New Canaan man accused in standoff appears in court

A New Canaan man that police say engaged them in a 10-hour standoff over the weekend appeared in court today.Authorities say Scott Deicas, 48, had

NEW CANAAN - A New Canaan man that police say engaged them in a 10-hour standoff over the weekend appeared in court today.

Authorities say Scott Deicas, 48, had been making threats to kill Weston school and town officials, some of which were posted on YouTube.

Police say Deicas barricaded himself inside his home on Ponus Ridge Road late Friday night.

They say he worked for the bus company that serviced the Weston School District before being transferred amid complaints from children.

Deicas? bond was set at $250,000 and he was also ordered to cooperate with a mental health and drug addiction center.

New Canaan man holds standoff against police

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