Southbury Police Department

  • Agency: Southbury Police Department
  • Address: 421 Main Street South, Southbury, 06488 CT
  • Chief:
Phone: (203) 264-5912
Fax: (203) 264-5913

Southbury Police Department is located at 421 Main Street South, Southbury, 06488 CT. The Southbury Police Department phone number is (203) 264-5912.

Southbury Police Department News

Southbury Police are looking to identify this individual for a shoplifting incident that occurred at Walgreens at approximately 6:15pm on Thursday, Nov. 1st. The individual was described as having some facial tattoos. Anyone with information is urged to call the Southbury Police Department at 203-264-5912. All calls will be kept confidential.

Southbury Police Officers are putting down the razors for the month of November to raise money for Connecticut cancer patients. If you would like to support them please visit the link below.

The Southbury Resident Trooper's office and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous, expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your medications for disposal to the Southbury Police Department, Resident Trooper's office, located at 421 Main Street South, Southbury CT. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

Thank you to Officers Pierce, Alfano and Armeno for volunteering their time to take part in the Children's Tumor foundation annual pie eating contest at Leo's Restaurant. Although Officers Pierce and Officer Armeno put forth a valiant effort, the real hero was Officer Alfano who won the women's event. Great job by all for a great cause!!

The Southbury Police are investigating a criminal mischief complaint that occurred at the construction site at Spruce Brook Road and Rt. 172. Graffiti was sprayed inside the overflow culvert sometime during the Labor Day weekend. This incident may have been perpetrated by 3 juveniles on bicycles. Anyone with information is asked to call SPD at 203-264-5912. All calls will be kept confidential. Investigated by Off. McKirryher.

Come visit us this Saturday to get your free child ID kit.

Text to 911 is now available in Connecticut. Call if you can, text if you can't.

Great turnout at the Kindness Rocks event at the Southbury Farmers’ Market. There is still time to pain the rocks – the police officers will be there until 6pm.

Great turnout at the Kindness Rocks event at the Southbury Farmers’ Market. There is still time to pain the rocks – the police officers will be there until 6pm.

Southbury Police are looking to speak with this individual in regard to an incident that took place at Stop & Shop. Anyone with information is asked to call Officer Markette at (203) 264-5912 and reference case # 18-00326981. All calls will be kept confidential.

Over the last two weeks we received a large number of complaints for larcenies from motor vehicles. The thieves are looking for purses, wallets, laptops, cash, jewelry, firearms, and vehicles with keys left in them. You can protect your property by removing it from your vehicle and locking your doors. If you see a suspicious vehicle, especially one filled with multiple occupants during early morning hours, please call us at 203-264-5912

Officers Armeno and Markette ran with members of Connecticut State Police today in support of the Connecticut Special Olympics. The Law Enforcement Torch Run is a yearly event held to raise awareness and funds for the Special Olympics. The 8.2 mile leg started at Troop A in Southbury and ended at the Oxford Resident Trooper’s Office.

Southbury Police Department wants to congratulate Officer Armeno for being recognized for DUI enforcement and Officer O’Toole for DUI education through DARE program.

Relief efforts continue throughout Southbury today. Utility crews are urging residents to stay clear from downed wires. Please do not attempt to move wires or clear them from the roadway.

Cleanup efforts are still underway in Southbury. Utility and tree crews continue to address the damage caused by Tuesday's storm. Expect road closures, detours, delays and debris while traveling through Southbury. If you come to an intersection with a non-working traffic signal please come to a complete stop and make sure it is safe before proceeding. If you need assistance you can reach the police department by calling 203-264-5912 for non-emergencies and 911 for emergencies.

On Monday, May 14, 2018, Officer Armeno, Officer Markette and Officer Ezzo were conducting speed enforcement on Roxbury Road. Officers clocked a vehicle traveling at a higher than normal rate of speed. Officer Armeno attempted to stop the vehicle. Officer Ezzo witnessed the operator throw something from the vehicle prior to stopping. Officer Markette later retrieved the tossed item which contained a large amount of drugs, drug paraphernalia and the operator's wallet which contained his license. The operator David Warner, 34, of Roxbury was arrested and released on a $2000.00 bond. He is scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on 5/30/18.

Live from Southbury! Fox 61 reporting about Southbury troopers and officers who served patrons at Chip's Restaurant to benefit Autism Awareness this morning.

Southbury troopers and officers are waiting on customers at Chip's Restaurant until 10 am today (May 1). 50% of sales will to to benefit the Hospital for Special Care's Spectrum of Kindness Autism Awareness campaign.

Come and have breakfast at Chip's this morning (May 1). Southbury troopers and officers are serving patrons to benefit Autism Awareness. They'll be there until 10am.

Please come visit us at Chip's Restaurant on Tuesday May 1st between 8-10am