A Winsted man who is accused of threatening to kill everyone at a Canton daycare last month has been arrested in Winchester, accused of making threats against police officers.
David Ragozzine, 29, of Winsted, was arrested Tuesday on an outstanding arrest warrant charging him with threatening in the second degree and breach of the peace in the second degree.
Winchester police said details of the arrest are not available. The judge ordered the arrest warrant sealed.
Ragozzine was being held at the Hartford Detention Facility on unrelated charges stemming from threats he is accused of making to employees of Joni’s Daycare and Preschool in Canton on July 22.
According to court paperwork in that case, the manager of the preschool told police that Ragozzine is the husband of an employee there and that he called yelling, using profanity and threatneing language.
She also reported that Ragozzine said he was coming to come to the daycare and beat another employee and was going to kill everyone if they didn't stop interfering with his marriage.
Police said this also comes after a domestic disturbance in Winsted on July 27.
Bail is set at $350,000.