The rise and fall of a New London sober living operation

Police and medical examiners respond to a suspected overdose involving Zachary Ramsdell, 30, at 47 Prest St. on April 10, 2018, in New London. Plagued by problems after Ramsdell's death, the Friendship Home sober living operation at 42 and 47 Prest St. faces possible closure. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

When he started a sober living operation on Prest Street last summer, Clarence “Chuck” Montgomery could not have imagined the year ahead of him.

Norwich police: Missing teen found, returned home

The Silver Alert issued Saturday night for Annastasia Cintron has been canceled. She was found safe and returned home, police said.

Juvenile on bike hit by a car Friday in New London

A juvenile on a bicycle was hit by a car Friday afternoon, but did not sustain any life-threatening injuries. The accident investigation remains active.

Pedestrian on I-95 hit by truck Saturday morning in Old Lyme

A pedestrian was hit by a box truck while on Interstate 95 early Saturday morning and transported to the hospital with a serious injury.

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Police: Man with multiple active arrest warrants charged with breaking window

A 38-year-old city man has been charged with breach of peace and criminal mischief for allegedly breaking a window at 25 Tilley St.

Police arrest man who barricaded himself in Groton home

Police take up positions on Mitchell Street in Groton City outside a house where a man was barricaded Friday, May 25, 2018. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Police safely apprehended a man who barricaded himself inside his 17 Fleming Court home Friday morning, prompting a large emergency response and a shelter in place alert for neighbors.

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Groton motorcycle accident sends two to hospital

Town police responded to a report of a motorcycle down in the area of Groton Square and Kentucky Fried Chicken at 8:05 p.m.

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Norwich police make two arrests in December home invasion, assault

Police say a bitter business partnership breakup led to a Dec. 1 home invasion and assault at a home on West Town Street that resulted in two arrests.

New London police seize gun, arrest three on drug charges

Police seized a gun, drugs, cash and a ballistic vest and arrested three people Tuesday in a raid at a Nautilus Drive apartment.

Bail agent captures East Lyme man in Tennessee, returns him to Connecticut

Michael E. Callanan had cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet, discarded it along Interstate 95 in New York and fled to Tennessee, according to bail bondsman Dan Venditto.

Parking restrictions announced for Coast Guard Academy graduation

Parking restrictions will be in place on Wednesday during the Coast Guard Academy graduation and visit from Vice President Mike Pence, the keynote speaker.

Crews working to clear crash on I-95 in North Stonington

Crews on Tuesday afternoon were working to clear a two-car wreck on Interstate 95 north, the state Department of Transportation said.

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Hartford man gets supervised release in fentanyl sale linked to overdose death in Montville

New London police stand by as a small group of demonstrators gather on the corner of Williams Street and Mohegan Avenue outside the U.S. Coast Guard Academy on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. Vice President Mike Pence delivered the keynote address to the academy's Class of 2018.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

A federal judge sentenced Melvin Correa to five months in prison, time already served, and five years of supervised release for selling fentanyl connected overdose deaths in East Hartford, Manchester, Montville, and Southington.

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Second defendant sentenced in New London armed robbery

A man and woman have been sentenced in New London Superior Court for robbing a man at knifepoint in the parking lot outside the Ravi Mart Market on Broad Street in New London on Feb. 4, 2017.

New London woman to serve probation for domestic knifings

A New London woman who stabbed her boyfriend on two separate occasions was sentenced to five years probation in New London Superior Court.