Crash Nets Arrest For Drugs, WeaponsHartford police are charging a Windham man after they say they found hundreds of bags of heroin, cash, and a handgun during an investigation into a motor vehicle crash Sunday.
Shelton Police Seize Drugs, GunSurveillance in downtown Shelton on Wednesday netted officers drugs and a semi-automatic handgun.
5 Arrested In Hartford On Weapons Charges
State Supreme Court Orders Acquittal Of Former Army Medic In 2nd Amendment CaseThe Connecticut Supreme Court has ordered the acquittal of a former Army medic arrested in 2010 when police seized machetes, a police baton and other weapons from his vehicle, saying his Second Amendment right to bear arms was violated.
Weapons, Explosives Seized At Home Of Retired Deputy Police Chief Trumbull authorities say they seized explosives and weapons while raiding a home owned by a retired deputy police chief.
Hartford Man Arrested on Drug and Weapons Charges
One Arrested After Traffic Stop In Which Shots Were FiredA driver has been arrested after a traffic stop overnight in which one Hartford officer fired three shots. No one was hurt.
Police Seize Guns Stored Unsecured In Child's RoomHartford police have arrested a firefighter after finding a large supply of weapons unsecured in his home, including in the bedroom of a seven-year-old.
Law Enforcement Impersonator Arrested In Old LymeState police have arrested a law enforcement impersonator who stopped boaters using a commandeered vessel and who had a supply of weapons and ammunition in his police-style vehicle.
Increase In Warrants To Seize WeaponsWarrants to temporarily seize weapons from individuals who are a threat to themselves or others have been rising in Connecticut, even before the killings last December of 20 school children and six administrators in Newtown.
Weapons, Ammunition Seized At Home Where Shot Was FiredOld Saybrook police say they seized seven weapons and ammunition when they searched a home on Attawanahood Trail after a neighbor narrowly missed being hit by a round shot from the home overnight.
Sentencing Thursday In Guns, Grenade Sales PlotThe lawyer for a reputed white supremacist convicted in a Connecticut plot to sell grenades and guns says his client deserves no more than 31/2 years in prison, but prosecutors are seeking a 15-year sentence.