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Waterbury police: Apartment filled with drugs, illegal guns discovered during welfare check

Waterbury police allegedly found more than 4,000 bags of drugs and multiple illegally owned weapons during a welfare check on a building following complaints of a water leak. Patrol officers went to 45 Silver Street on Monday to check on a water leak and found an apartment on the third floor filled with narcotics, the Waterbury Police Department said. Police went back with a search and seizure ...
WATERBURY, CT
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Eyewitness News

Man crashes into police cruisers, arrested on gun and narcotics charges

WATERBURY, Conn. (WFSB) - Last Friday, Waterbury officers noticed a car parked illegally with multiple motor vehicle violations in the area of 104 Farmcrest Drive. Officers attempted to conduct a motor vehicle stop when the driver, Jose Corporan, 22, accelerated and reversed into two police cruisers. Corporan was then taken...
WATERBURY, CT
Eyewitness News

Police: 26-year-old in critical condition after Waterbury shooting

WATERBURY, Conn. (WFSB) - At around 3:30 p.m. this afternoon, Waterbury Police received complaints of shots fired with a gunshot wound victim. Police say they located a 26-year-old victim who is currently in stable but critical condition at Saint Mary’s Hospital. Waterbury Police add that they are still trying...
WATERBURY, CT
nhschiefadvocate.org

The Tribe Table Podcast: Fall Athletes of the Month

Check out the debut episode of the Tribe Table Podcast, hosted by Nonnewaug library media specialist Deb Flaherty. This episode spotlights the Chief Advocate’s athletes of the month from September and October: Charlotte D’Alexander, Jake Cenatiempo, Sara Norton, and Ben Roden. Follow the Nonnewaug Library Media Center on...
WOODBURY, CT
mycitizensnews.com

Police blotter for Nov. 24

JOSEPH LEVINE, 31, 39 Horton Hill Road, Naugatuck, disorderly conduct, Oct. 31. SANJIT FONG, 26, 114 Main St., East Haven, improper use – marker/license/registration, illegal operation of motor vehicle without minimum insurance, operate/parks unregistered motor vehicle, Oct. 31. JENNIFER CARD, 37, 35 Rough Wing Road, Naugatuck, disorderly conduct, Nov....
NAUGATUCK, CT
New Britain Herald

New Britain police blotter

Kristal Lugo Torres, 28, 109 Jubilee St., New Britain, second-degree breach of peace. Jacqueline Roman, 56, 109 Jubilee St. Flr. 2, New Britain, second-degree breach of peace. Mikolaj Skwarek, 19, 594 Burritt St., New Britain, two counts - carrying pistol w/o permit, operation of drug factory, three counts - pos control substance – first offense, pos large cap mag obt b4-4/13, ill poss weapon in motor vehicle, poss w/ intent narcotic substance, ill opn mv w/o minimum insurance, improperuse-marker/lic/rgstr, operate/parks unregistered mv, sale of narcotic substance.
NEW BRITAIN, CT
mycitizensnews.com

Pair charged in Waterbury murder

WATERBURY — Police have charged two women with the murder of a 34-year-old Waterbury woman who worked with special-needs children in what police say was a crime of opportunity. Shelly K. Stamp, of 143 Newbury St. in the city’s East End, died Oct. 29 following a robbery involving Heather...
WATERBURY, CT
Bristol Press

Higher Ground Christian Church holding children's event in Bristol

BRISTOL – In spirit with a season of giving, Higher Ground Christian Church will be holding a Saturday “Children’s Giveaway” at 550 King Street starting at 1 p.m. According to church member and promotional representative Michelle Palmer members started collecting gifts a little under a month ago and have been hard at work wrapping them for the coming weekend.
BRISTOL, CT
New Britain Herald

Hartford man pleads not guilty to 2017 homicide in New Britain

NEW BRITAIN – A Hartford man has pleaded not guilty to charges tied to a 2017 homicide in New Britain. Rodney Ford, 31, pleaded not guilty to two felony charges during a hearing in New Britain Superior Court last week. He has been held on $1 million bond since his arrest last month.
NEW BRITAIN, CT
Bristol Press

Wojtusik Nursery's Christmas shop is open for the season

BRISTOL – Wojtusik Nursery’s Christmas shop is open for the season, featuring dozens of decorated trees and two opportunities to visit with Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus and the elves. The nursery and garden center at 750 Terryville Ave. has doubled the number of decorations this year, according to...
BRISTOL, CT
mycitizensnews.com

Cop hit by bullet

WATERBURY — A Naugatuck police officer assigned to the Connecticut State Police Violent Crimes Task Force is recovering after being grazed by a bullet Nov. 16 in Waterbury. The injured officer and another police officer were in a vehicle conducting surveillance on Chase Parkway near the Interstate 84 entrance ramp when the shooting occurred at 10:08 p.m.
WATERBURY, CT
Eyewitness News

Bar and restaurant hosts benefit to support Bristol fallen officers

ORANGE, Conn. (WFSB) - A bar and restaurant in Orange hosted a benefit tonight to help out the families of fallen officers Lt. Dustin DeMonte and Sgt. Alex Hamzy, as well as officer Alec Iurato. It comes nearly two and a half months after the deadly attack. “Before everyone came,...
ORANGE, CT
DoingItLocal

Ansonia News: Illegal Cannabis Sales

#Ansoinia CT– On November 21, 2022, the Ansonia Police Department, working in conjunction with the State of Connecticut Department of Revenue Services, served a search warrant on Mo’s Smoke Shop, 213 Pershing Drive. Numerous items containing cannabis were located and seized from the store. Along with the illegal cannabis products the store was in violation of other State regulations. As a result of the violations the store has been temporarily closed. The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made at this time.
ANSONIA, CT
New Britain Herald

Southington police blotter

Honesty Love Tirado, 19, of 15 Bay Ave. New Britain, was charged Nov. 9 with sixth degree larceny. Robert Douglas Grayleclair, 41, of 119 Coe Ave., Meriden, was charged Nov. 9 with violation of a protective order. Amanda Rioux, 34, of 55 Eastern Ave., Waterbury, was charged Nov. 11 with...
SOUTHINGTON, CT
mycitizensnews.com

Chet Doheny to receive chamber’s Dibble award

NAUGATUCK — The Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce will present its 2022 Lewis A. Dibble Sr. Award to Chet Doheny of We Do Life…Together—A Division of ICES, Inc. Doheny will be honored at the Naugatuck Chamber’s 101st Annual Meeting and Lewis A. Dibble Award Dinner on Thursday, Jan. 19 at the Crystal Room in Naugatuck.
NAUGATUCK, CT