The Loschiavo’s Take a Bow (and your wallet)


Honest to goodness, you just can’t make this stuff up. It’s almost like we live in the Twilight Zone as Stratford taxpayers. Here is the Deputy Thief Chief about to make an attempt to fire the Local 407 union president and he is praised for his dedicated service?

Only in Stratford.

Unregistered Vehicle

Unregistered Vehicle

Any guesses on who this vehicle comes back to?

You read it in the Post:

Stratford workers recognized

Staff writer

…”We live in a time when there aren’t many people who stay in one job or company very long, let alone 25 years or more,” Miron said. “I commend each and every member of the administration that we honor here today for their dedication and commitment to the Stratford community.”

Errr. Jim? Maybe if you’d stop firing everyone there would be more.

…But some even make it a family affair.

Deputy Police Chief Joseph LoSchiavo has worked for the town 28 years, and his wife, Linda LoSchiavo, a secretary in the human resources department, has been employed by the town for 25 years.

“It’s worked out great for us and we both love working here,” said Joseph LoSchiavo, 60. “The town has been great to us and this even allows us to sometimes have lunch together. ”

Great? You bet we have! A minimum of $92,000/year, a free car (plus gas, plus insurance, plus maintenance),$75,000 worth of dental work, all the Town yard equipment you could steal, a pension that will be higher than your base salary ever was AND live in Orange where the taxes are lower. You’re damn right, we’ve been “great” to you. Do we pay for lunch too? How will you pay us back, Joe? Fire a couple of cops maybe?

Linda LoSchiavo, 57, agreed. “Working in Stratford has been terrific and having him here, too, is another advantage,” she said, pointing to her husband. “But I really don’t know where the years have gone. It doesn’t seem that long.”

Linda, if you’d stay off your cell phone and quit surfing the web, it would probably seem longer.

Eva “Tiny” Jowers, 52, who has worked for the town in more than a half-dozen departments over 31 years, said the decades have “flown by.”

Jowers, who started out in the tax office and worked in the assessor’s office for more than 20 years until being promoted to administrative clerk/secretary in the planning and zoning office seven years ago, said she also still loves her job.

“It’s a good thing I do,” Jowers said, “because I can’t afford to retire for a long time.”

(P.S. Tiny? Do the YEARS you were out on “sick leave” count too?)

Editors note: Excuse me, I’m going to be sick…..

62 Responses to “The Loschiavo’s Take a Bow (and your wallet)”

  1. 1 1george1

    Maybe if you bloggers used your contacts with Weisel, now that
    Miron has made it public knowledge about the positions of certain
    people, then maybe, just maybe Weisel could identify and disseminate
    abuses of position with absolute documentation forcing FBI investigation
    of certain people noted within the article AND certain allies.

    That is IF
    1. You can PROOF ABUSE and CRIME.
    2. Weisel would PUBLISH.

    Now is the time to

    PUT UP



    This is not meant in a derogatory way, but to encourage any

    Maybe FOS & PCS can contact JEZE directly to shape BILLS of PARTICULARS?

    Was I relevant? 😉

  2. 2 jezebel282


    To be honest, I can’t understand why Mr. Weizel wrote this…article. It’s not really news and it does not serve any interest in Stratford except Miron and Loshiavo.

  3. Think about the timing…. This appears to be a way to glorify LoSchiavo right before the McNeil ruling comes down. I think they’re trying to make the DC look good because once it hits the fan, all hell is going to break loose!

  4. 4 jezebel282


    I understand that part. But McCauley (the CAO) put it off for another week. They like McNeil twisting in the breeze.

    But Weizel never seemed like a Mironista before.

  5. 5 1george1

    There are people who believe what goes around, come around.

    Conversely, Jezebels’ friend Balzak claimed:
    “all great fortunes, come from great crimes.”

    One would have to think about the above to understand their relevance,
    and it is a bit of a stretch… 😉

  6. 6 jezebel282

    This little story has been buzzing around all day.

    It seems Deputy Thief Loschiavo decided to take some time off in the middle of the day (paid of course) and go home. So he got in his car (the one we paid for, insured and fill with gas) in uniform and got on the Merritt.

