PD: Sandy Hook man charged after causing disturbance on Connecticut-bound plane


A man from Sandy Hook is facing charges after he allegedly caused a disturbance on an inbound flight to Bradley International Airport on Tuesday night.

According to officials, air traffic control was notified of a disturbance on an inbound flight 10 minutes out.

Police stated that they learned that a man on the flight, which originated in Denver, was intoxicated and disrupting the flight attendants and other passengers.

Troopers met the plane on its arrival at the gate.

Officers said 31-year-old Jeffrey Levasseur was disruptive in the terminal, being very loud and using profanity “numerous times.”

He was arrested and charged with breach of peace.

Levasseur was held on a $7,500 bond.

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