Tyler Michael Reeb, 34

Tyler Michael Reeb, age 34, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, October 14, 2019 at his home in Richmond, VA. Tyler grew up in New Canaan, CT and was an avid sportsman involved with baseball, wrestling, lacrosse, and football. He approached life with a contagious sense of humor that came easy to him, sincere sensitivity towards others, a strong work ethic, and a powerful will. Tyler was always fond of the outdoors, happy to play alongside his sister in the woods and pastures of the family farm in Vermont and enjoy winter sports. He earned a BS in Psychology from Widener University in PA and worked with underprivileged youth in that area during college and after graduation. Tyler had been drawn to the military at a young age and ultimately enlisted in the United States Marine Corps on November 26th, 2007, attending recruit training at Paris Island, SC.

Police: New Canaan Woman, 50, Arrested at Underage Drinking Party at Her Home

Police on Saturday night arrested 50-year-old New Canaan after breaking up what appeared to be a large underage drinking party at her house. At about 11:32 p.m. on Nov. 9, officers were dispatched to an Oenoke Lane residence on a complaint of loud noise coming from it, according to a police report. Arriving officers saw about 30 to 40 teens running away, the report said. The police saw empty beer cans outside the house, it said.

Moynihan: Plan to Re-Mark Main Street in the Works

The New Canaan Police Commission is discussing a plan to remove about 12 parking spaces on Main Street in order to accommodate a state regulation that requires on-street parking spaces to be distanced by 25 feet from crosswalks on state highways. First Selectman Kevin Moynihan—in a brief update during Thursday’s Parking Commission meeting—said he will meet with the Police Commission again next week, along with Town Counsel Ira Bloom and Town Planner Lynn Brooks Avni, to come up with a plan. Moynihan said the state is “putting pressure” on the town to get the project done quickly. “They said if we don’t do it, they will do it,” he said during the meeting, held at Town Hall. Last year, New Canaan lost 13 parking spaces on Elm Street after the town attorney advised that local ordinance cannot supersede the same 1949 state law.

Drug Charges for New Canaan Man Who DIdn’t Return Calls from Police

Police last week arrested a 56-year-old New Canaan man by warrant in connection with a marijuana-related investigation from this past summer. On July 18, an Old Stamford Road resident told police about “unwanted marijuana” in the home that belonged to the man, officials said. Investigators tried to contact the man but he didn’t return their phone calls, according to a police report. Police obtained an arrest warrant on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, the report said. On Nov.

Jennifer L. Moe, 90

Jennifer L. Moe, beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and dear friend to so many, died on November 1st in Stamford Hospital, surrounded by her adoring family. She was ninety years old. Jennifer was known as Jenny by family and friends alike until she became a grandmother. After that, she was Nana to all. To her grandchildren, of course, but spontaneously, to everyone else as well; her children, her friends, her neighbors and casual acquaintances, even the occasional postman and waitress would call her Nana.