Man pleads guilty to 2006 beating death of Anthony Hamlin

Twelve years after fatally beating Anthony Hamlin and dumping his body in a Ledyard field, one of the two men state police said was responsible for his death has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in exchange for a 20 year prison sentence.

Police: New London man beaten with stick, lumber

Two men remain in custody after they allegedly beat another man with a stick and a piece of lumber last week because they thought he had stolen $70.

Proximity, smoke detectors aid Norwich firefighters in quick stop

City firefighters quickly put a stop to a morning blaze on Third Street thanks to proximity and a functioning smoke detection system, according to Chief Kenneth Scandariato.

Norwich Friendly's temporarily closed after 2 fires

Friendly’s on West Town Street temporarily is closed after two pieces of cooking equipment caught fire in two separate incidents Sunday, according to Yantic Fire Chief Frank Blanchard.

Two men stabbed in early-morning Bank Street fight

Witnesses reported that two men had been injured in a fight outside the Y-Knot Café at 12 Bank St. at about 1:50 a.m. Sunday, police said in a news release.

Norwich police seek help identifying body found in Shetucket River

A caller reported seeing the man’s body at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday. The state Office of the Chief Medical Examiner performed an autopsy that did not have conclusive results, police said Sunday, and police are still working to identify him.

Police logs - July 24

Arrests by state and local departments around the region.



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