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Crime State trooper under investigation after Hamden ‘disorderly conduct’ arrest

19:30  26 january  2020
19:30  26 january  2020 Source:   nhregister.com

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State police have stripped a trooper of his badge and gun and internal affairs is investigating after he was arrested by Hamden police for disorderly conduct.

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Dimitrie Bogiatzopoulos, who has served in the state police since 2007, had his police powers suspended, and “an internal affairs investigation is underway” state police said Sunday morning.

His supervisor also seized his department firearms, badge, identification, and police cruiser, police said.

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Disorderly conduct is a class c misdemeanor in the state of Connecticut that includes wide array of criminal activity.

That includes engaging in “fighting or in violent, tumultuous or threatening behavior,” annoying or interfering “with another person,” according to state statute.

It also includes making “unreasonable noise,” disturbing a “lawful assembly or meeting,” obstructing traffic, failure to disperse when told to do so, or committing “simple trespass.”

Bogiatzopoulos is the second state trooper to be arrested in just the last few days.

On Friday, Sgt. Gregory Smith was placed on leave after he was arrested by Southington police— the second time the state police officer was charged in just over six months.

The charges in that case were not immediately available.

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Smith was initially charged back in July with assault, threatening and reckless endangerment, according to the state’s judicial website.

His wife told police his temper became “increasingly volatile” towards her, including one incident in which he allegedly put her in a headlock and covered her mouth while she screamed for help, before pointing a gun at her.

Bogiatzopoulos and Smith both follow the Nov. 20 arrest of Sgt. John McDonald, a Western District Major Crimes Unit state police officer who officials said ran a stop sign and struck a family car in his state vehicle, injuring a woman and her daughter.

According to McDonald’s arrest warrant for driving under the influence and assault, among other charges, the sergeant had as many as eight beers during a retirement party at a nearby brewery shortly before the accident.

McDonald remains suspended from duty, and is due to appear in Middletown Judicial District court on Monday to face the criminal charges against him.

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