Police logs - Oct. 23, 2016

Arrests by state and local departments.

Group calls for body cameras, sensitivity in wake of Conn College incident

A handful of residents on Friday morning peacefully protested across the street from the police station in response to a domestic violence incident that happened at Connecticut College on Sunday.

Police logs - Oct. 22, 2016

Arrests by state and local police departments.

Norwich man not yet competent to stand trial for pregnant wife's stabbing death

Patrick Antoine, charged with fatally stabbing his pregnant wife, Margarette Mady, on June 2 because he thought she was a voodoo priestess, will remain at a state psychiatric hospital at least two more months while clinicians attempt to restore him...

Police: 3.5 pounds of marijuana found in Montville apartment; arrests expected

State and local police expect to make arrests in the near future after finding about 3.5 pounds of packaged marijuana and $8,700 cash in a Jerome Road apartment Thursday.

Waterford's Avery Lane to be closed for portion of Monday, Tuesday

Avery Lane will be closed for a portion of Monday and Tuesday as crews work to make repairs near its intersection with state Route 1, according to police.

Groton Town police arrest third suspect in 99 Restaurant shooting

Police have arrested a third person in connection with the Oct. 2 shooting of a 17-year-old in the parking lot of the 99 Restaurant on Long Hill Road.



A future of floods for Mystic

New predictive maps show how vulnerable Stonington will be to flooding as the sea level rises.


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Advocates see a deck stacked against parents in DCF cases

“The decision to remove a child legally does not involve any kind of balancing,” said Paul Chill, an associate dean in the University of Connecticut School of Law.

Improvements in equipment and inspections make gasoline leaks rare

Locally, perhaps nowhere has the care and equipment used at today’s gas stations received more attention than East Lyme, where construction of a Costco warehouse store with a gas station was approved earlier this month.

Meetings - Week of Oct. 23, 2016

Municipal meetings for the week of Oct. 23, 2016.

Economy, state budget key issues in 40th District race

Both candidates for the 40th District state House seat say the economy and state budget are central issues in the race, but they have different approaches on how to deal with those issues.



Blumenthal-Carter contest a quiet race in a stormy election year

Few Connecticut politicians have as much name recognition as Blumenthal, who served in both houses of the General Assembly but really garnered a lot of attention during the 20 years he served as a crusading state attorney general. This is...

Water main floods trench in Boston, killing 2 workers

Crews were trying to recover the bodies of two workers who died in Boston after a water main gave way in the city's South End neighborhood, flooding a trench