Did You Hear … ?

New Canaan Police at about 4:25 p.m. Monday received a report of a larceny at 16 South Ave., according to a call log. That’s the street address of the Mobil gas station. Asked about the incident, police said it involves a juvenile and is being worked out between the business owner and family. 


A Stamford-based company, Case Study Brands, on Thursday presented a plan for Waveny House to the Board of Selectmen during a regular meeting. The company provided a broad sketch whereby Waveny gets a “luxury brand reflective of both its heritage and crown jewel positioning with the community,” with a new website and promotional materials, larger events and a staff “house director” whose responsibilities would include “concierge services.” The current online information for Waveny House lives in the Recreation Department’s area of the municipal website and “doesn’t feel glamorous” for what a bride is looking for,” officials from the company said. “It’s a little bit lacking in the glamour” compared to competitors such as the Roger Sherman Inn and Philip Johnson Glass House, they said.


New Canaan Man, 42, Charged in Domestic Dispute 

Police on Wednesday arrested a 42-year-old Parade Hill Road man and charged him with disorderly conduct and second-degree violation of conditions of release. At about 9:08 p.m. on Dec. 14, officers were dispatched to a Putnam Road home regarding a domestic dispute between the man and another person at the residence, according to a police report. 

Police learned that an active protective order was in place at the time of the dispute, the report said. Following an investigation, a warrant was obtained for his arrest on the two offenses, it said. Police withheld details of the incident, saying it’s a domestic matter.

Letters of Appreciation for New Canaan Police

The following letters of appreciation were shared at the Jan. 19 Police Commission meeting by Chief Leon Krolikowski. ***


I happened to attend today’s ‘Coffee with a Cop’ at Lapham this afternoon. I was very impressed by the two officers’ presentation, they showed the utmost professionalism and that reflects on the excellent training and leadership they receive under your command. The presentation was very informative and will contribute to our community’s safety.

Police: Three More Reports of Stolen Vehicles

Police last week received three reports of vehicles stolen from residents’ homes, officials say. Two of the thefts were reported Thursday morning, including a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee parked in a Main Street driveway that had been left unlocked with its key fob inside, according to Police Chief Leon Krolikowski. Reported stolen at 8:56 a.m., that SUV was found about one hour later on Oak Street near Main, Krolikowski said in a press release. “Detectives arrived on scene and processed the vehicle for evidence,” he said. In 2021, police received 39 reports of stolen cars in New Canaan, up from 27 the prior year, according to data shared at the Jan.