Roxbury, CT

Mid-Hudson News Network

Man killed in Amenia stabbing

AMENIA – A man who was stabbed by an attacking neighbor died at the scene, despite life-saving efforts by first responders. State Police arrested the suspect at the scene. The story was published by Mid-Hudson News on Sunday as the events were unfolding at 173 South Amenia Road and can be found HERE.
Picture for Man killed in Amenia stabbing

New Sandwich Shop Opens Doors for Business North of Bridgeport and Owner is Harrison County Native

Their menu has a variety of different hoagies, sandwiches and salads. Options range from the classic steak to the more unique white pizza grilled cheese. “Our menu is, it leans more twists like Italian style. It’s not primarily Italian but that’s what it leans towards,” Dinah Hickman manager of Uncle Ronnie’s sandwich shop said. “It’s easy to just come and pick it up instead of making it yourself.”
Connecticut Post

Police: Driver ID’d in fatal pedestrian hit-and-run in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT — Investigators seized a vehicle and identified a driver in connection with a fatal pedestrian crash last week, according to police officials. Just before 6 a.m. on Jan. 13, patrol officers, medics and fire units responded to the area of Main and Hillview streets for a reported serious crash, Traffic Division Sgt. Darryl Wilson said.
Bristol Press

Woman assaulted, robbed outside Bed, Bath and Beyond on Queen Street in Southington

SOUTHINGTON – Police are asking for information from the public after a woman was assaulted and robbed on Sunday outside a local retailer. The incident was reported around 2 p.m. at Bed, Bath and Beyond at 825 Queen St. where a woman was walking near the sidewalk when an SUV with masked suspects inside was seen before one of them got out of the vehicle and approached the woman. Police said the suspect snatched the woman’s purse off of her shoulder before she was pushed to the ground while trying to hold onto her bag.
Connecticut Post

Police: Teens charged after knifepoint robberies in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT — Two teens have been charged after a slew of knifepoint street robberies in various areas of the city over the last several weeks, according to police. Detective Jeffrey A. Holtz, of the department’s Robbery/Burglary Unit, credited the arrests to officers William Reilly Jr. and Joseph Albani.
Register Citizen

Police: Man accused of armed Meriden home invasion

MERIDEN — A man faces charges and a gun was recovered after a home invasion on Old Colony Road over the weekend, according to police. Camron Wilson, 22, was charged with home invasion, criminal possession of a firearm or ammunition, criminal use of a weapon, risk of injury to a minor, first-degree reckless endangerment, first-degree threatening, second-degree criminal mischief and illegal possession of a large-capacity magazine.

Police: Missing Naugatuck teen could be in Bridgeport area

NAUGATUCK — Authorities are asking for the public’s help to report any sightings of a missing local teen, who was last seen about a week ago. Police said 15-year-old Tyler Walker was last seen leaving his Naugatuck home around 11:30 a.m. on Jan. 11. On Monday, police issued an “attempt to locate” for Walker after his family reached out to authorities for help finding him.
Bristol Press

Woman no longer faces charges after previously being accused of knocking a man out of his wheelchair

BRISTOL – A Hamden woman no longer faces charges after previously being accused of knocking a disabled man out of his wheelchair. Taleequa Arrington, 29, had been charged with one felony count of first-degree burglary and three misdemeanor counts of third-degree assault of an elderly victim, second-degree breach of peace and third-degree criminal mischief.