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An extensive search by dozens of volunteers located a dog that got loose in Fairfield while being transported from South Carolina to Vermont Monday. Alfredo, a rescue dog, was back on his way to a new home after volunteers literally beat the bushes around Lake Mohegan looking for him. The dog had escaped when the Read More
BRIDGEPORT – A former state corrections officer charged with bigamy for having two wives was granted accelerated rehabilitation Friday. Kevin Hornak, 50, of Stratford, under the pretrial program was placed on six months probation. If he commits no other crimes during that time the bigamy charge will be dismissed. “It was the appropriate disposition for Read More
Wilson “Junne” Cash is facing 35 years in prison this morning after he pleading guilty to bashing his girlfriend’s head in with a 10-pound dumbbell because she wouldn’t let him commit robberies so he could buy crack cocaine.
Pat Staltaro, 76, of Stratford, who was arrested in 2011 after police said he was seen pleasuring himself in his car at Short Beach, was arrested again Wednesday after he was spotted parked by the tennis courts at Bunnell High School. Police said he had a wash cloth on his lap with a suspicious substance Read More
Joann Bisesi, of Arbor Road, Monroe was charged with risk of injury to a minor and permitting minors to possess alcohol after police said she allowed her 15-year-old daughter to host a party at their home in which kids from Jockey Hollow Middle School drank alcohol, smoked marijuana and had sexual relations. About 40 kids Read More
OXFORD –First Selectman George R. Temple announced that the town on Sunday will dedicate its new playscape: Lily Park in honor of Lily Brooks who tragically died on Sept. 14, as a result of a motor vehicle accident on Sept. 11 on Quaker Farms Road. Lily was only three years old. The dedication will be Read More
Trumbull police said Jeremy Wilson went into Oriental Gifts in the mall and stuck his private part on the counter as payment. But the female clerk told him it wasn’t enough and called police. Wilson was charged with public indecency and disorderly conduct.
The state’s probation department asked a Bridgeport judge to end the probation for John Johnson who was convicted in 1998 of manslaughter. Johnson died in 2008
Joseph Callahan, who police said had a cache of guns and bomb making materials in his Fairfield home, is appeared in Superior Court Wednesday morning. The alleged Fairfield bomb maker’s lawyer said Callahan made pyrotechnic device in the event he met Keith Richards. Callahan had permit to have explosive devices
Joseph Callahan, who police said had a cache of guns and bomb making materials in his Fairfield home, is scheduled to appear this morning in Superior Court. One big question so far left unanswered, was Callahan making a bomb for rocker Keith Richards or was he MAKING A BOMB for Keith Richards?