Vehicle rollover closes I-95 lanes between exits 91, 92

Firefighters from the Wequetequock Fire Department and Westerly Fire Department work the scene of a truck that rolled over on Interstate 95 northbound near Exit 92 in Stonington on Saturday evening, March 17, 2018. (Tim Martin/The Day)

A vehicle accident on Interstate 95 northbound has closed several lanes Saturday night, as firefighters were redirecting traffic into the right shoulder to navigate around the scene.

Police logs - March 18, 2018

Arrests by state and local departments.

Police logs - March 17, 2018

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Old Saybrook pizzeria owner to serve three months for false tax returns

Robert Kehayias, 58, owner and operator of Pizza Works, was sentenced Friday by U.S. District Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven to three months of imprisonment, followed by one year of supervised release, for filing false tax returns.

Police: Man stabbed after going to meet woman he found on dating website

A man was treated for superficial stab wounds Thursday night after he was attacked when he went to meet a woman he met on a dating website, New London police said.

Police logs - March 16, 2018

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Man who delivered heroin, fentanyl to Norwich to serve 30 months

A Massachusetts man who was traveling to Norwich twice a week to distribute a mixture of heroin and fentanyl called "China white" was sentenced Wednesday in U.S. District Court to 30 months in prison for trafficking fentanyl.

Legal experts line up for New London's second installment of People's Law School

A lineup of legal experts have volunteered to present information on a variety of topics March 21 and March 28 during the second installment of the People's Law School at Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School.

Police logs - March 15, 2018

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New London police seize assault rifle related to sexual assault case

New London police said they seized an AR-15 rifle and illegal large-capacity magazine from a city man after a teen he is accused of sexually assaulting disclosed in the summer of 2017 that she was afraid he would shoot her.


Flower entrepreneur's lavish lifestyle, prior convictions described in sentencing documents

In a sentencing memorandum submitted to the court, Assistant United States Attorney Susan L. Wines described the lavish lifestyle David Adams has lived while asserting he has been a "tremendous drain on federal resources for 20 years."

Police logs - March 14, 2018

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Police seize 1,000 bags of heroin/fentanyl in Sprague

State police seized a cache of drugs that included more than 1,000 bags of heroin and arrested two people earlier this month as part of an ongoing investigation.

Armed altercation at New London library leads to school lockdown

An altercation between two men, one armed with a gun, at the public library Monday morning led to a lockdown of local schools and the arrest of a convicted felon on gun possession charges.

Bookkeeper accused of embezzling from Mashantucket icon is headed to trial

The former property manager and bookkeeper for Mashantucket Pequot chairman Richard "Skip" Hawyard is expected to dispute at an upcoming trial in New London Superior Court an allegation that she embezzled more than $123,000 from Hayward and his...