Police logs - April 21, 2018

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Pair charged with embezzling $32K from Norwich McDonald's

Police on Friday charged two women with larceny for allegedly embezzling more than $32,000 in cash from the McDonald's at 78 Town St.

3 Montville school administrators charged with failure to report fights

From left: Superintendent Brian C. Levesque, Assistant Principal Tatiana Patten and Principal Jeffrey Theodoss.

State police on Thursday charged three school administrators with failing to report fights that took place in a substitute teacher’s classroom last fall.

Police announce 'Graffiti-Free New London' campaign

The New London Police Department has announced its new "Graffiti-Free New London" program, aimed at "identifying vandalized properties and teaming-up with youth volunteers to remove the graffiti."

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Amid tumult over fights, Montville schools announce leadership lineup

School officials finalized a leadership plan Friday in the wake of three administrators being placed on leave pending internal and criminal investigations into alleged failures to report classroom fighting last fall.

Mystic, Westerly, Essex among nominees for Best Coastal Small Town in U.S.

Downtown Westerly, is seen in the bottom half of this aerial photo. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

A panel of nine travel experts for 10Best, a USA Today site, has named Mystic, Westerly and Essex among the 20 nominees for Best Coastal Small Town in the United States.

Roadwork planned for I-395

Drivers should expect delays next week on a six-mile stretch of Interstate 395 between Montville and Norwich, where the state Department of Transportation is planning a surveying project.

Hanging out in North Stonington

Mike Breunig, left, of Milford and Garrett Piper of Waterbury, both employees of CSB Communications based in Branford, install sidearms at the top of the 49-foot-tall emergency services communication tower at the town Center for Emergency Services facility, which still is under construction, in North Stonington on Friday, April 20, 2018. (Tim Martin/The Day)

Mike Breunig, left, of Milford and Garrett Piper of Waterbury, both employees of CSB Communications based in Branford, on Friday install sidearms at the top of the 49-foot-tall emergency services communication tower at the town's Center for...

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Democrats tell black activists: Trump is 'the darkness'

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., speaks during the ninth annual Women in the World Summit, Friday, April 13, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Ambitious Dems to black activists: President Trump is 'the darkness'

Civil rights prosecutors urge charges against NYC police officer in Garner death

Federal civil rights prosecutors have recommended charging a New York police officer in the 2014 death of Eric Garner

NYC paid $4.7 million in sex harassment claims over 4 years

New York City officials are releasing data showing that the city settled 32 sexual harassment cases for $4.7 million over a four-year period ending last year

Mom: Preschool's ban of the term 'best friend' is silly

A Massachusetts family is looking for a new preschool for their 4-year-old daughter because her current school has barred use of the term 'best friend.'