Posted by The Hour, written by Leslie Lake, Saturday October 27, 2012
NORWALK — Dan Godleski and his metal detector come to the rescue yet again for a Norwalk family. In a span of 10 minutes, Godleski did what the Kodonas family had been attempting to do for four years.
On a fall Saturday morning four years ago, John Kodonas was mowing his lawn at his West Rocks Road home; his 3-year-old son Konstantinos playing in the yard.
“I put my ring down so it wouldn’t get dirty, mowed the lawn, came inside to get cleaned up, and realized my wedding ring was gone,” John said. “I looked everywhere for it and then finally I asked my son if he had seen my ring. He said, ‘yes, I threw it.’ I asked him why he did that and he said, ‘I don’t know.’ “
Kodonas, his wife Stacey, and his parents spent hours searching the half-acre property for the 18 karat gold and platinum wedding band, but came up empty.
-Taken from Article
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