West Haven Police
Police said Sean Reposa threatened to shoot and kill apartment building staff if they towed his car.
A 24-year-old West Haven man has been arrested, accused of threatening to shoot and kill staff at his apartment building if they towed his car.
Police responded to 278 Main Street in West Haven when building management staff reported that a tenant, Sean Reposa, threatened them because his vehicle had previously been towed from the property.
According to building staff members, Reposa left a note saying he has a rifle and he will come and kill them if his vehicle gets towed.
When police checked Reposa’s car, they found another threat.
“Touch my Baby and I’ll kill yours,” it said.
Officers found Reposa inside his apartment, where he had a Savage 30.06 rifle and 58 magazines for different weapons, police said.
Reposa was arrested and charged with threatening and breach of peace.
He told NBC Connecticut that he does not want to say too much because this is an ongoing court case, but he never intended any harm to his property manager or the staff at his apartment complex.
Officers confiscated Reposa’s weapons, along with other items.
He was held on $10,000 bond and is due in court on Oct. 29.