Former Groton town police chief indicted in Maine on burglary, stalking, harassment charges

Former Groton Police Chief Michael J. Crowley was indicted on two felony and three misdemeanor charges on May 6 by a grand jury in York County, Maine.

Police logs - Aug. 4

Arrests by state and local police departments

Anonymous letter accuses Oswegatchie fire department of coverup

The letter said that two weeks ago volunteer members of the department harassed a resident by detonating a "homemade explosive devise" on the resident's porch.

New London man faces additional charges for alleged anti-Semitic remarks

Police on Monday filed additional charges against a 29-year-old New London man who allegedly shouted anti-Semitic remarks at members of a synagogue on Ocean Avenue.

Police departments across the region participate in campaign to curb texting and driving

Police departments across the region, along with the state Department of Transportation, are participating this month in a campaign aimed at curbing texting and driving.

Woman reportedly pushed out of a car in Pawcatuck

The incident was reported at 6:44 p.m. Police said the woman sustained minor abrasions and did not have to be taken to the hospital.

Police search for missing Griswold teen

Police issued a Silver Alert Sunday for a missing 17-year-old girl who was last seen Friday.



World War II fighter pilot: 'Last man standing'

Ernest Treff of Groton fought with the legendary Zemke's Wolf Pack over Germany


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New London City Council continues to struggle with public safety expenses

The Council’s Finance Committee on Monday renewed its call for a capital expenditure plan from the city’s finance department, a list of priority items that need to be funded.

Kiteboarding in Jordan Cove

Two kiteboarders ride the waves of Jordan Cove off Millstone Point in Waterford, Monday.

Ledyard police facility on track to break ground this month

Members of the Permanent Municipal Building Committee on Monday evening took multiple steps that should clear the way for a mid-August ground breaking at the new police facility.

Ulysses Hammond to retire from vice president post at Connecticut College

Ulysses Hammond, vice president for administration at Connecticut College, will retire from his position on Oct. 30, the college announced Monday.



Newtown families to split $1.5 million settlement

The families of more than a dozen victims of the Newtown school shooting rampage would split $1.5 million under proposed settlements of lawsuits against the estate of the gunman’s mother.

Woman accused of hiring hit man to kill ex-husband gets probation

Woman accused of hiring hit man to kill her ex-husband during custody dispute gets probation