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Town of Cheshire
84 South Main Street
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Officer Dave Kehoss
Phone: (203) 271-5541
Fax (203) 271-5563
Traffic Officer Dave Kehoss is assigned to the day shift Monday through Friday.
primarily performs a number of Traffic Authority and Administrative functions.
works closely with various town agencies related to site plan and / or certificate of occupancy compliance issues.
also participates in serious and fatal motor vehicle crash investigations.
may also be assigned to routine motor vehicle crash investigations and enforcement, as well as support for Patrol Division functions when needed.
Officer Kehoss oversees local wrecker services that tow vehicles for Cheshire Police.
Since 1990, he has been the Fleet Manager and is responsible for the purchasing, selling and he oversee the maintenance of all department vehicles.
is a Traffic Crash Reconstructionist, certified by the Institute of Police Technology and Management
, Jacksonville, Florida.
As a Reconstructionist, he
investigates and reconstructs serious and fatal motor vehicle crash investigations.
Officer Kehoss is the RADAR / LASER instructor for Cheshire Police.
He is a member of the Cheshire Police Motorcycle Squad.
Officer Kehoss was sworn on November 29, 1982 and has held his position in the Traffic Division since 1985.
Thomas exited the vehicle and did ...
Thomas exited the vehicle and did not report any injuries, according to Officer David Kehoss.
was lucky," said Kehoss
, who arrived on the scene immediately after the accident.
"It shows the importance of wearing a seatbelt."
stated that, because the vehicle had not been involved in a head-on collision, Thomas' airbags did not deploy, meaning that, had she
not been wearing her
seatbelt there is a good chance she
would have been injured.
was issued a written warning for driving too fast for conditions.
Greg Ferry, 32, a Cheshire resident ...
Greg Ferry, 32, a Cheshire resident and guidance counselor at Cheshire High School, was traveling northbound on Route 10 at approximately 9:40 a.m. when his vehicle, a grey Nissan Maxima, was struck by a blue Dodge Caravan, attempting to turn left into the shopping plaza at 945 South Main Street, according to Officer David Kehoss.
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Last week, Cheshire Police Officers David Kehoss and Jeffrey Falk worked in tandem, spotting violators and pulling them over.
"The Waterbury Connecticut Republican American Newspaper"
But Cheshire Police Officer Dave Kehoss isn't so certain.He rents a tidy home along the trail and is hopeful that someone might come forward with more information.
"There's no doubt he's
gone, and it's doubtful he
would have left on his