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Police: Waterbury man charged with fatal shooting of Bridgeport man near club earlier this month

BRIDGEPORT — Police charged a Waterbury man Tuesday evening with a shooting from earlier this month that left a Bridgeport man dead. Jaquan Bryant, 32, of Waterbury, was charged with murder and criminal possession of a firearm. His bond was set at $2.5 million, according to Scott Appleby, the director of Bridgeport’s Office of Emergency Management.
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Howard E. Nourse, 85, of Monterey, Mass.

Howard E. Nourse, 85, of Monterey died November 26, 2021 at home from Parkinson’s where he was cared for by his loving wife of 64 years with the assistance of Hospice. He was born October 7, 1936 in Great Barrington, the only child of Arthur and Lola Goewey Nourse. The family moved to New Marlborough before Howard started school. He was a 1955 graduate of the New Marlborough High School in Mill River, one in a class of nine. Five of those students went through all 12 grades together and remained lifelong best friends.
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Man ambushed outside of city store (video)

POUGHKEEPSIE – A man was shot as he was leaving the convenience store at 551 Main Street in the City of Poughkeepsie at about 6:30 Tuesday evening. The incident was captured on both store and city surveillance cameras in the area, according to police radio transmissions. A male victim suffering...
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Naugatuck Police hoping to identify thief who stole TVs from Walmart

NAUGATUCK — Police are looking to identify a person who allegedly stole two 65-inch televisions from Walmart Monday afternoon. The incident took place at the town’s Walmart around 1 p.m. The individual left the store with two 65-inch televisions without paying. Police said the televisions were valued at $833. Police...

Bridgeport News: Homicide Arrest

#Bridgeport This evening, Bridgeport Police said in a release that “detectives arrested Jaquan Bryant, 32 of Waterbury for fatally shooting Raheem Lynch on November 6, 2021. The evidence uncovered during the investigation shows that Bryant was involved in a physical altercation with a patron at Mystique, a club located at 2458 Main Street, at closing time. Bryant left the club, and shortly thereafter drove past that same patron. Bryant allegedly fired six shots at the man, missing him and striking the victim, who was sitting in a nearby car. The victim was not involved in the altercation and was not the intended target. Bryant is charged with Murder and Criminal Possession of a Firearm. His bond is set at $2,500,000.

Esposito sworn in as Danbury’s first new, elected mayor in 20 years: ‘We're looking at unity’

DANBURY — The city’s new mayor emphasized solidarity and his love of his hometown and family when he was sworn into the city’s highest elected office on Tuesday evening. “This is what Danbury is all about,” Republican Dean Esposito said as he remarked on the turnout at The Palace Danbury. “This is what we see and feel in Danbury, unity and working together and coming out in support of each other.”
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Saccu, Masuk rally past Naugatuck into Class L football semifinals

NAUGATUCK — It’s really a simple game plan when it comes down to it for Masuk: Get the football in your best player’s hands as often as you can. Whether Nick Saccu was lined up at wideout, in the back field or in shotgun at quarterback - where he was most of the second half — the senior was going to touch the ball plenty Tuesday night against Naugatuck.

Three Dead, Eight Wounded In US High School Shooting

A 15-year-old student opened fire at his Michigan high school on Tuesday, killing three teenagers and wounding eight other people before surrendering to police, authorities said, in what was the deadliest US school shooting so far this year. Eight others, including one teacher, were wounded in the attack, which took...