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Trumbull declares emergency

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TRUMBULL – First Selectman Tim Herbst has declared a state of emergency for the Town of Trumbull effective at 12. Trumbull Town Hall will be closed on tomorrow and Wednesday. The Trumbull Transfer Station will be closed tomorrow and Wednesday. Residents wishing to pay their taxes can pay online by visiting the Town website at […] [Read More]
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‘Trained Masturbator’ gets suspended sentence

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BRIDGEPORT – The Metro-North employee, who masturbated on a sleeping pregnant woman in the train, was given a suspended sentence Monday. Manny Ramos, who claimed he masturbated on the woman to relieve stress that had built up while training to be an engineer, pleaded guilty before Superior Court Judge Earl Richards to fourth-degree sexual assault, […] [Read More]
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Missing boy found; mom freed from prison

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BRIDGEPORT – The subject of a nationwide search, 14-year-old Storm Sorrentino turned up Friday afternoon- sitting on a stone wall in Fairfield. For three days his mother, Kathyrn Sorrentino has been in prison because a judge did not believe she didn’t know where the boy was – and now she is suddenly free. “I don’t […] [Read More]
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Candidate files suit to get on ballot

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BRIDGEPORT – A city resident has filed a lawsuit seeking to force his way back on the ballot as the Republican candidate in the special election for the 23rd state senate district. Quentin Dreher is seeking an injunction to allow him to run for the seat vacated when State Sen. Andres Ayala opted to become […] [Read More]
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Judge blasts elderly Milford sex offender

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BRIDGEPORT – Having previously pleaded guilty to risk of injury to a minor, a 72-year-old Milford man hobbled into court Friday morning to await sentencing- unaware of the storm that awaited him. Taking a seat beside his lawyer, Samuel Andreucci cupped his right hand to his ear as he told Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin: […] [Read More]
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Fairfield mom jailed a 3rd day in missing son case

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BRIDGEPORT – A Fairfield mom was jailed for a third day Thursday after refusing to reveal the whereabouts of her missing 14-year-old son. Before a courtroom packed with news media and other spectators, Kathyrn Sorrentino, her hands secured behind her back, continued to maintain she has no information on the whereabouts of Storm Sorrentino, the […] [Read More]
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Charges upped in fatal hit and run

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BRIDGEPORT – State prosecutors Thursday increased the charges against a state corrections officer accused of last month’s hit and run crash on Boston Avenue that killed a local woman and injured her young son. Even as Patricia Daniels was walking into the Golden Hill Street courthouse with a large entourage of family and friends, prosecutors […] [Read More]
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Librarian booked

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BRIDGEPORT – A city librarian was arrested on bad check charges. Ondrea Moore, 44, of Lenox Avenue, was taken into custody and charged with issuing a bad check. She was released after posting a $210 bond. [Read More]
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Sandy Hook lawsuit moved to Hartford federal court

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BRIDGEPORT – The lawsuit by 10 families of the victims of the Dec. 14, 2012 Sandy Hook massacre against the manufacturer of the gun Adam Lanza used that day to kill 20 first-grade students and six teachers, has been moved to federal court. Remington Outdoor Co., the owner of Bushmaster Firearms International, was granted the […] [Read More]
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Man claims to be 5th victim of former nursing assistant

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BRIDGEPORT – A local man is the fifth person to complain to police that he was sexually assaulted by a nursing assistant at St. Vincent’s Medical Center. “I want justice for what he did to me,” Miguel Martinez explained Tuesday on why he decided to file a complaint with police against Gonzalo Flores. Police Department […] [Read More]
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