At approximately 3:28 p.m. on November 23, 2013, an employee from Olympia Sports, 403 Post Road East, reported that a male was attempting to pay for merchandise with what the employee believed to be a counterfeit $100.00 bill. The employee would not accept the bill after noticing it was counterfeit. The suspect left the bill behind
Westport Parks & Recreation Director Stuart McCarthy today reminded citizens that as of April 1 the “no animals at the beaches” regulation will be in effect. It includes Compo, Burying Hill and Old Mill beaches. “Animals will not be permitted on any beach property, which includes all grass, sand, and the parking areas, except Soundview
Human Services Director Barbara Butler announced today that the Westport Youth Commission is seeking Westport high school students and community adults interested in serving on the commission beginning next fall 2013. “The Youth Commission serves as a public forum for youth issues, and advocates for youth needs and concerns in the community,” said Butler. “Its
#Westport CT– On January 16, 2013 Westport Detectives were contacted regarding an internal theft of over $75,000 from local company. Detectives assisted by the CT Financial Crimes Task Force investigated the complaint and executed multiple search warrants. The investigation concluded with the arrest of two former employees of the company this morning @ 0600 hrs.
7:22pm–#Westport CT–Firefighters were called to 365 Post Road West which is near the Norwalk town line for a strong odor of ammonia according the caller. Firefighters thoroughly checked the are including businesses but found nothing.
Westport CT– At approximately 6 pm Saturday night the Westport Police Department received a report of a pedestrian having been struck by a motor vehicle on the Post Road by Bulkley Avenue North. Arriving officers found the victim, an elderly male lying in the westbound lane next to the vehicle and immediately began medical treatment.
(Westport, CT) Thursday, February 28, 2013, at approximately 5:02pm, Westport Police Dispatch received a 911 call of a road rage incident involving a firearm. The caller reported he was traveling east on Post Road East approaching the Bulkley Avenue intersection when a white male jumped out of his vehicle and pointed a black hand gun