Police logs - May 29

Arrests by state and local police departments

Police logs

Arrests by state and local departments around the region.

Bracelet worth $12,500 stolen in Old Saybrook

Police are seeking two people of interest after an expensive bracelet was stolen from the Saybrook Antique Center.

Police logs - May 27, 2017

Arrests by state and local departments around the region.

Police: Gales Ferry driver collides with 2 cars, hit by 2 cruisers during chase

A Gales Ferry man is facing a slew of charges after he allegedly led police on a Thursday evening chase in which officers said his vehicle collided with two vehicles and later was hit by two Ledyard police cruisers.

Waterford police to begin Memorial Day sobriety checkpoints

Police on Friday night will begin conducting traffic sobriety safety patrols and occasional checkpoints in an effort to keep the roads safe during Memorial Day weekend.

New London health service provider warns of email breach

Sound Community Services Inc. is notifying certain current and former patients of a recent event involving unauthorized access to a Sound employee email account.



Bright lights, bad neighbors

Awareness of light pollution and appreciation for dark night skies are growing.


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Erskine tells story of Stonington's war dead

David Erskine has recapped the lives and deaths of 64 local men, more than two dozen of them Stonington High School graduates, who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country in World War II, Korea or Vietnam.

Saint Bernard graduate David Galvez drums his way to Berklee

A senior from New London who is the son of Peruvian immigrants, Galvez was featured during the school's performance for Pope Francis at the Vatican last winter.

Fort Trumbull stage funded by donations opens with Coast Guard Band concert

A fundraising effort at Ft. Trumbull State Park paid off Sunday afternoon, as the oom-pah of a military song announced the official opening of a concrete performance and event platform that park officials said will draw more people to Ft. Trumbull...

New water testing program to monitor Long Island Sound's bays, harbors

Save the Sound has announced that it has launched a new water testing program that will dramatically increase available data on the health of Long Island Sound.



With bears on the rise, states hope to limit human conflicts

A year after a spring and summer marked by a high number of nuisance bear complaints, Maine wildlife officials are trying to encourage people and bears to keep their distance from each other

44 people rescued after high tide traps them on breakwall in Provincetown

More than 40 people have been rescued after becoming stranded on a breakwall during high tide at an historic Massachusetts coastal resort town