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  • Police cancel Silver Alert for 83-year-old man from Southington

    SOUTHINGTON — Police have cancelled a Silver Alert for a 83-year-old man from Southington. Silver Alerts are issued by law enforcement agencies for missing people of all ages. Amber Alerts are issued for children who are believed to be in danger.

  • Vernon man arrested, charged with sexually assaulting a 5-year-old

    VERNON — Police say 27-year-old Angel Almodovar was arrested and charged with sexual assault after reportedly assaulting his girlfriend’s son. Police say one of the children at home at the time, a 10-year-old boy, told his mother he saw Almodovar, her boyfriend of two years, sexually assault his 5-year-old brother Tuesday night in his room. According to police, the mother said her 10-year-old son had gone upstairs in the home around 10:30 p.m. and saw Almodovar sexually assaulting his 5-year-old […]

  • 911 call released after teen male was shot during street robbery in East Haven

    EAST HAVEN — Police are on the scene of an incident near French Avenue in East Haven. According to officials, a 14-year-old male was shot during a street robbery Thursday afternoon. Police confirmed the victim had been shot in the alley that connects Thompson Street and Tuttle School, then traveled to a house on French Avenue where police were called and dispatched. First responders performed life-saving measures on scene. The juvenile was transported to New Haven Hospital, where he is currently […]

  • Mosquitos in Groton and North Stonington test positive for West Nile Virus

    GROTON — The Ledge Light Health District announced Wednesday that mosquitos that were trapped in Gorton on August 8th along with those caught in North Stonington on August 12th have tested positive for West Nile. The North Stonington mosquitos were captured near the Stonington town line at Shunock Brook. Mosquitos with West Night is normally expected during the summer months with some testing positive in South Windsor and Hartford as well. A reminder on what you can do to mitigate […]

  • Norwich resident injured after house targeted in shooting: Police

    NORWICH — One person was injured after several bullets were fired at a home overnight in Norwich. Police say they were called around 12:30 a.m. to 35 Surrey Lane on a report of shots fired. Officers found a victim within the home who suffered injuries. The extent of the injuries is not known at this time. According to police, their preliminary investigating lead them to believe the home was targeted and not a random act. Police say there is no […]

  • Mosquitos test positive for West Nile Virus in South Windsor

    SOUTH WINDSOR — South Windsor town officials reminded residents to take precautions against mosquitos after some tested positive for West Nile. It was unclear where the mosquitos were captured. West Nile is often asymptomatic and can sometimes show no signs of illness or disease. Some people may experience flu-like symptoms like high fever, headache, backache, fatigue, and nausea. Most people recover from West Nile within two weeks. Last week, mosquitos were tested positive for West Nile at Keney Park in […]

  • New Haven police investigating stabbing that left man with critical injuries

    NEW HAVEN — Police say they are investigating after a man was stabbed Monday night. According to police, the stabbing happened in the area of Salem Street and Carlisle Street and they arrived at the scene just after 9 p.m. At the scene, police found a 26-year-old man suffering from multiple stab wounds. He was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital and is now listed in critical yet stable condition. There are no immediate details on a suspect or what may […]

  • WorkinCT: The Place in Guilford

    GUILFORD — At “The Place”, they are cooking outside, people sit on stumps, and some people even bring their own food. This place has been a shoreline institution for almost 50 years. You’ll find “The Place” on Route 1 in Guilford. You’ll see a sign, and right underneath that sign is another that says “An Unusual Restaurant”. There are no walls, no ceilings — just a grill, tables, and stumps. Typically, bringing your own food to a restaurant is a […]

  • Condition of New Haven police captain steadily improving

    NEW HAVEN – One week ago, a New Haven police captain was critically injured in a shooting that killed another man. And while the manhunt intensifies for the shooting suspect, there is great news about the health of Captain Anthony Duff. “He’s going to be discharged in the near future,” said Interim Police Chief Otoniel Reyes. “We will keep you posted on that. But, as of right now, we do not know when he will be released from the hospital.” […]

  • Silver Alert issued for missing Meriden woman

    MERIDEN — Police are asking for the public’s help in finding 31-year-old Perrie Mason. Mason is from Meriden and is African American with a light complexion. Mason is 4’11” with brown hair and brown eyes. It’s unknown when she was last seen, and there is no description of what she was last wearing. Police say her family is worried about her safety. Anyone with any information is asked to contact Meriden Police’s Major Crimes Division, Detective Femia at 203-630-6219.

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