Man Accused of Threatening to Kill CCSU Student: Police | NBC Connecticut

Man Accused of Threatening to Kill CCSU Student: Police



    Daniel Smedley is accused of threatening to kill a female CCSU student.

    Police are asking Central Connecticut State University students to be on alert after the school received information from another police agency that Daniel Smedley, 24, of New Britain, threatened to kill a female commuter student, according to a news release from the CCSU police department.

    Police said Smedley has been banned from campus and is subject to immediate arrest if he violates the ban.

    Police are asking any student to call police if they see him on campus.

    Smedley might be driving a 2004 Chevrolet Trail Blazer, driving a car with Connecticut license plate 655-XWC.

    If you see him, call 860-832-2394, 860-832-2381 or CCSU police dispatch at 860-832-2375.

    Smedley had charges pending in Berlin for forgery and larceny. He pleaded not guilty, according to court records.

    He is due in court on Tuesday for a charge in Torrington of illegal delivery of liquor to a minor.

    He also has several larceny and forgery charges pending in Plainville and New Britain.

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