s not too late to design and build your scarecrow for the Parks and Recreation’s Annual Scarecrow Contest. Just over a week left to register and create your scarecrow! #ewpride
North Road Paving Road work is being completed today through Friday on North Rd. The hours are 6:30 am - 4:00 pm each day. Drivers should anticipate delays.
Fall is a great time to experience the Connecticut Trolley Museum!