Connecticut State Police Troop B
The following information was provided by the Connecticut State Police at Troop B. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Roger Dubois, 59, of Bristol, was arrested Nov. 14 on a warrant from Bantam Superior Court for failure to register a physical or email address of a convicted sex offender. Bond was set at $100,000. Dubois was to appear in court Nov. 15.
Parked van hit
Robin Dwy, 64, of Naugatuck, Conn., was driving a tractor-trailer on Pettee Street in Salisbury Nov. 15. At about 9:46 a.m., he attempted to make a wide right turn onto Route 44. The 2005 Kenworth, owned by John J. Brennan Construction in Shelton, Conn., collided with a 2007 Ford van, legally parked on Pettee Street, and owned by Center Subaru of Torrington. There were no injuries. No enforcement was noted.
Kristina Schutz, 47, of North Canaan was driving east on Route 44 in North Canaan Nov. 18. About 500 feet west of Granite Avenue, her 1996 Chevrolet Blazer hit the rear of a 2011 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck driven by Frank Maillet. The truck was stopped for a Housatonic Railroad Co. train crossing Route 44 on tracks there. There were no injuries to the drivers or passenger Courtney Schutz, 17, of the same address. Damage was minor. Schutz was given a verbal warning for following too closely.
Motor vehicle violations
Christopher Perkins, 20, of Salisbury was stopped by police at 9:23 a.m. on Nov. 18 during routine motor vehicle enforcement at Route 44 and North Elm Street in North Canaan. He was charged with failure to renew a vehicle registration, failure to meet minimum insurance coverage requirements and operating a motor vehicle while his license is suspended. Bond was set at $500. He is to appear in Bantam Superior Court Dec. 5.
Father, son arrested
Michael Keefner, 58, of 86 Railroad St. in North Canaan and Shawn Keefner, 22, of Great Barrington, Mass., were arrested Nov. 19 after a 10:51 p.m. report of a disturbance at an apartment at 86 Railroad St.
They were each charged with disorderly conduct. Bond was set at $2,500 each. They were to appear in Bantam Superior Court Nov. 21.
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