Montville Town Police will once again be conducting a tonight in an undisclosed Montville location.
Following an August 22 police checkpoint,
According to online court records, the file of Pomazon, 56, of 90 Pequot Road, has been sealed, triggered when an offender agrees to enter in to a DUI diversionary program.
Called an Alcohol Education Program, it’s a pre-trial diversionary program that allows first time offenders arrested for driving under the influence the chance to “seek alcohol education while avoiding a conviction.”
His next court appearance is Oct. 30.
For tonight's checkpoint, police may receive possible assistance from other members in the Southeastern Connecticut Regional Traffic Enforcement team, according to Officer Robin Salvatore. Those towns include Stonington, Waterford, Clinton, East Lyme, Ledyard, Norwich, Groton Town and Groton City police departments.
According to Montville Police Officer Robin Salvatore, the sobriety checkpoint is made possible by a grant from the Connecticut Department of Transportation under 2012 Comprehensive DUI Enforcement funds. Montville Town Police received approximately $74,200.00 in grant funding in 2012.