Police logs - Oct. 27, 2016

Arrests by state and local police departments.

Norwich man arrested in connection with toddler found abandoned in New London

Police on Monday night arrested a Norwich man who allegedly abandoned his 2- or 3-year-old daughter on Bank Street while intoxicated Monday evening.

Police logs — Oct. 26, 2016

Arrests by state and local departments.

Lisbon man arrested after domestic assault

A 74-year-old Lisbon man was arrested Monday after a domestic assault in which an elderly woman suffered fractured vertebrae, according to a state police news release.

Norwich brothers wanted in bank robbery in custody in New York

A New York sheriff's office has taken into custody the two brothers from Norwich who were wanted for their alleged involvement in a Canterbury bank robbery, according to state police.

Police: Woman speeding on I-95 had 20.6 pounds of marijuana

State police early Tuesday arrested a Massachusetts woman they said was speeding on Interstate 95 and had 20.6 pounds of marijuana in her car.

Eight police dog teams sweep Stonington High School

Eight police dogs and their handlers swept Stonington High School on Tuesday morning as part of an ongoing effort by school officials and police to ensure campus safety.



Too much public money sloshing in election

The publicly financed campaigns for state Senate often cost more than the jobs pay.


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Groton, Bozrah utilities commissions want changes to halt future lavish CMEEC trips

Public utilities commissions in Groton and Bozrah unanimously approved the same two resolutions Wednesday asking for detailed information on so-called “strategic retreats” hosted by the Connecticut Municipal Electric Energy Cooperative...

Scrutiny of conditions at New London high-rises continues

A health inspector visited six units at the Thames River Apartments on Crystal Avenue this week as complaints continue to mount about the unsanitary living conditions there.

State GOP chairman files complaint in Bowles/Somers Senate race

The latest quarrel between the two candidates in the election to fill the seat being vacated by Democrat Andrew Maynard revolves around an oversized flier sent out by Bowles last week that features unflattering photographs of Somers and Donald Trump.

Ledyard High 'Meet the Choirs' concert to be held Thursday

The first concert featuring all of the town's high school music groups will take place Thursday and feature Americana music going back all the way to the Civil War.



Private service held for woman lost at sea in sinking boat

A memorial service has been held in Connecticut for a woman presumed dead after her boat sank in the Atlantic Ocean during a fishing trip with her son

Ex-Rhode Island lawmaker accused of trying to steal campaign signs

A former Rhode Island lawmaker has been charged with trying to steal the political signs of another candidate