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NORWICH CONNECTICUT – Lets bring up some history!
This is just a idea of the mental stability of the Norwich Police department and some of the characters that work or have worked there

With just one year under his belt as a Norwich police officer in 2003, Kenneth Nieves began a four-year relationship with a 14-year-old girl, state police allege.

The allegations — backing up recent sexual assault charges levied against the 45-year-old former officer — came to light Tuesday with the unsealing of the police warrant affidavit that details a state police investigation.

The allegations of sexual misconduct with the underage girl surfaced in September, while Nieves was still a sworn officer. Norwich police were conducting an internal investigation when Nieves admitted to Capt. Patrick Daley that he had sex with a woman in a Norwich police cruiser while on duty, according to the affidavit.

That same internal investigation uncovered allegations that Nieves, who was married, was involved with several other women, including someone who was underage. With his termination looming, Nieves retired.

Gave girl ride home

The woman, now 22, admitted she started her sexual relationship with Nieves when she was 14, according to the affidavit. She said Nieves would pick her up from her place of employment in Norwich and drive her home. Sometime in the winter of 2003-04, the unidentified girl said she had been upset because of a fight with her mother. Nieves picked her up that night, she told police.

“Nieves took advantage of the situation seeing that the victim was emotionally upset and kissed her on the mouth …,” according to the affidavit.

The two had sexual intercourse within the next two weeks while Nieves was on duty and while she was at work, police allege. The girl said it was her first time.

State police said Nieves also told the girl, “you know you can never tell anyone about this. I would lose my job and go to jail,” according to the affidavit. The girl said Nieves also took photos of her while she was nude or partially clothed. The relationship continued for about four years, police said.

Due in court Monday

Nieves, who is free on bond, is due back in court on Monday. He has not yet entered a plea in the case and could not be reached for comment. Attorney Chuck Tiernan, referred to in the arrest warrant affidavit, could not be reached for comment.

Nieves is charged with three counts each of second-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor

And lets not forget this winner!
Fired Norwich Police Officer Charged in Stonington Jewelry Burglary
Published June 16, 2015

Police have arrested two suspects, including a fired Norwich police officer, on accusations they smashed a plate glass window at a Stonington antique shop and stole jewelry early Monday morning.

Police charged former Norwich police officer Jamie D. Longolucco of Westerly, Rhode Island, and Meredith Soulia of Groton with criminal mischief, larceny and burglary.

At about 2 a.m., Stonington police received a 911 call from a resident who reported hearing the sound of breaking glass. The caller lives near near Yost Estate Jewelry and Stonington Antiques Etc. at 148 Water Street, police said. Another caller saw a car leaving the store and gave a description of it to police.

Longolucco and Soulia were arrested in connection to the incident and released on bond. They scheduled to appear in New London Superior Court on June 29.

The 41-year-old Longolucco was fired by Norwich police in 2007 after three arrests and a conviction on third-degree assault and breach of peace stemming from an off-duty fight with two women.

Longolucco and the 34-year-old Soulia do not have listed phone numbers and it was not known Tuesday if they are represented by lawyers.

Norwich Officer on Leave After Arrest in Farmington
Published January 23, 2019 • Updated on January 23, 2019 at 2:04 pm

A Norwich police officer has been placed on leave after he was arrested in Farmington Tuesday night and charged with driving under the influence, according to Norwich Police.

Chase Chiangi, 32, was off-duty and driving a personal vehicle when he was arrested during a routine traffic stop at 8:15 p.m., Norwich Police said.

Chiangi, who has been with the Norwich Police Department since 2008, was charged with failure to obey a stop sign and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor or drugs, according to Norwich Police. He is due in Hartford Superior Court on Jan. 30.

And here is more Norwich Connecticut Police in the NEWS

Former Norwich Police Officer Jamie Longolucco grudgingly resolved three pending criminal cases Wednesday and accepted 18 months of probation as punishment.

Former Norwich Police Officer Jamie Longolucco grudgingly resolved three pending criminal cases Wednesday and accepted 18 months of probation as punishment.

Longolucco, 34, of Griswold pleaded guilty under the Alford Doctrine to third-degree assault and two counts breach of peace in connection with a Nov. 3, 2007, fracas with a fellow officer at a New London apartment.

Police say Longolucco was drinking that night when his inappropriate comments led to a fight. Police say he punched one woman and inadvertently hit another.

In New London Superior Court Wednesday, Longolucco hesitated several times under questioning by Judge Susan B. Handy before he entered a plea.

“Do you want a trial, sir, or do you want a plea agreement?” Handy asked at one point.

“I’ll take the deal,” Longolucco said after a pause.

Longolucco claims he was unjustly targeted by Norwich police with a “stack of ludicrous charges,” and attempts to discredit him.

“Thousands of dollars have come out of my pocket because of an allegation,” Longolucco said. “I will never quit until my name is vindicated. No matter what.”

Under the plea agreement, state prosecutors dropped prosecution in two other criminal cases.

Longolucco was fired from the police department Dec. 22, a month after his 2007 arrest and the completion of an internal investigation. On the night he was fired, a friend drove an intoxicated Longolucco to the Jewett City Resident Trooper’s Office for “psychological help.” State police said Longolucco had “homicidal thoughts,” about Norwich Police Chief Louis Fusaro. Longolucco was arrested and jailed.

Burglary charge

He was arrested again in connection with a 2005 burglary in Mystic in which police allege he broke a glass storefront window and stole fake Faberge eggs from a window display. The state’s key witnesses in the case was a man Longolucco had helped put in prison on drug charges.

Fusaro cited a pattern of on-duty and off-duty misconduct for Longolucco’s termination. The November 2007 arrest was a tipping point, according to the internal investigation that indicates Longolucco missed training, abused sick time and acted inappropriately on several occasions.

The internal investigation notes Longolucco showed up uninvited at a Norwich woman’s residence in 2004 after drinking at a bar. The woman called 911, but Longolucco called the police dispatch center to “to let them know that I was there and not to have the responding officers respond,” according to police records. He was suspended as a result of the incident.

Longolucco said he intends to sue the Norwich Police Department for defamation and expose what he calls corruption at the department. He declined to elaborate.

Under Wednesday’s Alford Doctrine plea, Longolucco does not agree with all of the facts in the state’s case, but concedes there is enough evidence for a conviction.