    Because he is, after all, Deputy Thief, and the law clearly does not apply to him and he proceeded on the Merritt at 91-92 miles per hour.

    A Connecticut State Trooper did not realize such an important personage was behind the wheel and pulled him over. Was the Deputy Thief on a call? No. Was there an emergency? No. Just going home.

    The Trooper calls his supervisor and asks what he should do with such an important person. “Let him go.”

    So…how many rules were violated here?

  7. 7 bollicks

    it seems Deputy Thief Loschiavo decided to take some time off in the middle of the day (paid of course) and go home.

    Yes Jez,
    Last Thursday OCT 09, the D/C was on duty in full uniform where he proceeded to take his town owned vehicle home. After returning from home he proceeded Southbound on the Meritt Pkwy where he was stopped by a Connecticut State Trooper, the D/C Loschiavo was traveling 91mph, ” I REPEAT 91MPH, the trooper asked are you going on a call or something??, umm no responded the D/C just coming back from lunch at my house.

    Lets see, town vehicle, town gas, town insurance, D/C being paid to go home, 91mph is ReckLess Driving, lets say he got into an accident. The town would be sued, us taxpayers would be paying out the noise again……this is not smoke and mirrors but ITS A FACT

  8. 8 1george1

    Send it as letter to editor.

  9. 9 bollicks

    …But some even make it a family affair.

    Deputy Police Chief Joseph LoSchiavo has worked for the town 28 years, and his wife, Linda LoSchiavo, a secretary in the human resources department, has been employed by the town for 25 years.

    “It’s worked out great for us and we both love working here,” said Joseph LoSchiavo, 60. “The town has been great to us and this even allows us to sometimes have lunch together. “


  10. 10 jezebel282

    Editor’s Note:

    I was approached by several sources about the Loschiavo speeding story and urged to post it. I have no doubt at all that it happened. In the larger scheme of things, I thought it simply wasn’t that big of a deal.

    Once posted, however, there has been a significant lack of support for this episode. Particularly from our good friends at Local 407. They have been stunningly silent. Either the morale has miraculously improved in the last two weeks, they have abandoned their efforts or they only get angry if you have a badge.

    Tsk Tsk, gentlemen. I am very disappointed in you.

  11. 11 nnanerak

    How is 91mph not a big deal??? In a town car, with town insurance, town gas and apparently on town time and in a town uniform….. If it were someone not flashing a badge in the driver’s seat they would have gotten not only a ticket but may have had their butt hauled in for reckless driving. Who was with him in the town vehicle????? Even if no one was with him what he did was against the law. At the very least it is conduct that is unbecoming…I think it is time that council members get off their backsides and take a stand that this will not be tolerated, it has gone beyond an “administrative” issue, this type of behavior could cost the taxpayers a fortune. At the very least they can demand an investigation-even hire their own to do it(!) if the mayor doesn’t cooperate. In the mean time if I get pulled over for speeding, can I say that I should be treated with the same “courtesy” as the dc and get a get out of jail free/no ticket card???? I thought that using the badge to get special treatment and favors was a violation of not only departmental policy/town policy but isn’t there some kind of law on the books that prohibits this?????
    Council members,
    YOU CAN take away the take home vehicle and keep employees from leaving the town in those vehicles if not conducting town business, even if it is by a resolution, you CAN do this if it is not already done. If it is not done, YOU SHOULD DO THIS. Then, if the mayor doesn’t “can” the dc YOU should place his position on economic probation, that if violated would immediately unfund his position as an instant cost saving measure. It seems to me that if the management in town can’t properly manage and administrate they need to be choked with the purse strings. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH ALREADY, MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL DO SOMETHING TO STOP THE IDIOCY, THE HYPOCRACY and THE ILLEGALITIES. Gentleman and Ladies on the Council the taxpayers have HAD IT–WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO GET YOU TO DO SOMETHING TO STOP THE PROBLEMS IN THE TOWN? Should the taxpayers organize a tax revolt and withhold funds to get your attention????

  12. 12 jezebel282


    It’s not like I disagree with you.

    But, my email address appears on every page of this blog. Anyone who urged me to post this episode could have provided the details (The Troopers name, Vehicle registration #, plate #…..) via email anonymously. It would make the incident indisputably true.

