New Haven officials are raising questions about Police Chief Dean Esserman’s behavior during a confrontation with an usher at the Yale-Army football game in September.
“There is nothing more I would like to do better before I get buried [than] to be able to look at you again and say this case has been solved and here is what happened.”
The would-be robber left a New Haven store over the weekend– partly because he arrived empty-handed. Police say the man pretended to have a gun — but forgot to leave his hand in his pocket when he pointed his finger.
Federal prosecutors alleged Stephen DeCrescenzo stole $106,000 from customer accounts at the JPMorgan Chase Bank in New Canaan between 2008 and 2011.
(New Haven, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – New Haven police say a city firefighter came to the aid of a woman who was assault by a couple who’d asked to use her cell phone. It was just […]
(New Haven, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – New Haven police are investigating a fatal shooting this afternoon. The call came into 61 Warwick Street. Police responded to the scene a little after two p.m. on a report […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Popping wheelies and running stop lights, ATV street riders who buzz through Connecticut cities in packs have long frustrated police, who are prohibited from chasing the riders through congested urban neighborhoods. […]
State fire officials have ordered New Haven to submit required reports on fire information or face fines.
First lady Michelle Obama revved up the Democratic Party faithful in Connecticut on Thursday, urging voters to help re-elect Gov. Dannel Malloy and calling him an “instrumental partner” to her husband.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – The state is stepping in with $21.5 million for a downtown development plan in New Haven. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced the state spending plan on Thursday for the second […]