Man Accused of Intoxicated Hit-and-Runs in Hamden

Police have arrested a man accused of three intoxicated hit-and runs in Hamden Monday morning. 

Police said they received calls about several hit-and-runs around 8:30 a.m. and 35-year-old Joseph Krueger, of Stamford, is accused of committing them. 

First Krueger hit a parked vehicle in the parking lot of 105 Sanford Street, then fled from the scene, police said. 

Moments later, he hit a large metal sign at a local business on Sanford Street, then proceeded to the intersection of Dixwell Avenue and Sanford Street, where he struck another vehicle and fled again, according to police. 

Shortly after, Krueger stuck a third vehicle at Whitney Avenue and Waite Street, police said. 

Taylor Cannon said 2017 Toyota Corolla was parked at the bank and it was sideswiped. 

Krueger was charged with three counts of evading responsibility, driving while intoxicated, operating under suspension, following too closely and failure to obey a control signal. 

He was released after posting a $2,500 bond is due in court in Meriden on June 1.

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