Bethel PD: Charges on fake postcards ‘completely false and fabricated’
BETHEL — Police are investigating after fake Neighborhood Watch postcards have popped up with false accusations against various town residents.
In a photos posted by the police department on Facebook, the names are redacted but show that someone distributed letters claiming to be from a Neighborhood Watch program, providing insight into charges against some Bethel residents.
But according to police, those fliers contained “fale accusations/information regarding various Bethel residents claiming that the named person and/or their family members have been arrested for various crimes.”
“In all cases we have received thus far, the accusations are completely false and fabricated,” police said, adding that they are not coming from the department or any legitimate source.
Anyone with questions or information about these fliers is asked to call Detective Sgt. Bryce at 203-744-7900, ext. 114.