HAN News Update, Oct. 14
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In the news Wednesday, a teacher’s aide with the Stratford School District was arrested for an alleged sexual relationship with a juvenile.
A gun was allegedly drawn during a parking lot argument at the Trumbull mall.
Trevor Dixon, 28, of 194 Henry St., New Haven, was arrested Oct. 9 following a series of four burglaries in New Canaan.
Last week, two men from two distant states, apparently selling the same product, were arrested on separate occasions, each for soliciting in Wilton without a permit, and one was held as a fugitive from justice.
The Bridgeport Police Department responded to a non-fatal shooting yesterday in which two people were wounded.
Connecticut voters disapprove 58-32 percent of the job Gov. Dannel Malloy is doing, his lowest approval rating ever and the lowest score for any governor in the nine states surveyed this year by the independent Quinnipiac University Poll.
The CT Post reports The case of the aunt who sued her young nephew over a reckless birthday hug, may have hinged on a plate of hors d’oeuvres.
After two psychological examinations, the accused murderer of Trumbull native Kevin Sutherland has been ruled mentally competent by a federal judge and will stand trial next year.
Wilton Youth Football’s application to install an artificial turf field at Middlebrook School was approved, in part, by the Wilton Planning and Zoning Commission at its meeting Tuesday evening. Not approved was the lighting portion of the application.
Residents may have noticed a pink police car patrolling Milford’s streets.
A Shelton business reopens after devastating fire as a reimagined restaurant.
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