Troop K: String of East Haddam Burglaries Under Investigation

The neighborhood tucked in-between Florida and Honey Hill Roads was the target of a series of vehicle burglaries last week.



On the above date, three Florida Road residents reported items stolen from their personal vehicles. Money, a wallet and a personal check were reported stolen. In each case, the vehicles were parked in the resident's driveway.


On the above date, a Honey Hill Road resident reported a GPS stolen from one of her vehicles that was parked in her driveway.

Additionally, on the same date, two Florida Road residents reported thefts from their vehicles, also parked in their driveways. A wallet and a Dell laptop were reported missing.

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The above cases are currently under investigation. Anyone with information is being asked to call Officer Karl Karubeinikoff of the East Haddam police at 860-873-1226.

Information provided by Troop K police logs.

Observor August 28, 2012 at 01:19 PM
My intention here is not to blame the victims, but I cannot believe how many people leave wallets, purses, cash, checkbooks, etc. unattended in their cars.
Wendy Vincent August 28, 2012 at 02:06 PM
I know what you mean. Sadly, I too am one of those people guilty of leaving my purse in my car when it's parked in my own driveway! I guess it's a false sense of security assuming that our own driveways are safe in these rural towns.
Keep the river front for all of us August 28, 2012 at 08:14 PM
Observer, I agree with you 100%
Observor August 28, 2012 at 10:16 PM
It's been going on for years. Kids in East Haddam get hooked on heroin and start breaking into houses and cars. Eventually they screw up and get caught but then somebody else gets hooked on heroin and it starts all over again. I wouldn't assume any part of town is safe from this sort of thing. It just shifts around as the addicts usually (and stupidly if they don't want to get caught) hit their own neighborhoods.


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