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Millstone Power Plant, Nuclear Security Officer, James F. Hodgdon Jr

A 56-year-old nuclear security officer at the Millstone Power Station has been charged with the murder of his wife and is being held on $1 million bond, according to statements made in court Tuesday.

James F. Hodgdon is accused of shooting and killing his wife, Dianna Hodgdon, 58, at the couple’s home at 6 Forestview Drive in Norwich on Labor Day.

According to a police report, James Hodgdon admitted to shooting his wife in their garage as they wrestled for control of a loaded shotgun after arguing all day. He told police that he had contemplated suicide, and had called his supervisor at the Millstone Nuclear Power Station, where he worked as a security guard, and said that if he didn’t show up at work, there were letters in his locker to be sent out. He also posted a “goodbye” on his Facebook page, according to the report.

Norwich Police Charge Man With Killing Wife

Hartford Courant – ‎7 hours ago‎
He told police that he had contemplated suicide, and had called his supervisor at the MillstoneNuclear Power Station, where he worked as a security guard, and said that if he didn’t show up at work, there were letters in his locker to be sent out. He

Norwich man charged with murdering wife appears in court

Norwich Bulletin – ‎1 hour ago‎
As he sat with the gun, he called his supervisor at the Millstone Nuclear Power Station, where he has worked as a security guard for 26 years, and told the person that if he didn’t show up at work that there were letters in his locker to be sent out to

Story image for security guard from NBC Connecticut

Security Guard at Millstone Power Plant Charged With Wife’s Murder

NBC Connecticut2 hours ago
A 56-year-old security guard at the Millstone Power Station has been charged with the murder of his wife and is being held on $1 million bond, …
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Millstone Power Station, located in southeast Connecticut, generates enough electricity from its two operational units to power about 500,000 homes.

Unit 1 began commercial operation in December 1970, and ceased operating in July 1998. It is being decommissioned. Unit 2 began commercial operation in December 1975, and it generates 869.5 megawatts. Unit 3, which began operating in April 1986, generates 1,210 megawatts. Dominion acquired the station in March 2001.

Situated three miles west-southwest of New London, Millstone was named after the site’s historic granite quarry that produced high-quality millstones and structural building granite.

Emergency Preparedness

Below are links to Connecticut’s nuclear power plant emergency preparedness guide for the general public. It contains information about nuclear power plants and specific emergency planning information for Millstone Power Station. You can also visit the Connecticut emergency site.

About The Environment

Continuing studies show that Millstone has very minimal effects on the environment. A radiological monitoring program has shown virtually no environmental impact from operation of the station.

Educational Resources

Read our Media Manual for general information on the station, nuclear power, radiation, plant components and systems, emergency procedures, security and much more. If you have questions about Millstone or want to know where to find information about nuclear energy, call (860) 444-5797. Also consider our educational programs.

Directions

If you are planning a visit to Millstone, select/print the appropriate map(s) below:

LEOSU, LEOSU-DC, Security Guard Union, Union for Security Guards, Security Officers Union, Union for Security Officers, Labor Union, Unions

Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU) America’s Newest 9(b)3 Security Union For Law Enforcement Security Police, Special Police, Security Guards, Security Officers & Security Professionals in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Washington DC Capitol Region and throughout the Northeast.

Visit the Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU) website @ www.LEOSU.Org

 

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