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Norwich police: Unoccupied vehicle shot multiple times

NORWICH — An unoccupied vehicle parked outside a Boswell Avenue location was shot multiple times Saturday in what police are calling a targeted attack. Police said they responded to 575 Boswell Ave. around 6 p.m. Saturday for a report of gunshots. According to police, an unoccupied vehicle outside that location had been hit by multiple bullets, though nobody was injured during the incident.
NORWICH, CT
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Police investigate Norwich shooting

Norwich ― Police are investigating shots fired at 575 Boswell Ave. around 6 p.m. Saturday, Norwich Police Sgt. Chris Chastang said. He said no people were hit by gunfire, and there appears to only be property damage. In responding to a report of shots fired, officers found the reporting...
NORWICH, CT
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Flock of birds

View of a large flock of birds spotted at Ocean Beach Park Saturday flying along the shoreline of Long Island Sound in the area of New London and Waterford.
WATERFORD, CT

NL Police aim to crush illegal dirt bikes, ATVs

New London ― Police have amassed a collection of 30 dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles that have an appointment with a scrap yard crusher. Held at an undisclosed location for safe keeping, the stored vehicles were accumulated over the past four years as part of the attempt to address what police say is an ongoing problem ― the reckless operation of the off-road vehicles on city streets.
NEW LONDON, CT

From Korea to Egypt to Vermont, pastor lands at Gales Ferry church

Ledyard ― Through his childhood and into young adulthood, Yunki Kim identified how society labeled him: He was a Korean immigrant living in Egypt, the pastor’s kid, the one going to a nice college. But that changed when he was doing the two years of military service mandated in Korea and he was assigned to assist the chaplain, counseling soldiers.
GALES FERRY, CT
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NL man nabbed as suspect in theft of $10,000 in jewelry

Waterford — Police on Thursday arrested a 36-year-old New London man on charges connected to the theft of $10,000 worth of items from a local jewelry store. Miguel Hernandez of 206 Laurel Drive in New London was charged Thursday with second-degree larceny following investigation into the Sept. 5 theft from Kay Jewelers at the Crystal Mall in Waterford.
NEW LONDON, CT
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