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Author: Daniel Tepfer

New details on threatening of Sandy Hook school guard

UPDATE: 11:22 AM, WEDNESDAY Monroe Police Capt. Michael Flick has released more details in the arrest of a person, who allegedly threatened at guard at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Monroe. “This

Cops: Danbury lawyer’s son blames her for counterfeit money

BRIDGEPORT – A local college student was charged with passing counterfeit money at the cafeteria at Housatonic Community College. State police said David Dawson, 19, of Trumbull, initially claimed he

Judge fines civil rights lawyer

BRIDGEPORT – A Danbury civil rights lawyer was fined by a federal judge for lying in in a lawsuit that claimed Bridgeport city officials have a policy against hiring African-American lawyers. U.S.

Accused arsonist goes berserk in courtroom

BRIDGEPORT – A Brookfield woman, accused of setting her mother’s Stratford home on fire, went berserk in the courtroom Wednesday threatening vengeance against one of the prosecutor’s witnesses and

Police: Couple went on crime spree

BRIDGEPORT – A Weston couple are suspected of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars of antiques, guns and household items from dozens of homes and storage units in Bridgeport, Fairfield, Easton,

Jury orders Danbury Hospital to pay $12 mil

DANBURY – A Superior Court jury Friday ordered Danbury Hospital to pay $12 million to a Redding woman who claimed surgeons botched her hernia operation. The six-member jury deliberated about four

Police: Student brought cocaine to prom

MONROE — A Masuk High School student was arrested after police said he brought cocaine and alcohol to the school’s prom. Christopher Frey, 18, of Silvermine Lane, was charged with possession of

Arrest made in Danbury-Bridgeport shooting case

BRIDGEPORT – Police have made an arrest in connection with the fatal shooting of a local man in Danbury and the shooting up of a house here. Rashad Dancy, 25, was arrested following a motor vehicle

Danbury housing authority sued

DANBURY—A lawsuit was filed today in Danbury Superior Court on behalf of 85-year-old Ruth Ahearn, a woman who was severely beaten and mauled during a robbery at the West Wooster Street senior housing

SNAP: Blair is poor choice

The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) today said Bishop Leonard Paul Blair is a poor choice to be appointed archbishop of Hartford giving Blair poor marks for the way he handled the