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Chasing the Dragon: Greenwich Police to Co-Host Community Forum on Opioid Addiction

FBI Community Outreach Specialist, Charles Grady will provide insight to the drug epidemic in Connecticut. Chasing the Dragon is hosted by Greenwich Police, Social Services, Liberation Programs, Communities 4 Action and First Selectman’s Youth Commission. Continue Reading →

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GHS School Resource Officer Franco Shares What the Kids Are Up To: Vaping THC Extracts

During the Communities 4 Action legislative breakfast., Greenwich Police Officer Carlos Franco and Lt. Kraig Gray talked about the increasing popularity of vaping. One popular vaping device that students fill with oil containing THC, looks like a thumb drive and students plug it them into their computers to charge them. Continue Reading →

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GPD Update: Driver Who Hit Byram Pedestrian Had Green Light, Was Driving at Safe Speed

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A pedestrian who was struck on Monday by small passenger vehicle on Mill Street rolled over the hood of the car, striking her head against the windshield and was thrown to the ground and short distance from the initial impact. Greenwich police determined that the operator of the motor vehicle had a steady green light and was operating at a safe speed. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Police Assist Investigation Leading to Sentencing of 22-Year Old Man for Distributing Oxycodone

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A 20-year-old man was found unresponsive at a friend’s residence in Weston in January. He remains unresponsive, has no brain activity and is currently receiving care in a nursing home.
This week Tahir Farid was sentenced, following an investigation including Greenwich Police. The statewide initiative targets narcotics dealers who distribute heroin, fentanyl or opioids that cause death or serious injury to users. Continue Reading →

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Enforcement of Mandatory Watering Ban in Greenwich Allows Greenwich Police to Issue Fines

On Thursday the Board of Selectmen will enact Article 5 of the Town’s ordinances, which pertains to water conservation. The ordinance stems back to the late 1970s, early 1980s when Greenwich’s water supplies dwindled to a just a two-week supply.
On Monday night First Selectman Peter Tesei said that once the ordinance is activated, it will provide Greenwich Police the mechanism to enforce with fines. Continue Reading →

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