East Hartford Man Gets 80 Years In Double ShootingAn East Hartford man who was convicted of murder in the 2009 shooting deaths of two people in Hartford has been sentenced to 80 years behind bars.
Andover Resident Charged With Unemployment Compensation Fraud 52-year-old Andover man is being charged with unemployment compensation after state authorities say he collected $8,000 in unemployment compensation to which he was not entitled.
80 Year Sentence For Convicted MurdererAn East Hartford man who was convicted of murder in the 2009 shooting deaths of two people in Hartford has been sentenced to 80 years behind bars.
Man Pleads Guilty To $190K Insurance Fraud Scheme, ExtortionA bookmaker has pleaded guilty to charges he shot a gambler with a stun gun and tried to burn down a restaurant in a $190,000 insurance fraud scheme in Hartford.
Arrest Nets Suspect, Drugs, CashPolice in Norwalk are charging a man after they say he led them on a brief foot chase as they investigated drugs in a city home.
Police Investigate After 2-year-old Found Wandering Streets Bristol police are charging a woman after they say her two-year-old daughter was found wandering the streets alone around 7:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Police: Bridgeport Man Arrested For Exhuming BodiesPolice say a Bridgeport man who's wanted in Massachusetts for exhuming bodies has been taken into custody.
Man Charged In Cancer ScamA man is under arrest after Wallingford police say he defrauded the community by soliciting donations, claiming to have cancer when he, in fact, did not.
Police Hunt Suspected CounterfeitersState Police in Bridgeport are looking for a pair of suspects who recently passed counterfeit bills at an Interstate 95 rest stop.
Seymour Applies For CounselingSupermodel Stephanie Seymour has applied for a program that could lead to the dismissal of a drunken driving charge in Connecticut.
Another BB Gun Shooting In BristolThere was another shooting incident involving a BB gun last night in Bristol.
Former Glastonbury Man Pleads Guilty In Solar Panel SchemeA former Connecticut resident has pleaded guilty to fraudulently obtaining more than $9 million from a federal economic stimulus program meant to boost alternate energy sources.