Former Hartford Chief of Staff arrested

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)-- The former Hartford Chief of Staff was arrested Tuesday, for his use of the city of Hartford vehicle.

Jared Kupiec, 30, turned himself into police at 4:28 PM, and was charged with using a motor vehicle without the owner's permission and interfering with police.

The arrest warrant was obtained by the Hartford Police Department's Internal Affairs Division.

Kupiec was released on a written promise to appear. His court date is schedule for August 8th. The matter is being turned over to the Connecticut States Attorney's Office.

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