By Phyllis Swebilius
BETHANY — A former Shelton police officer who was fired following an internal affairs investigation into his alleged involvement in a larceny case was expected to turn himself in at state police Troop I barracks this afternoon.
The Valley Independent Sentinel is reporting that Loren Casertano will face drug charges.
Casertano recently filed a lawsuit, seeking compensatory damages exceeding $15,000, and the erasure of records related to the criminal case against him from internal affairs reports.
Casertano was fired in May 2011.
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