New London police officials are optimistic the city will receive federal funding for body cameras after President Barack Obama announced a spending package that includes money for lapel-mounted cameras to record police on the job.
1200 spectators were on hand, including Bridgeport’s mayor and his family, when shots fired on the street nearby forced suspension of the Bridgeport Central-Harding high school football game.
Enfield Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a man described as a person of interest in some burglaries in their town.
Police say a Greenwich man who was issued a ticket over a parking spot used racial slurs against an officer and said he was singled out because he’s white.
Southington Police say undercover police used a website advertising prostitution services to arrest three women on prostitution charges.
State police say devices found in a garage near Chaplin Town Hall in northeast Connecticut turned out to be three inert grenades and there is no threat to the community.
State Police are investigating an assault at White Birch Farm in East Hampton early this morning.
Officials: Gang Members Toning Down Use Of Colors, Removing Tattoos To Avoid Being Easily Identified
Nearly gone are the gang days of the 1980s and ’90s, when the Bloods wore head-to-toe red, the Crips wore blue and Latin Kings wore black and gold.
University of Connecticut police say a “group” of people was behind a bomb threat which forced evacuation of an administration building and cancelled morning classes at UConn last spring, but they’re not releasing much additional information about the case.
The scene was ghastly when state troopers arrived at an eastern Connecticut home last November: A woman had severely wounded her arms on a table saw in a suicide attempt and was bleedingprofusely.