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Aimee L. Cooley

Child Protective Unit Caseworker

Department of Social Services

HQ Phone:  (860) 594-2000

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Department of Social Services

2800 Berlin Turnpike

Newington, Connecticut,06131

United States

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The Connecticut Tech Act Project (CTTAP) operates out of the State of Connecticut, Department of Rehabilitation Services (DORS). Our goal is to help individuals with disabilities of all ages and all disabilities, as well as family members, employers, educators... more

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“The job duties” of Aimee L. Cooley, 41, of 15739 County Route 3, “had already been restricted” before Ms. Cooley’s arrest by state police Sunday afternoon on Interstate 81 in the town of Sandy Creek, Mrs. Cerow said.
Police said Ms. Cooley had a blood alcohol content of 0.25 percent, resulting in a charge of aggravated driving while intoxicated. A BAC of 0.18 percent is the threshold for aggravated DWI under state law; the threshold for DWI is 0.08 percent. Because she had an 11-year-old boy riding with her, she also was charged with felony aggravated DWI under Leandra’s Law. Ms. Cooley was driving from a hockey tournament about 1 p.m. Sunday when, while driving north, she was halted for speeding at 80 mph in a 65-mph zone, police said. The child riding with her was not her 11-year-old son, but a friend of her son whom she was taking home, police said. Mrs. Cerow said Ms. Cooley has been a child protective unit caseworker with the Department of Social Services since 1997. Ms. Cooley had not been suspended from her job as of Wednesday, according to Mrs. Cerow, who added that Ms. Cooley had not been in the office since the incident, “and we don’t expect her to be in for some time.” Ms. Cooley had not been suspended from her job as of Wednesday, according to Mrs. Cerow, who added that Ms. Cooley had not been in the office since the incident, “and we don’t expect her to be in for some time.”


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