High Court Sides With Employee Fired For Smoking Pot At WorkConnecticut's top court has ruled that a state worker fired for smoking marijuana on the job in 2012 was penalized too harshly and should get his job back.
Meriden Mosque Shooter Pleads Guilty To Marijuana PossessionA Meriden man who drunkenly fired shots into a Meriden mosque on the night of the deadly November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris has admitted to marijuana possession charges.
Police Seize Eight Pounds Of Marijuana In GlastonburyPolice confiscated eight pounds of marijuana, crack, counterfeit money, and 'marijuana edibles' during a search of a home on Naubuc Avenue in Glastonbury.
Willimantic Police Seize Marijuana Plants From Local HomeWillimantic Police have seized 48 marijuana plants from a home on School House Lane and arrested a resident of the home.
Police Find Pot Brownies, Bogus Credit Cards During I-84 Traffic StopPolice spotted a vehicle speeding, and failing to signal before changing lanes on I-84 in Tolland. When troopers pulled the Ford Edge over, they found counterfeit credit cards, and a fraudulent drivers license.
Police Searching For 2 Men Who Held Student At Gunpoint
Legal Pot Proponents Urge Connecticut Lawmakers To Act FastProponents of legalizing marijuana in Connecticut are urging state lawmakers to capitalize on the "novelty factor" of becoming the first New England state to allow recreational use of the drug.
The Latest: Lawyer says firing worker over pot use too harshThe Latest on arguments before the Connecticut Supreme Court on Thursday in the case of a state worker fired for smoking marijuana on the job.
Arrests Made In Marijuana Grow OperationState police have made several arrests in a marijuana growing operation in East Hampton.
Wallingford Man Charged In Pot Grow OperationA report of a burglary in Wallingford led police to what they call a large scale marijuana grow operation.
35 Pounds Of Pot Found In LoudspeakersPolice found 35-pounds of marijuana hidden in a vehicle stopped in South Windsor.
Is Marijuana Addictive?With many states now pushing for the legalization of marijuana, its potential as an addictive substance is hotly debated. Advocates claim that the drug is not addictive, while opponents commonly label it as a gateway drug.