Package sent to James Comey’s former Westport home deemed not suspicious
WESTPORT — A package sent to James Comey’s former Westport home early Thursday was later deemed not suspicious by the Stamford Bomb Squad, police said.
Police received a call from the owners of 6 Westway Road about a package addressed to the former FBI Director, Westport Police Lieutenant Jillian Cabana said.
“With everything going on recently, out of an abundance of caution, we temporarily closed the road. Stamford Bomb Squad came out and was able to determine there was nothing in the package,” Cabana said.
Cabana did not know the contents of the package found in the mailbox of the home, which the Comeys sold to David and Sara Krasne for $2.475 million in January 2017, according to the Westport Tax Assessor’s website.
Westway Road was closed between Greens Farms Road and the Fairfield town line between 9:15 and 11 a.m., Cabana said.
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