Body in New London identified by family as missing Middletown man


The man whose body was discovered in a wooded area off an Interstate 95 ramp earlier this month is a 65-year-old Middletown man who was reported missing last year, family confirmed Tuesday.

Jury begins deliberating in Mallove murder case, sends questions to judge

A 12-member jury deliberated for just under two hours Tuesday at the murder trial of Mozzelle Brown before sending out a list of questions, many of them involving the state's key witness.

Lyme man pleads guilty in 'cherry-picking' securities scheme

Noah L. Myers, 43, pleaded guilty to one count of security fraud, which carries a maximum term of imprisonment of 20 years and a fine of up to $5 million. He is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 12 before Judge Stefan R. Underhill.

‘Cold Case’ cards hold four unsolved homicides from region; information sought on deaths in New London, Waterford, Norwich

The latest deck of “Connecticut Cold Case” playing cards unveiled Tuesday features four unsolved homicides from New London County.

Police logs - Oct. 21

Paul W. Jennings, 35, of 30 Kamaha St., Groton, was charged Monday with driving with a suspended license or registration.

State, defense rest in Mallove murder case

The state and defense have rested their cases in the murder trial of Mozzelle Brown, who is accused of fatally beating physicist Eugene Mallove in Norwich in 2004. The jury will hear closing arguments from both sides this morning.

Police search for Waterford runaway

Waterford – Police has issued a statewide Silver Alert for a missing Waterford girl, classified by police as an endangered runaway.

UPDATED: Norwich police arrest man in liquor store robbery

Norwich — Norwich police are investigating the Sunday afternoon robbery of the Amazing Wine and Spirits liquor store at 235 West Thames St.

Ledyard police search for car involved in evading accident

Ledyard — Police are looking for a car that was involved earlier this month in an evading accident that occurred on Shewville Road just north of Route 214.

Police logs for Oct. 20, 2014

John C. Carrasquillo, 32, of 239 Nautilus Drive, Apt. 23, New London, was charged Saturday with second-degree breach of peace.

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Man arrested in connection to Norwich stabbing

A Norwich man was arrested Friday on a warrant for his alleged involvement in a September stabbing, police said.

State crews remove furniture from Gold Star Memorial Bridge

State police said one car ran into the furniture. No one was injured in the accident, which happened at about 11:30 a.m. Police said state Department of Transportation crews finished removing the furniture by 12:30 p.m.

Sunday's Waterford I-95 crash claims fourth life

A fourth person died Thursday from injuries sustained in a string of related accidents Sunday on Interstate 95 in the Waterford area, police confirmed on Friday.

Vigil will be held Friday to memorialize three I-95 crash victims

A vigil is planned Friday in Meriden to remember the three people who died from injuries sustained in a crash Sunday on Interstate 95 in Waterford.

Lebanon man arrested after overnight standoff with state police

Lebanon — A Lebanon man was arrested early this morning after an overnight standoff with state police at his home at 122 Olenick Road.

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Third murder trial witness says Brown simulated Mallove attack

Keishon Dullivan, who with his girlfriend entered witness protection during the re-investigation of the Mallove murder five years ago, implicated Mozzelle Brown in the crime from the witness stand.

Witness: A smiling Mozzelle Brown simulated Mallove attack days after the scientist's murder in Norwich

Jill Sebastian, who went to Norwich police in 2009 with case-breaking information about the 2004 murder of Eugene Mallove, testifies at the trial of Mozzelle Brown.

Father pleads guilty in infant son's shaking death in New London

Twenty-four-year-old Adam M. Browne pleaded guilty Wednesday to causing the death of his 2 1/2-month-old son in New London a year ago by shaking the infant roughly when the infant would not stop crying.

Key witness to Mallove murder says she lied to police 30 times

The state's only firsthand witness to the May 2004 brutal beating death of physicist Eugene Mallove in Norwich admitted on the witness stand that she had lied to police 30 times before she told them what she said was the truth.