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More than 1,500 law enforcement officers will run more than 530 miles beginning Wednesday in the Special Olympics Torch Run

Special Olympics torch run begins Wednesday

More than 1,500 law enforcement officers will cover 530 miles running with the Special Olympics’ torch beginning Wednesday. The run will conclude Friday evening when they deliver the torch to Jess Dow Field on the campus of Southern Connecticut State University for the Opening Ceremonies which will begin Friday at 7:15 p.m. The run will […] [Read More]
Scott Gellatly will appear in Milford Superior Court this morning to plea to charges of murdering his wife, Lori and seriously wounding her mother, Merry Jackson.

Gellatly enters not guilty plea to Oxford murder

The Oxford man accused of killing his wife, wounding her mother and the family dog appeared in Superior Court in Milford Tuesday to answer the charges. His public defender, David Egan, entered seven not guilty pleas on his client’s behalf. Egan said Gellatly has been taken off suicide and is being jailed on the Gardner […] [Read More]
File photo of a pit bull

Domestic dispute leads to animal cruelty charge

Bridgeport – A man was arrested by police last week on animal cruelty charges after he had a falling out with his ex-girlfriend and neglected his pit bull for two weeks as a result. 22-year-old Octavion Joyner was arrested on May 22, after cops found a pit bull that belonged to him severely malnourished and […] [Read More]
Categories: Bridgeport, Cops, Crime, Pets
Riverside Apartments on Ansonia's Olson Drive

Ansonia to discuss new Olson Drive tonight

ANSONIA-Residents will get a chance to see and then discuss the planned reconstruction of Olson Drive and the replacement of the Riverside Apartments during a public forum beginning at 6 p.m. tonight in the Ansonia High School library on Pulaski Drive. Mayor David Cassetti and the city’s Housing Authority are expected to unveil their separate […] [Read More]
Vamond Elmore wanted by Norwalk Police for murder

Warrant out for Norwalk murder suspect

NORWALK-A statewide search is underway for Vamond “Wooley King” Elmore who is wanted in connection with a May 15 murder in the city. Elmore, 37, also is wanted by federal marshals for violating conditions of his supervised release imposed on a federal weapons charge. The murder charge stems from the shooting death of Jimmy Martinez, […] [Read More]

Norwalk drowning victim is identified

NORWALK — The man who drowned on Memorial Day when his canoe overturned off of Calf Pasture Beach has been identified as a Guatemalan citizen. Norwalk police provided the man’s name after they were┬ánotified by the Guatemalan Embassy that the country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has notified the man’s father of his death, Lt.Paul Resnick […] [Read More]
Jarvis Sanders, Ansonia robbery suspect

Ansonia robbery suspect busted

ANSONIA-A New Haven man is being detained on $100,000 bond after police arrested him in connection with armed robbery and pistol whipping of a clerk May 18 at the GQ Mart on Hill Street. Jarvis Sanders, 21, of 19 Grace Street in New Haven is charged with first-degree robbery; first-degree assault; second-degree threatening; reckless endangerment; […] [Read More]

Driver rear ends school bus

HAMDEN-A 31-year-old man was issued infractions after she rear-ended a school bus stopped to pick up students on Goodrich Street near Gem Street. Police issued Joshua Moore, 31, a summons for failing to keep a safe distance and failure to carry a license. Police said the bus stopped to pick up students waiting to board […] [Read More]

Man dies from injuries in Cycle crash

SHELTON- The motorcyclist injured in the crash at the intersection of Leavenworth and Walnut Hill Tree Road May 11 has died. Services for Michael R. Sanko, 53, will take place Tuesday at the Riverview Funeral Home, 390 River Road at 10 a.m. A private burial will follow. The wake will take place Monday from 4 […] [Read More]
Lori Gellatly was shot to death.

Pasta Dinner to benefit Oxford shooting victims

OXFORD-Great Oak Middle School drama students will host a pasta dinner on June 5 at the high school from 5:30 to 8 p.m. to support last week’s shooting victims. Cost for the dinner is $10 for adults and $8 for senior citizens and children. Funds raised from the dinner will support the family of Lori […] [Read More]