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Meriden Police investigating after teen was shot early SundayMERIDEN (WFSB) - Police are investigating after a teenager was shot early Sunday morning. According to police, the 15-year-old girl was sitting on the front of her house on Geer Avenue with a group of people when the shooting occurred. Police said the girl was shot in the arm and suffered non life-threatening injuries. She was transported to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center for treatment. The suspects approached form Summit St and it appears the house or occupants were targeted. Preliminary investigation has determined that this was not a random shooting. Anyone who may have witnessed this incident or can provide any information regarding this incident is asked to contact Detective Visconti at 203-630-630-6252. Email: dvisconti@meridenct.gov
State parks begin to fill up as heat is on the riseHARTFORD (WFSB) - State parks and beaches are expected to be busy as the temperatures reach into the 90s Sunday. The following state parks and beaches are now closed for the day after they reached capacity: - Rocky Neck State Park in East Lyme The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is reminding folks who travel to state parks to “recreate responsibly by practicing social distancing measures, playing it safe and panning ahead.
State Police recover stolen Bushmaster rifleKILLINGLY (WFSB) – State police said Sunday they have recovered a stolen Bushmaster rifle belonging to a state police captain. In the 7-days since the investigation was initiated, many stolen items have also been recovered. Officers from the Hartford Police Department and the FBI have assisted in the recovery efforts. Troopers continue to investigate a number of vehicle <a href="https://www.wfsb.com/news/state-police-cruiser-burglarized-bushmaster-rifle-among-items-stolen/article_0108d9e6-bf8a-11ea-8643-67f922697309.html" target="_blank">breakins</a> throughout the area.
3 injured in wrong-way crash in PlainvillePLAINVILLE (WFSB) - Three people were injured after a head-on crash involving a wrong-way driver on Interstate 84 Sunday morning. Police said the highway is closed westbound between exits 33 and 32. According to State Police, 35-year-old Jacqueline Nieves of New Britain was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes when her vehicle struck a vehicle driven by 53-year-old Jeanne Girard of Mapleville RI. Police said the accident occurred in the east bound lanes of I-84 east of the Shuttle Meadow overpass. Both drivers and a passenger in Girard’s vehicle suffered injuries resulting from the crash. Police said enforcement action is pending at the time. Stay with Eyewitness News for more information as soon as it comes into the newsroom.
March held in honor of Jashon Bryant in HartfordHARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - The death of George Floyd, caused by Minneapolis Police Officers, is unearthing a family’s pain here at home. In 2005, a Hartford officer shot and killed Jashon Bryant. But for his family it feels every bit as if it happened yesterday, especially given the recent deadly police shootings. His death forever changed his family. Fifteen years later, Shirin Bryant is still at battle. “When it happened to my brother, it was just us fighting. But now, you have the world fighting for you,” Bryant said. She fights to keep her brother’s story alive in a long line of high-profile stories of police brutality. Before the world knew of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, in 2005, Jashon Bryant died after a former Hartford officer shot and killed him. Following recent deadly police encounters, Shirin organized a small, peaceful march through Hartford’s North End where it ended at her brother’s grave. She says her family never received justice after former officer Robert Lawlor was acquitted of manslaughter charges in 2009. Former officer Robert Lawlor claimed Bryant reached for a gun, but no weapon was found. The city of Hartford settled with the family, but for Bryant’s sister, it wasn’t enough. “Every day I speak of him. I have a daughter who never ever got the chance to meet her uncle,” said Shirin Bryant. “My mom died not getting justice for her own son. Saturday marks eight years since Bryant’s mother died. The family held the march to honor both the son and the mother, who they say died with a broken heart.
One seriously injured in motorcycle crash in HartfordHARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - Hartford police are investigating a motorcycle crash that resulted in serious injuries Saturday night. Police say a motor vehicle collided with a motorcycle in the area of Main Street and Morgan Street. The motorcycle operator was taken to the hospital for serious injuries, police said. Police say drivers should seek alternate routes as the area is closed off to traffic.
Firefighters rescue pets from house fire in OrangeORANGE, CT (WFSB) - Firefighters in Orange saved three dogs from a house fire they extinguished Friday night. Fire officials say crews were called to the fire on Chippendale Lane around 9:15 p.m. after the family found heavy smoke in their garage after returning home. Fire Chief Vaughan Dumas said smoke came out when their garage door went up. When firefighters responded they found heavy smoke throughout the home and found the fire in the basement. Chief Dumas said they were able to knock down the fire quickly and bring three dogs to safety. Fire officials say the spread of the fire was minimized after the family kept the door to the basement room closed. “Closing doors is an important way to stop the spread of fire and protect yourself from fire,” Chief Dumas said in a press release. The investigation of the fire is led by Deputy Fire Marshal Timothy Borer.
Storms possible in parts of the state Saturday eveningHARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - Tropical Storm Fay was downgraded to a tropical depression overnight and didn't bring as much rain and wind as initially expected. Fay has moved to the north of Connecticut as it continues to weaken. Channel 3 Meteorologists have issued an Early Warning Weather Alert for the possibility of strong thunderstorms that could roll in from New York. Meteorologist Mike Cameron said the storms could arrive in the western part of the state around 8 p.m. “If we get anything from these storms, I think the main thing is going to be a downpour,” Cameron said. The storms are expected to pass over Hartford County around 9 p.m. and will weaken before heading into Rhode Island around 11 p.m. Some storms could become severe with a threat of gusty wind. Keep an eye on the Interactive Radar on the Ch. 3 app <a href="https://www.wfsb.com/weather/radar/" target="_blank">here</a>. The storms will also be capable of producing torrential downpours and flash flooding will be possible. The Storm Prediction Center has placed nearly all of Connecticut in a "marginal" risk area for severe storms. "Sunday will be the better of the two weekend days. The risk of a shower or thunderstorm will be low," Cameron said. Sunday will also be hot and humid with highs in the lower 90s. Read the complete Technical Discussion <a href="https://www.wfsb.com/news/technical-discussion-tropical-storm-fay-will-bring-heavy-rain-and-a-severe-weather-threat-to/article_53d29258-b603-11e8-8728-130ab5423b29.html" target="_blank">here</a>. For weather updates on smartphones and tablets, download the Ch. 3 app <a href="https://www.wfsb.com/site/station_info/apps/" target="_blank">here</a>.
VIDEO: Bangladesh Society of CT hosts PPE giveawayThe Bangladesh Society of CT gave PPE to the community in North Haven on Saturday.
Police identify man killed during New Haven shootingNEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) - New Haven Police are investigating a deadly shooting in the Hill neighborhood Friday evening. Police say the shooting happened just before 5 p.m. near the intersection of Rosette Street and Wilson Street. The victim suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to Yale-New Haven Hospital where he was later pronounced deceased. Police have identified the victim as 36-year-old Ricky Newtown of New Haven. Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call the New Haven Police Department at 203-946-6304.