Danbury Police, Together with Boy Scouts Come to Aid of Local Mom in Need

Danbury Police Officers Respond to Local Mom's Plight, Help her Move to New Home

On June 30, 2020, Danbury Police Officers responded to an address in Danbury for a landlord/tenant dispute type complaint.

During this call for service, it was discovered that a single mother of four children was moving to a new address in Danbury. The officers learned she was struggling to find a way to move her belongings due to monetary issues.

The responding officers, taking it upon themselves, decided to step in and help on their own.

So on July 7, 2020, Danbury Police Officers Hildebrand, Elste, Russotti, Lavallee and Det. Kupchok; along with some of their family members and members of the Danbury Boy Scouts; volunteered their time and successfully moved the young woman and her children out of a bad living situation and into a new home.

We would like to personally thank these officers who went out of their way to provide help for a person in need. This is just one example of the many good deeds performed by our officers that often go unrecognized. 

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