  13. 13 1george1


    Please humor me on this one?

    What are the Badge #s of
    Police Chief
    D / C
    Joe Jr.

    As you know I look at nomenclature and numerology of subjective information.

  14. Jez,
    You have gone above and beyond for 407. It is time for them to put up, or shut up and be happy with their working conditions. The ball is in their court.

  15. 15 jezebel282


    You mean they’re not really going to call me in the morning?

    Sigh…I feel so used.

  16. 16 jezebel282

    Apparently (see picture above) none of the laws of the State of Connecticut apply to Deputy Chiefs or Chiefs.

  17. 17 bollicks


  18. 18 bollicks


  19. 19 nnanerak

    I hope that the officer or the union prints out a log that the plate was called in and filles a complaint with the ethics commission at the very least. I hope that it is also followed up with charges of driving an unregistered motor vehicle, misuse etc, you guys should have had it, that would have fored the chief and ms mcauley to do something since the mayor has made it painfully obvious that he prefers to protect lawbreakers than do what is right.

  20. 20 1george1

    It looks like 407 is starting to put up.
    I favor good government.
    I like the regular police over the Miron / DC / Dick Burturla.
    My dealings with J B have been minimal.

    My impression is that they want to have had many abuses, to make him look like a hero, coming in to clean up? Yet, who were the systemic abusers? Where were the watchdogs / oversight of the Mayor / Managers / Chiefs / Town Council / H. R. /
    Town Attorneys?

  21. 21 jezebel282


    It was announced yesterday at a staff meeting by Deputy Thief Loschiavo that he will be retiring. One can only hope he is joined by the Assistant HR Director, Linda Loschiavo.

    Two questions remain:

    1. How long will it take George Mulligan to get his heart rate back to normal once he sees the size of Loschiavos pension and benefits.

    2. Who will cover for Justin Loschiavo after Mommy, Daddy and Miron are gone?

  22. 22 jezebel282

    Silly me…I almost forgot.

    Here you go, Joe and Linda. Merry Christmas.

    June 11 Special Session, Public Act No. 08-3

    Sec. 2. (NEW) (Effective October 1, 2008) (a) Notwithstanding any provision of the general statutes, on or after the effective date of this section, if any public official or state or municipal employee is convicted of or pleads guilty or nolo contendere to any crime related to state or municipal office in state criminal or federal criminal court, the Attorney General shall apply to the Superior Court for an order to revoke or reduce the pension of any kind to which such public official or state or municipal employee is otherwise entitled under the general statutes for service as a public official or state or municipal employee.

    I am sure FOS would have found it, but I wanted to be the first to remind you not to count on those pensions.

  23. 23 1george1

    The higher Joe Loschiavo’s pension, the better.

    Any idea who will be in charge of the paperwork?

    If only the politically appointed people in charge of the political justice
    and enforcement (investigatory) system had integrity?

    I hear there may be “watch dog” groups forming?

  24. 24 jezebel282


    “Any idea who will be in charge of the paperwork?”

    Someone in the HR Department. I’m guessing Linda Loschiavo?

  25. 25 1george1

    It was either a Rhettorical question or a lob about the DC retirement.

    Every once in a while I’m nice to Jeze.
    It keeps her off balanced and confused… 😉

    I do wonder how she (AND I) each became off balanced and confused, 🙂

    A little humor and self (& Jeze) minor depreciation. No insult intended.

    Someone very highly regarded in the community and by bloggers /
    petitioners, personally told me the Stratford Police Chief disbanded
    the Narcotics Department?

    Softball alert >

    I wonder who would order disbanding the narcotics unit and why?

    Maybe the same person who directed vandalizing my tire?

    No offense to anyone else, but is there any chance we can get a
    guest editorial or three by Playwrite and/or Hand?

    Playwrite endorsed me for Town Councilor, BECAUSE:

    If you read my prepared remarks to the Town Council Public
    forum, posted earlier, I politely wished everyone good things
    on a personal level at town hall, but my political comments
    are NOT likely to endear myself.

    Ed Hargus used to shuffle up to the Public Forum and bellow,
    “This is the worst Town Council ever.”

