Forced Sodomy Investigation in Weston

Weston Police news, Sept. 27 through Oct. 3.

Sexual assault involving a minor

Weston Police are investigating what is described as “forcible sodomy” on the department’s incident run sheet. According to the sheet, on Wednesday, Sept. 28 police learned of an incident that happened on White Birch Ridge. The case remains under investigation, and because of the nature of the incident, no further information could be released.

DUI, possession of narcotics

A Fairfield man was arrested in Weston on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 7:10 a.m. and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, reckless driving and possession of narcotics after police responded to one-car accident on Old Redding Road.

Toby Waring, 32, of Fairfield was driving northbound on Old Redding Road, attempting to navigate a curve in the roadway when his vehicle crossed into the southbound lane and off the travel portion of the roadway, striking a tree, police said.

According to police, when officers asked Waring how the accident occurred, he said he didn’t remember and that he might have fallen asleep. Waring also told officers he hadn’t slept for two days.

Waring will appear in court later this month.

DUI arrest           

Thomas Shea, 44, of Sunset Drive was arrested on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 12:18 a.m. and charged with driving under the influence and failure to drive right.

According to police, Shea was stopped driving on Georgetown Road, near the intersection of Whipporwill Lane. He failed field sobriety tests and was taken into custody, where he was found to have a .2223 blood alcohol content.

Shea was released on a $450 bond and given an Oct. 13 court date.

Burglaries on Lilac Lane

On Tuesday, Sept. 27, police responded to two reports of burglaries on Lilac Lane. According to police, the two homes targeted were both empty at the time of the burglaries. Entrance to both houses was gained via a back door — one was locked, entry to the other was forced — and the culprits went up to the master bedroom and stole the jewelry box in both cases. Police described both burglaries as a “light ransacking.” The cases remain under investigation.


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