Windsor Locks voters are today deciding whether to give $460,000 to a town police sergeant who was acquitted of interfering with a fatal crash investigation involving his son.
At a public meeting Thursday night at town hall, Windsor Locks residents debated whether to pay $460,000 to a town police sergeant, to get him to stop trying to return to the force.
In a swift move Wednesday night, the Windsor Locks Police Commission stood by its initial decision regarding Robert Koistinen.
A former Windsor Locks Police sergeant Robert Koistinen accused of hindering a manslaughter investigation that targeted his son.
As part of his defense, a former Windsor Locks Police Sergeant today testified about his actions, when he responded to a crash in which his son struck and killed a teenage bicyclist.
A former Windsor Locks police sergeant is going on trial for allegedly hindering an investigation of his son in connection with a car accident that killed a 15-year-old boy in 2010.