    Last night I started the evening wishing every one well, then walked
    up to shake the hands of audience members I like and wish the others
    the best of Holidays. I shook hands with Norko & McCauley.

    I took my time putting on my jacket just in front of the Town Attorney
    cage. Amazing not a single Town Councilor or Town Attorney would
    look at me, where I could at least wave good night and wish them well.

    Personally, most are nice people. Politically – the Town is a mess.

    I have another bonus coming for blog readers.
    Drum Roll…. WAIT … Maybe later?

  26. 26 1george1

    I wished T C & others early in meeting.
    3 hours later I made the tour / show on wishing well saying bye.

    FYI – According to the FAC, the ONLY 2 people in the Police Dept
    who can not get O. T. are the Police Chief and the Police Thief.

  27. 27 jezebel282


    “I do wonder how she (AND I) each became off balanced and confused,”

    I heard Aquarian puts something in the water going to Stratford.

  28. 28 1george1

    Actually, my home is about parallel to the lowest part of Raymark.

    Ferry Creek runs under I-95 at a diagnal until it reaches the end of
    Homestead Avenue, then runs almost parallel to the Housatonic River
    which meets Ferry Creek about 1/3rd mile down stream.

    Of the 5 Trees on my planting strip when I bought my home in 1978

    1 came down as a result of Hurricane Gloria.

    4 were taken down by PW over the years, as rotted branches became
    a danger to autos and pedestrians.

    3 smaller trees in the back yard had rot issue & were taken down,

    1 huge River Birch was taken down next to my house and another
    was taken down next to my neighbor’s house, because hurricane
    Gloria had them leaning and potential danger.

    Jeze’s quote:
    “I heard Aquarian puts something in the water going to Stratford.”

    Maybe there is Raymark groundwater issue affecting trees?
    However, since much of the rest of the blocks, do not have these
    issues, maybe those RAYS from Satellites affected them.
    I am glad I have my Tin foil hat.

  29. 29 jezebel282


    “I am glad I have my Tin foil hat.”

    I gotta get me one of those. Apparently, when you live in Stratford it is required.

  30. 30 jezebel282

    Incredibly, the next major investigation by Chief Buturla is finding out who took the picture at the top of this page and how it got blabbed that Loschiavo’s car was unregistered and parked illegally.

    Amazing what John Buturla thinks is important at Gestapo Headquarters.

    I”ll never tell.

  31. 31 1george1


    Look under your Christmas tree, or behind your menorah on Dec 25
    for my complimentary Tin Foil Hat for jousting / putting up mit me.
    See … and ye shall find. 🙂

  32. 32 jezebel282

    The Crime


    Here we are on March 9, 6 months after it was discovered that the Deputy Police Chief had not registered his own personal vehicle. After all, why should someone who enforces motor vehicle regulations follow them?

    What is truly amazing is that there continues to be an open investigation by the Connecticut State Police to find out who took this above picture. Never mind that the crime here was driving an unregistered vehicle (we don’t know about insuring an unregistered vehicle) the CSP is investigating who took the picture.

    Why? Because John Buturla has friends (amazingly enough) in the CSP and has personally intervened to keep the “investigation” alive. Your tax dollars at work.

    Editor’s note: The jpg was sent to us by a “” which we assumed was a fictitious address. Or maybe not.

  33. 33 nnanerak

    Ya think maybe the chief should take his head outta his a$$ long enough to fight real crime? Like arresting the idiots that intentionally drive unregistered motor vehicles. He and the mayor are too busy giving people like that raises, 401k’s and per diem jobs…….it’s gonna bite them in November. Too bad we have to wait that long.

  34. 34 jezebel282


    Apparently it is a crime in Stratford to embarrass the Chief, the Deputy Chief and the Mayor.

    Maybe it is a “sting” operation. After all, they make it so easy…..

  35. 35 nnanerak

    Well they certainly have no problem pissing away our tax dollars on “special” investigators, and doing things to rack up those hours for the attorneys at BMD and company. After all it’s all in the family………………………….
    Do I hear the word audit? Joey is officially retired and will be really gone in a couple of weeks–how about a forensic audit by the council to blow the lid off some of the corruption?????????????????????????????????? COUNCIL HAS THE POWER, LET’S DEMAND THAT THEY USE IT FOR A CHANGE!

