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Arrest Made In Connection To Fatal Shooting Of Connecticut Man In Brooklyn

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A man has been arrested in connection to a fatal shooting that happened in Brooklyn back in June. Police say 29-year-old Ramel Chapman, of Brooklyn, is facing charges in the death 33-year-old Sean Robinson, of Stamford, Connecticut. The shooting happened on Morgan Avenue in East Williamsburg just after 12:30 a.m. on June 14. Chapman allegedly approached Robinson, who was sitting in the passenger seat of a Ford Mustang, and shot him in the back. Police say Chapman then approached the 38-year-old man who was in the driver’s seat, hit him with a gun and took his chain. After the incident, the man drove to a local hospital, where Robinson was pronounced dead. Chapman has been charged with murder, robbery and criminal possession of a weapon.
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New Haven, CTNew Haven Register

New Haven police investigate shooting

NEW HAVEN — Police are investigating a shooting on Quinnipiac Avenue Friday evening. New Haven police spokesman Officer Scott Shumway said the scene is still active as of around 8:45 p.m. It was not immediately clear how many people had been shot. Police said more information would be released.
Bridgeport, CTWTNH.com

Person shot following large fight on Atwater Street in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH)– One person was shot following a large fight on Atwater Street Monday night. Just after 11:30 p.m., Bridgeport police received a call reporting a fight on Atwater Street involving 15-20 people. Shortly after, officials received a call reporting a person was shot. The victim was able to...
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West Haven, CTWTNH.com

Man arrested for reckless driving on boardwalk in West Haven

WEST HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Police have made an arrest in connection to an incident last week where a man was driving recklessly on the West Haven boardwalk. Last week, West Haven PD were notified of a Jeep Wrangler driving on the boardwalk in West Haven. Police say the person was driving with complete disregard for pedestrian safety. Photos were sent to local authorities by residents walking by. Shore Patrol officers identified the driver’s identification and sent out an arrest warrant.
Westbrook, CTaudacy.com

Vehicle recovered, person of interest in medical center stabbing

WESTBROOK, Conn. (WTIC Radio)_ Connecticut State Police have recovered a car and have identified a person of interest in a stabbing at a medical facility. Police are continuing to follow leads in the case of a person stabbed in the parking lot of the Middlesex Health Shoreline Medical Facility on Thursday afternoon.
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Bridgeport, CTDoingItLocal

Bridgeport News: Assault With A Dangerous Weapon

2021-07-30@9:32pm–#Bridgeport CT– Police were dispatched for an assault with a dangerous weapon in the 400 block of Hallett Street. What kind of weapon I do not know because, well, you know, Joe took the press’s police radios away. What I observed was a woman leaving the scene in the ambulance with what appeared to a hand injury. I also observed multiple police looking in the white car and it appeared they were looking in for shell casings on the ground and up to the top of the house for possible bullet holes. Whether my observations are correct or what they are looking for we might be lucky to know by tomorrow, but not enough time to alert you to a possible situation in town.
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Latest Bemer lawsuit charges businessman with abuse

A new lawsuit filed against Glastonbury resident Bruce Bemer accuses the wealthy businessman of sexually abusing and trafficking a man over the course of four years. The lawsuit, filed anonymously in Hartford Judicial District on Thursday, is one of numerous actions against Bemer that have been filed in recent years.
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Man, Woman Nabbed For Stealing Pocketbooks At Long Island Supermarkets, Police Say

A Long Island man and woman have been arrested after a vehicle crash when it was discovered they allegedly stole multiple pocketbooks from women at area supermarkets. Suffolk County Police said Tariasha Smith, age 25, of West Babylon, was driving a 2015 Volkswagen Jetta at the Lidl supermarket parking lot, in Oakdale, on Wednesday, Julyy 28, when she noticed a woman left her pocketbook in a shopping cart, while she was putting her groceries in her car.
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Two Shot, One Fatally, At Same Location In CT

Two people were shot, one fatally, at the same location in Connecticut. The latest round of bullets flying took place around 11 p.m., Thursday, July 29, in Hartford in the area of 29 Elliott St. When officers responded after being notified of the shooting by a Shot Spotter activation, they...
Hamden, CTWTNH.com

Hamden PD: Man arrested after shooting woman in the chest on Dix Street

HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A New Haven was arrested Monday in connection to shooting a woman in the chest on June 9. Hamden police arrested De-Saiti Ware, 19, of New Haven in connection to the shooting. He is charged with Assault 1st Degree, Illegal Discharge of a Firearm, Breach of Peace 2nd Degree, and Violation of a Pistol Permit.
Fairfield, CTDoingItLocal

Fairfield News: Fraudulent Prescriptions

#Fairfield CT– On February 03, 2021, the Fairfield Police Department arrested Kelsey Confident (DOB: 05-05-99) and Paul Ogunwomoju (DOB: 12-02-97), both of Jamaica, NY., after they were found working together to pass fraudulent prescriptions at local pharmacies in Fairfield. They were both charged with narcotic and forgery charges and were released after posting a $5,000.00 bond to appear at Bridgeport Superior Court. After their arrest, Fairfield Detectives further investigated the duo and learned that they were involved in identity theft, and passing fraudulent narcotic prescriptions in several states. On 07-28-2021, the duo were arrested by warrant and they were charged with two counts of Forgery, Conspiracy to Possess Narcotics WITS, Conspiracy to Possess Narcotics, Illegally Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Fraud and Trafficking in Personal Identifying Information. They were held on a $250,000.00 court set bond and given a court to appearance at GA 2 Bridgeport Superior Court on 08-11-21.