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Do you have a tip on narcotics use or a crime? Call (860) 675-BITE(2483). Leave as much detail as possible. Callers can remain anonymous.

Please feel free to call or email us with any questions. Detectives can be reached by calling (860) 675-2460.

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Detective Division  
Sgt. Sean Bailey
Det. Susan Tyler
Det. Doug Frink
Det. Jason Hughes

Reservoir Homicide


On September 24, 1998, 26 year-old Agneiszka (Agnes) Ziemlewski was found shot to death on a walking trail on the MDC reservoir property, near Old Mountain Rd. in Farmington. Even after hundreds of interviews with witnesses and friends and co-workers of Agnes, as well as a reward of $50,000 being offered by the State of Connecticut, no arrest has been made.

Agnes emigrated to this country from Poland with her family in the early 1980's. She had lived in Hartford with her parents and two sisters before moving to an apartment of her own in West Hartford. Agnes graduated from the University of Connecticut and was working at United Health Care in Hartford at the time of her death. Agnes' father passed away in September of 1999 without his daughter's killer being arrested. Anyone with any information regarding this case is urged to call the Farmington Police Dept. Detective Unit at (860) 675-2460 or the Farmington Police Dept. Tip Line at (860) 675-2483. All calls will be kept confidential.

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