Facebook Threat Leads To An Arrest in Naugatuck

A threatening message leads to an arrest of a Waterbury woman.

Facebook can be a lot of fun, a way to keep in touch with family and friends, but it can also be used criminally as well, and that is what is alleged in Naugatuck. 

Naugatuck police say Linnea Savoy, 43, of Hillcrest Avenue in Waterbury, is accused of sending threatening messages on Facebook in which she threatened to harm the victim. 

Savoy turned herself into police on Monday. She was charged with breach of peace and second-degree harassment. She was released after posting $500 bond. 

chuck June 27, 2014 at 10:36 PM
Five years in jail would likely make her think twice about doing that again. Any other liberal measure would fail. Give her a suspended sentence and probation and she'll be back on Facebook faster than a fly goes to garbage.


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