Stolen Nissan Rogue tracked from Danbury to Monroe, where police make an arrest

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MONROE, CT — Danbury police tracked a stolen Nissan Rogue to Monroe on Feb. 24, where town officers made a traffic stop on Main Street and arrested the driver.

An 18-year-old Danbury woman was charged with first-degree larceny and risk of injury to a child, because a female juvenile was a passenger in the stolen vehicle, police said. She was released on $1,000 bond for March 4 court date.

Monroe police were notified that the Nissan was in their town around 10:54 a.m. and an officer located the vehicle at the intersection of Main and Green streets, followed it and initiated a traffic stop near Victoria Drive.

The vehicle was valued at $20,000, police said.

Five catalytic converters stolen

Edgerton Inc., 786 Main St., reported the theft of five catalytic converters from company vehicles Saturday.

Police said the thefts occurred sometime overnight. The total value of the stolen catalytic converters was estimated at $9,000.

Vandalism at Wolfe Park

Monroe Parks and Recreation reported a vandalism near the Wolfe Park pool on Cutlers Farm Road on Feb. 24. Police said someone emptied a fire extinguisher inside the men’s bathroom.

Plunge at the Park

Plunge at the Park, a fundraiser for Special Olympics Connecticut, will be held at Great Hollow Lake at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 2 (registration is at 11 a.m.). The event is presented by the Monroe Police Department.

To register, click here. For information, call Police Sgt. Peter Howard, 203-452-4830, ext. 1313, or email him at [email protected]

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