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Police Blotter: February 8, 2012

Identity Theft, Reckless Driving and out-Of-Compliance Sex Offender

 Tyler Lyons, 33, Warner Hill, Southport, led Bethel Police on a chase which ended at the intersection of Mansfield St and Fleetwood Ave, when Lyons rear-ended a police car.

 While officers were charging Lyons, a passenger fled from her car and left the scene. During the chase, Lyons had failed to stop for stop signs, a stop light, and she passed a school bus that had just dropped off school children. Police found prescription drugs strewn about her car. Lyons was released on a $5,000 cash bond and is due in Danbury Superior Court on Feb 10. The passenger was not located and a warrant for his arrest is being sought.

 Johnny Ray DeLong, 44, City Streets, Danbury, a registered sex offender from California, was seen driving erratically on Greenwood Ave. on Feb 6, at 9 p.m. When Bethel Sgt. Libertini was sent to investigate, he found DeLong in a nearby private home. DeLong refused to show identification or provide a valid address and Sgt Libertini discovered thatDeLong was out of compliance with the Connecticut Sex Offender Registry. DeLong was held on $2,500 bond and was arraigned in Danbury Superior Court on Feb 7.

 Brian Dunn, 34, Diamond Bridge Road, Hawthorne, NJ was arrested on an active warrant for Identity Theft in the third degree, by the Bethel Police on Feb 6 at 3:30 a.m.. The arrest was the result of an investigation of an account that Dunn had opened using the name and personal information of one of Dunn's employees, which he opened by using his cell phone. Dunn was released on a promise to appear and will appear in Danbury Superior Court on Feb 10, at 10 a.m.  


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