The Ridgefield Community Gazette
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Disturbance Leads To Weapons Charges
Ridgefield Police responded to a disturbance on Tackora Trail in the early hours of March 28th and made an arrest for Disorderly Conduct.

While removing firearms from the home for safekeeping, officers discovered illegal firearms, high capacity magazines, and an explosive device. Ridgefield officers contacted the State Police Bomb Squad to remove and dispose of the explosive device. The individual was then held on $100,000 bond and appeared in Danbury Superior Court later that day.

Editor's Note: The Ridgefield Community Gazette policy is not to name arrested suspects, we only name those who are convicted of a crime.

The Ridgefield Community Gazette, a new weekly newspaper covering news and events in Ridgefield, was launched on March 30th.

"Ridgefield needed a positive news and events focused publication and a cost effective way for local businesses to reach a local audience," said Publisher Brad Koltz."We're pleased to offer both."

On 03/28/2019 at approximately 0030hrs, the Ridgefield Police responded to a disturbance at 180 Tackora Trail. As a result of the disturbance, officers arrested Mr. Albin for Disorderly Conduct. Subsequently, officers removed firearms from the home for safekeeping. During the removal of those firearms, officers discovered illegal firearms, high capacity magazines, and an explosive device. Ridgefield officers contacted the Connecticut State Police Bomb Squad to remove the explosive device and make it safe. Mr. Albin was held on a $100,000 bond, and appeared in Danbury Superior Court on 3/28/19 at 10:00 am.


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