  36. 36 jezebel282


    “Do I hear the word audit? Joey is officially retired and will be really gone in a couple of weeks–how about a forensic audit by the council to blow the lid off some of the corruption??????????????????????????????????”

    Does this sound familiar?
    “As a result of these findings, I have implemented an official Town administrative policy that directs regular audits to occur whenever money, both cash and grant funds, are under the control of a Town employee,” said Mayor Miron. “In addition, should any employee who handles money or grant funding be transferred or leave Town employment, an immediate audit will be executed.”

    -James R. Miron, Mayor

    Or maybe you’ve seen this one before?

    The Council shall have the power to investigate town affairs. In exercising this power, the Council shall have the power to require any town elected or appointed official, officer, director, department head, or employee to furnish the Council or its designee all information, contracts, reports, papers, documents, records, or other material which is in the possession of the elected or appointed official, officer, director, department head, or employee, and which, in the opinion of the Council is necessary to enable the Council to discharge the duties imposed upon it by this Charter, or to properly and completely investigate town affairs. It is hereby made a duty and obligation of all town elected or appointed officials, officers, directors, department heads, and employees to provide the Council with the requested information, contracts, reports, papers, documents, records, or other material when so required by the Council. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Charter, the Council shall have the right to appropriate funds, either by way of the budget or by special appropriation, to fund any costs and expenses which may, in the opinion of the Council, be necessary, proper and required to conduct the investigation or to procure any information, contracts, reports, papers, documents, records, or other material.

    -Stratford Town Charter (11/08)

  37. 37 1george1

    Hi guys and girls,

    Why not have a contest inviting all of your favorite mayoral candidates
    to write a Letter to the Editor about this?

    1 – Gavin is on the Town Council – He has access to all kinds of info.

    2 – Harkins is in Hartford and has some plausible deniability as far as
    being involved or not?

    3 – Jon’s campaign manager Ben, might lose some income from his
    relationships with the Town Attorney and his “friends?”
    Supposedly Gavin and Jon have some “issues?” Who knows? They seem
    real, from a couple peoples’ positions.

    4 – Jim – oooops ….

    5 – Dom – I thought some bloggers liked Dom. Taylor made potential
    Police corruption issue to separate him from the pack …

    Who is holding their breath>

  38. 38 jezebel282


    “Why not have a contest inviting all of your favorite mayoral candidates
    to write a Letter to the Editor about this?”

    Because we already know who the losers will be…..Us.

    Do not look for any action at all from our Town Council. According to one Councilman the law does not apply because although Atty Tolomeo was trained by the Connecticut State Police in investigative techniques and made his living as a detective, and was hired to investigate possible violations within the Stratford PD, and used the facilities of the State Crime Lab, he was not a “Licensed” private detective. Therefore, it’s all perfectly ok.

    George, this has caused me to rethink several of your conspiracy theories. Especially since this whole Loschiavo license plate caper has the support of the colonel of western district major crime unit of the CSP. Absurd but true. If I were a CSP trooper, I’d be embarrassed.

    Perhaps you are the best qualified candidate for mayor.

  39. 39 jezebel282

    Editor’s note:

    Councilmen please read:

    (4) “Private detective” means any person engaged in the business of, or advertising as engaged in the business of (A) investigating crimes or civil wrongs, (B) investigating the location, disposition or recovery of property, (C) investigating the cause of accidents, fire damage or injuries to persons or to property, except persons performing bona fide engineering services, (D) providing the personal protection of individuals, (E) conducting surveillance activity, (F) conducting background investigations, or (G) securing evidence to be used before a court, board, officer or investigation committee;

    Sec. 29-153. Private detective license required. No person shall engage in the business of, or solicit business as a private detective or make representations to be or advertise as a private detective or as furnishing detective or investigating services without first obtaining a license from the Commissioner of Public Safety.

    That’s two violations. One by Miron and one by Tolomeo for allowing himself to be used in that manner.

