Philippe Patricio, a Bethel man who served about nine months in a New York state prison for breaking into Danbury Municipal Airport in June and drunkenly taking a joyride to Westchester County Airport, is now back in this state to face his Connecticut charges.
Patricio is being held in the Danbury police station lock-up and is scheduled to be arraigned today in Superior Court. Danbury officers picked up Patricio from Westchester County Jail Wednesday morning and brought him back to Danbury, where he is being held on $1 million.
Patricio’s charges in Danbury include circumventing airport security, a felony. He is also facing drunken driving charges in Danbury for other times when he was stopped in his automobile by Connecticut authorities.
Dummy is back in Danbury
Time: 2:53 PM
Gallo out; DaSilva in
Time: 4:54 PM
Hopefully, the Democrats can now come together and work for the common good of the city. Spending less time fussing among themselves and directing their criticism as a whole towards the mayor will be a step in the right direction.
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