An 18-year veteran of Connecticut state police has been charged with first-degree threatening and has been suspended amid an internal affairs investigation.
State police said they responded to the North Stonington home of David Greene to investigate after someone reported he threatened her.
The woman told police she and Greene had returned from an event just before midnight on August 26, when Greene made threatening statements that made her fear for her safety, according to state police. He had a firearm at the time of the incident, police said.
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Greene was arrested and has been charged with first-degree threatening.
State police said he was assigned to Troop E in Montville.
Greene is due back in court on Sept. 22.
It’s not clear if he has an attorney.