  40. 40 nnanerak

    Council doesn’t have the testicular fortitude to go after this. Joe McNiel might though. Gavin ask a weak question on Monday of the Mayor regarding personnel..but it was more effort than any other member of council made. Maybe Gavin will submit his “request for info” in writing to the mayor so he will get a “documented” answer instead of empty words that were not the truth but not exactly a lie either. This is gonna be the longest 10 months in Stratford’s history…

  41. 41 jezebel282


    “Council doesn’t have the testicular fortitude to go after this.”

    What is truly amazing is that this mayor spent $21,000+ on this private investigation and I am absolutely certain the ‘results” will be used as “evidence” in Christian Miron’s lawsuit against Mike Henrick.

    On it’s face, this whole mess should outrage even the most naive taxpayer.

  42. 42 1george1

    1991 had 3 referendums, which became Town Ordinances.

    1 – 2 % Budget Cap (Overturned by Administrative Judge vs. Palermo)

    2 – Term Limits (Jim Feehan + Kevin Williams circumvented – my opinion)


    If only I knew a RETIRED LAWYER who had resources and respect for the


    2) U. S. Code





    7) Strength in CRIMINAL and CIVIL LAW as it relates to:
    A) R. I. C. O.

    So far … push has not come to shove …
    At least not when I was fully aware of the realities ….

  43. 43 bollicks


  44. 44 nnanerak

    What in the hell are you talking about bollicks, or who are you talking to?
    If you have something valuable that you’d like to add go for it! You usually have interesting things to offer.

  45. 45 jezebel282


    Many of you may be aware that The Connecticut State Police Western District Major Crime Unit has been investigating the identity of the person who took the above picture of Deputy Thief Loschiavo’s unregistered and illegally parked car (no tickets were issued, of course).

    You may well wonder why the Major Crime Unit was involved. Good question. We don’t know either. What we do know is that the only way they would become involved would be by the request of John Buturla, Chief of Police.

    And why, you may well ask, would they bother? We also know that answer too. Apparently John Buturla is ready to announce his selection for Deputy Chief:

    “Captain Meraviglia was promoted from Lieutenant and will be the Executive Officer of Western District Headquarters. Capt. Meraviglia has been a Trooper for 22 years and has earned to Meritorious Service Awards and four Unit Citation Awards. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and lives in Stratford with his family.”

    Gee…isn’t he the same guy that is investigating who took that picture of Loschiavo’s unregistered illegally parked car?

    Let’s see, intimidating and threatening officers…yup, he looks qualified to me. This should work out well.

  46. 46 jezebel282


    On Feb 13th 2010, 16 months after this picture was published, the Western District Major Crime Unit of the Connecticut State Police (honest to goodness, the Major Crime Unit) has officially closed this case.

    Documentation, including the person who requested the investigation (any guesses?), has been promised.

  47. 47 jezebel282

    Memo to normal people:

    Anyone else, really, anyone else would have seen this article and said, “oops”. But NOT Joe Loschiavo nor John Buturla. Nope, instead in an awesome display of “juice”, they have to call in the resources of the Connecticut State Police.

    Hopefully, they will drown in their own…umm…errr…”juice”.

  48. 48 1george1

    # 47 is unclear. What were you writing about?

    # 43 is unclear. What were you writing about?

    > Somewhere I questioned how someone with disability retirement
    can have a business requiring stenuous physical work?
    > An Administrator or Sales person does not have to do strenuous
    physical work.
    > I have attended Pension Board Meetings. The Town and State do
    investigate disability people in order to disrupt pensions.
    – It is better to be positioned NOT to have problems than to be
    compromised, and lose pensions, despite working in pain.
    – Are any of the Councilors, Attorneys, HR sensitive?

  49. 49 jezebel282


    “What were you writing about?”


    Every time you post that’s the same question that occurs to every reader.

  50. 50 1george1


    I am glad to bring joy into your life.
    Jeze. some wondered if you had a sense of humor?

    Good line.

    More accurately: “often when George posts, many readers wonder…”

    Some of my posts are NOT for the blog readers in Stratford. (posted prior)
    They know who they are. You would not believe.

    Some of my posts are for a different set of blog readers in Stratford.
    They know and understand my points of reference. You do not.

    Some of my posts are for me. I will not explain.

