A federal lawsuit alleges that thieves who broke into an Eli Lilly and Co. warehouse in Connecticut three years ago and stole more than $60 million worth of drugs obtained a copy of a report that revealed weaknesses in the building’s security system.
Speaking to the board at the start of the meeting, several parents said the money would be better spent on things other than armed guards, like physical improvements in the school buildings, or more security drills.
More details coming out on the biggest US pharmaceutical theft in history that happened at Eli Lilly’s Enfield warehouse. WTIC’s Michael Guerrera reports…
A Florida man has pleaded not guilty to charges in the theft of about $80 million in prescription drugs from a Connecticut warehouse in 2010.
An Enfield teen, Kelsey Albertson, 19, was sentenced to a 10-year suspended prison sentence Friday in the sexual assault of a newborn. The sentence includes five years of probation and that she take medication and […]
A Florida man charged in the theft of about $80 million in prescription drugs from a Connecticut warehouse in 2010 is likely to plead guilty, his attorney said Friday.
Residents in Enfield have until 6 p.m. today to clear the snow and ice from sidewalks outside their property. If they fail to do so, they can be fined $75 and costs of snow removal. […]
Enfield man Cesar Molina Jr., 18, was sentenced to four years in prison Friday. He was convicted of sexually assaulting a young boy and committing an armed robbery in Enfield while out on bail. He […]
A cannonball found by a neighbor in someone’s South Street yard in Enfield Friday night around 8 p.m. proved to be inert after state police investigated the device. The passerby saw the cannonball, took it […]