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Thursday, July 24, 2008

[CT] Detective Bruneau ever-closer to having his stalking charges erased

From the previous entry:
...One message read, "I know where you live and I know where he lives... Tell the flavor of the month with you I took a good look. He ain't no match. Have a nice date"...

OFFICER COULD HAVE CHARGES ERASED
The Advocate
By John Nickerson
07/24/2008
[Excerpts] A West Haven police officer charged with harassing and stalking his former girlfriend and her boyfriend was granted entry to two programs for first-time offenders that would allow his misdemeanor charges to be erased in a year. Appearing before Judge Referee Jack Grogins at state Superior Court in Norwalk yesterday, Detective William Bruneau, 41, was allowed to enter the family violence education and accelerated rehabilitation programs. If he successfully completes the programs before his next court appearance on July 22, 2009, Bruneau's two second-degree stalking and second-degree harassment charges will not go on his record. Bruneau was charged Jan. 5... [Full article here]

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