It is very nice to be in this great town! I began my career in law enforcement in 2006 with the Connecticut Department of Correction. I left the DOC in 2013 and joined the City of Bristol Police Department. During my short time at BPD I was hired by the Connecticut State Police in June of 2013 and was a member of the 123rd Training Troop. Being a part of the CT Sate Police has always been my dream. After graduating in January of 2014, I was assigned as a patrol Trooper to Troop H, in Hartford as my first assignment. In 2019 I transferred to Troop K (Colchester) to be closer to home. In July of 2020, I worked as a temporary Resident Trooper in the Town of Bolton and was later assigned as the temporary Marlborough Resident Trooper before accepting the position permanently. My family and I relocated to “this side of the river” from Bristol in May of 2016. We find life to be less hectic out here. My wife and I have two young very active boys. I enjoy my time coaching youth football and volunteering as a board member for the Colchester Cougars Youth Football Organization. My family and I enjoy spending time at the beach as well as hiking various places in the state with our German
Shepherd, Valor. I take pride in all that I do and am very grateful for this opportunity to serve and protect the community of Marlborough, CT.