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  • Father charged in death of 10-month-old baby in Bridgeport

    BRIDGEPORT —  Police said the father of a 10-month-old baby who died in a Bridgeport apartment appeared in court Friday.. Bridgeport police charged Derrick Siberon, 30, with first-degree manslaughter and risk of injury to a minor. Siberon faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the manslaughter and risk of injury to a minor charges. The judge set bond at $200,000. He is due in court again on June 13. Police said 10-month-old Donovan Siberon was found unresponsive and taken to […]

  • 1 man dead following rollover crash on I-84 in Middlebury

    MIDDLEBURY —  Police said one man has died following rollover accident Thursday night. State police responded to the scene following a fatal rollover accident on I-84 west bound by exit 17 in Middlebury. Police said Sevdi Coma, 49 of Southbury, has been confirmed dead following the accident. Police said Coma’s car struck a rock embankment causing his car to rollover. He was flown from his car and suffered fatal injuries.  

  • Police need help identifying the mother of an abandoned newborn in Danbury

    DANBURY —  Police are still investigating following the discovery a newborn baby boy behind a grocery store Sunday night. “The Danbury Police Department’s Special Victims Unit is still actively investigating the discovery of newborn baby boy. The baby boy is still being evaluated at a local hospital,” said Danbury police. Police are seeking the public’s health in identifying the mother of the baby. Police said “the child was born and shortly thereafter left behind 397 Main Street Danbury CT on […]

  • 10th Annual Wall of Honor ceremony honors 65 CT troops killed in action since ’01 

    HARTFORD —  The 10th Annual Wall of Honor ceremony took place Friday, honoring the 65 Connecticut troops killed while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan since 9/11. State officials and military families attended the ceremony in Hartford’s capitol concourse. On the wall, was a portrait of each service member who lost their life, a wall, Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman said  is a welcome reminder of heroism and bravery. “We gather and reflect on their service and remind ourselves of everything that they and their […]

  • Report: Metro North train was speeding before derailment last week; Sen. Blumenthal reacts

    HARTFORD — According to WABC-TV in New York, five cars went off the track because the train was going too fast due to the extreme heat last week. WABC-TV reports that the MTA reduced the speed limit to 10 miles per hour while approaching the Rye station out of fear the rails could buckle because of the heat. However, the train was going nearly 50-miles per hour. Even though no one was injured, Senator Richard Blumenthal said he’ll be putting the pressure […]

  • Rocky Hill investigating car theft

    ROCKY HILL —  Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying several who are believed to be suspects in two car thefts and larceny. On May 18, around 2:13 a.m., Rocky Hill police said they saw three to four people believed to be breaking into cars in an apartment complex parking lot near Cromwell. Police said when they confronted the suspects, they ran to a nearby car and engaged the officer in a pursuit southbound on Route 3 into Cromwell. “The patrol officer terminated the […]

  • Police: Several cars were broken into in Ashford; credit card reported stolen

    ASHFORD —  Police said they are searching for two people who broke into several cars last week. On April 19, state police said around 3:30 a.m., and 4:00 a.m., several unlocked cars on Lakeview Drive and Squirrel Hill Drive in Ashford, were broken into. Police said one person reported a credit card stolen from their car. The stolen credit card was later used at approximately 5:50 a.m., at Walmart in North Windham, said police. Anyone who has any information on […]

  • Police investigation after seizing fake $100 bills in New London

    NEW LONDON —  Police are telling citizens to be cautious when receiving money following a recent incident where they seized $1300 in fake money. New London police said they are investigating following an incident that took place Wednesday, where they seized 13 $100 bills. “The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made at this time. We urge members of the public to contact the police immediately upon coming in contact with any suspicious or counterfeit currency,” said police. […]

  • Additional details emerge involving DOT worker who was struck by car Wednesday

    NEW HAVEN —  State police have released additional details involving a DOT worker who was struck by a car Wednesday morning. State police said DOT worker Jeffrey Spencer, 52 of East Haven, was parked with warning and LED lights on in the right lane on Route 15 north near exit 63 in North Haven. Police said Spencer was placing a wheel chock against his left tires in the closed lane when he was struck by Angel Turcios, 27 of New […]

  • Gov. Malloy suspends DOT construction-related activity during Memorial Day weekend

    (HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel Malloy today announced that all regular construction-related activity on Connecticut state roads and highways are suspended in order to ease traffic during Memorial Day weekend. Roads and highway work will be suspended beginning Friday at 6:00 a.m., through 6 a.m., Tuesday. “Memorial Day has traditionally been the unofficial start of summer and one of the busiest travel days of the year, and we do not want our state’s residents to worry about any additional delays […]