MONROE, Conn. — Construction tools and a $1,599 refrigerator were stolen in the burglary of a house under renovation on Wild Horse Court, according to a police report filed Wednesday. Read More
MONROE, Conn. — An injured junco bird is recuperating at the Sharon Audubon Center after a Blanket Meadow resident scooped it up from his driveway, placed it in a box and drove it to Monroe Animal Control’s field office on Friday, Feb. Read More
A Surrey Lane woman told police a raccoon was acting strange on her deck and at her slider door Wednesday.
Animal Control Officer Ed Risko said a species fact sheet with common cautions and rabies information was provided, along with harassment and exclusion tips.
Someone at a commercial property at 578 Pepper St. reported a strange visitor at the front door Oct. 22: a neighbor’s potbellied pig. Read More
A school bus driver traveled along Monroe Turnpike (Route 111) Tuesday, Oct. 15, when a deer ran into the roadway near Kettle Creek Lane and into the side of the bus.
Bears are involved in a feeding frenzy, while trying to pack on pounds for their long winter sleep. As a result, Monroe Animal Control is receiving more sightings as hibernation draws closer.
A Webb Circle man told police his wife was startled by the sight of a black bear in their yard when she was walking her dog on Sept. Read More
A police officer provided a ladder to help three baby raccoons climb out of a Dumpster on Shelton Road Tuesday morning after a female caller reported the animals had gotten stuck. Read More