Connecticut cops charged over on-duty hotel rendezvous

Connecticut cops charged over on-duty hotel rendezvous


A pair of Connecticut cops who were busted together inside a Norwalk hotel room while on duty are now facing criminal charges.

But police won’t say why.

Officers Sara Laudano, 31, and Michael Dimeglio, 38, were suspended after they were nabbed inside the Even Hotel on Oct. 10 while “not in a condition to respond to calls for service,” city officials said on Facebook on Tuesday.

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Police brass put the two cops on administrative leave and launched an investigation that later led to arrest warrants being issued — but they’re still mum on details of the sordid incident.

Both officers surrendered Tuesday to face charges of larceny and reckless endangerment, and both were ordered held on $75,000 bonds.

However, Laudano, a five-year veteran of the department was also charged with risk of injury to a child in the case.

“While I am appalled at the behavior of the conduct that was exhibited by these officers while in an on-duty

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