Troop I police reports
STEWARD ZACHARY FAVOCCIA, 22, of 206 Cook Lane, Beacon Falls, was charged Sept. 25 with criminal trespass in the first degree, criminal violation of protective order, disorderly conduct, assault in the third degree and threatening.
Police reported on Sept. 25 a trooper responded to Porter Chester School in Watertown in reference to Watertown police holding Favoccia, who was wanted in regards to an assault that occurred Sept. 25. Police reported Favoccia fled the scene of an assault on Bethany Road prior to the trooper’s arrival. One party suffered minor injuries, but refused medical treatment, police reported. Favoccia was given a court date of Sept. 25 and bond was set at $25,000.
MICHAEL GUGLIOTTI, 55, of 76 Summit Road, Prospect, was charged Sept. 26 with disorderly conduct.
Police reported on Sept. 26 an argument between adult brother and sister escalated into a physical altercation. Police reported Gugliotti grabbed his sister by the shirt and threw her to the ground. Gugliotti was given a court date of Sept. 27 to appear at Waterbury Superior Court and bond was set at $1,000.
- Prospect police are investigating a reported case of shoplifting involving the theft of more than $600 in razor blades from the CVS at 73 Waterbury Road in Prospect.
Police reported on Sept. 18 at about 4 p.m. a trooper responded to the CVS for a reported larceny. The complainant told police a black male stole about 25 packages of razor blade refills, worth an estimated $610, from the store and ran off. The suspect fled the scene in a black Chrysler with an out-of-state license plate that had been waiting, police reported.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call Troop I at (203) 393-4200.
- Prospect police are asking for the public’s help to determine who stole a street sign.
Police reported on Sept. 21 at about 1:35 a.m. the street sign for Stephen Court was stolen from the intersection at Robinmark Road. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to call Trooper Ross Kuchyt at (203) 393-4200.