New Haven mechanic charged with scamming elderly Stamford man

After a six-month search, Stamford police on Tuesday went to the funeral of a New Haven grifter’s mother and arrested him for stealing over $135,000 from an elderly city man to fix his beat-up 23-year-old station wagon. Jimmy Megel, 42, of 240 Fox on Road, New Haven was charged Tuesday with first-degree larceny and was […] [Read More]

Stamford High School teacher accused of sexual assault

A 32-year old Stamford High School teacher is facing second-degree sexual assault charges for having sex with an underage male student in her car numerous times during the last school year, according to Stamford Police. Danielle Watkins, of 11 Fort Point Street, Norwalk was charged Thursday with two counts second-degree sexual assault in connection with […] [Read More]

Last of Stamford shooting victims released from hospital

The five shooting victims struck in the hail of gunfire that erupted early Sunday morning as they were leaving the downtown bar scene have all been released from Stamford Hospital. The last, a 28-year-old former Greenwich resident who recently moved to Stamford, was released Monday afternoon after suffering a gunshot to his left arm as […] [Read More]

Judge maintains $1 million bond against downtown shooter

STAMFORD — The man who allegedly sprayed a crowd of late-night bar patrons in the middle of downtown Stamford with gunfire early Sunday morning wounding five bystanders was ordered held on $1 million bond Monday as prosecutors characterized him as a “very serious threat to the community.” Dayron Wills, 22, of 300 Tresser Boulevard, is […] [Read More]

Former New York news anchor rearrested in Darien

STAMFORD — Former CBS Channel 2 news anchor Rob Morrison was rearrested by Darien police Monday after allegedly violating a protective order and calling his estranged wife more than 100 times over a three-day period last month. Morrison posted a $50,000 bond on the new charges of violating the protective order and second-degree harassment. Past […] [Read More]

Stamford man charged with seizing mother from nursing home

Greenwich Police have arrested a Stamford man after he illegally took his aging mother from the Fairview Health of Greenwich Nursing Home Sunday. Richard Rousselot, 44, is now facing charges for violating a protective order and unlawful restraint. According to Police reports, Rousselot appeared at Fairview Sunday night, shortly after 6:00 p.m. to pick up […] [Read More]
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Domestic violence charges dropped against former TV anchor

STAMFORD — Former CBS Channel 2 news anchor Rob Morrison walked out-of-state Superior Court in Stamford Thursday morning with a clean criminal record after a judge vacated the guilty pleas he entered last year for allegedly choking his wife in their Darien home. After Morrison completed a 26-week program for those involved in family violence […] [Read More]

Environmental activists spark police response

More than a dozen police officers responded to UBS headquarters in Stamford Tuesday morning after three members of the environmental group Hands Off Appalachia tried to hand deliver a letter to the financial giant. The three women were stopped for questioning at 9:30 a.m., patted down and searched before being allowed to proceed to the […] [Read More]

West Side man charged with child porn

STAMFORD — A 35-year-old West Side man was charged Monday morning with possession of child pornography after a month-long investigation. Oziel Mazariegos of 12 Annie Place is being held on $100,000 bond and is expected to appear in state Superior Court on Monday. Police notified the Department of Homeland Security and an immigration hold was […] [Read More]

Stamford teacher arraigned on indecency charges

A Stamford judge on early Thursday afternoon reduced the bail bond of a Stamford substitute teacher accused of masturbating in the hallway of Westhill High School early Wednesday morning. Judge Thomas Colin reduced Michael Luecke’s bond from $25,000 to $10,000 and requires that he post the bond at the courthouse so that he could immediately […] [Read More]