    Many of my posts are meant as a mosaic and for people to draw their
    own conclusions, eveny by disagreeing with my conclusions.
    – Ron wrote I “connected” some local “dots.”
    I confuse him on other things.
    – Phyllis can state her position for herself, as can others.

  51. 51 jezebel282


    After much effort and FOI filings what we have discovered is that illiteracy is rampant in the Connecticut State Police:

    Connecticut State Police Document1

    Connecticut State Police Document2

    Nowhere on these pages was Douglas O’Meara ever described as having supplied the photo at the top.
    Beyond that, it is almost incredible to believe that not a single member of ANY law enforcement organization has ever contacted me ( to even ask who might have supplied the picture in question.

    Here’s an answer: It was NOT Douglas O’Meara.

    In addition, let’s see a show of hands. Who doesn’t know that this blog is edited by jezebel282?

    We PAID for the CSP to find that out.

  52. 52 omeara128

    Sgt. Tarra Ct State Police(Major Crime) in the narrative states that Douglas O’Meara to be the contributor of the photograph to this blog site, but that is a 100% percent lie. As you will see from the fax sent over from WORDPRESS to SGT. TARRA it states that there is no information on the photograph but Sgt Tarra states that wordpress identified me Douglas O’Meara to posting the picture, no wonder why they fought soooo hard for me to not get these reports, what they will go to in attempt to prosecute someone. TRULY DISGUSTING.

  53. 53 jezebel282


    Nowhere on this blog was it EVER stated who supplied any photo. (Usually, it’s the Town of Stratford itself). That only takes the ability to read.

    In your case, I think it was simply wishful thinking on Loschiavo’s part. Aside from the grief and stress you were put through, it is sad that we had to pay the Major Crime Unit of the CSP to conduct the silliest “investigation” ever.

  54. 54 1george1

    I guess I am not the only person who was set up with false testimony.

    Police LIE?

    Next you will post that LAWYERS and MANAGERS LIE?

  55. 55 omeara128

    Is it illegal for an officer who is going out on a blind date to run the girls name through DMV computer at Stratford PD and get a blow back of her license to she what she looks like before going out on a date with her?? I would think so…

    I made this complaint to Joan Hillard at Dept of Public Safety but nothing was done. But if you talk about someone driving an unregistered car which the state says it was registered(so I guess the info I got was a lie) then they do a warrant for your arrest.

  56. 56 jezebel282


    “to run the girls name through DMV computer at Stratford PD and get a blow back of her license to she what she looks like”

    To be honest, after seeing some of the officers and hearing about their conduct, it is obvious that there must be something wrong with the poor girl if she said “yes”.

    As for checking a plate registration, it is a fact that anyone on the planet can check whether or not a registration is valid without being a police officer. You just need to know the plate number and click a mouse:|#51590

  57. 57 omeara128


    So wait a second, you can punch in a plate number on the CT DMV website and it gives you the status of the plate….so the CT DMV goes through the same system NCIC/COLLECT…But the AG Attorney Sarnoski just stated to me that NCIC/COLLECT is for law enforcement purposes only, how can that be if its on a CT DMV website….UNREAL

  58. 58 omeara128

    A warrant done for my arrest for talking about the status of ones registration. wow. Its ironic the John Buturla worked with all the guys who investigated me. Politics 101

  59. 59 1george1
  60. 60 jezebel282


    “So wait a second, you can punch in a plate number on the CT DMV website and it gives you the status of the plate”

    Pretty much…

    Although I think NCIC gets their information from the DMV not the other way around.

  61. 61 omeara128


    Your right, NCIC Is linked to all DMV.

    Also, a few years back there was a dispatcher at Stratford PD(a dispatcher) who was in direct control of NCIC/COLLECT computers. Who was caught running background checks for her friends. So a dispatcher would need to punch in a Stratford Police Case #, and to use a supervisors last name and badge number to have the information authorized. Was an arrest warrant done for this individual? MMMM, I dont think so.

  62. 62 jezebel282


    “MMMM, I dont think so.”

    On the other hand I seem to recall a SPD captain and lieutenant who were arrested for logging into the system with their own authorized usernames and passwords. If I were a Stratford cop I wouldn’t go anywhere near a keyboard. You would just never know what you’d be arrested for.

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