A suspended Roman Catholic priest accused of making more than $300,000 in methamphetamine sales out of his Connecticut apartment while running an adult video and sex toy shop pleaded guilty Tuesday to a federal drug charge.
The prosecutor told a New Haven Federal Court Jury that Hector Natal confessed three times to setting a 2011 gas-fueled fire that killed three members of the same family and forced others to jump out windows,
Two Guilford women have been found guilty of running a gifting table pyramid scheme.
A Connecticut man accused of dealing methamphetamine with a now-suspended Roman Catholic priest is facing arraignment in federal court.
A federal judge has postponed the sentencing of a former East Haven officer charged in a police bias case until after the trial of two other officers arrested in the investigation.
A New York city woman has pleaded not guilty to a federal charge that she made false statements to the government about an alleged scam linked to the Sandy Hook school massacre.
A federal judge has invoked the Newtown grade school massacre while sentencing a Greenwich man for possession of 10 unregistered machine guns.
A former president of a Connecticut labor union representing prison guards is expected to change his plea in an alleged campaign financing conspiracy surrounding House Speaker Chris Donovan’s one-time congressional campaign.
A federal court jury in Hartford has found a Pennsylvania man guilty of credit card fraid and identity theft in a scheme involving movie theaters in Connecticut.
One of four East Haven police officers charged in January with abusing Latino residents and others is facing new federal charges that he repeatedly hit a motorcycle with his police car, injuring two people.