Police issue Silver Alert for Montville woman

State police on Saturday afternoon said they were looking for a 24-year-old Montville woman named Taylor Hanson, who they said went missing Friday.

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."

Police logs - April 20, 2018

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Police seek suspects in burglaries at Waterford businesses

Police are looking for two suspects from a string of burglaries that took place overnight into Wednesday morning.

Head-on collision sends two to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries

Two people were taken to Backus Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries following a head-on collision Thursday afternoon.

Former New London resident sentenced for unemployment fraud

According to the Division of Criminal Justice, Yveline Louissaint, 38, formerly of 309 Crystal Ave., claimed to be a U.S. citizen while collecting unemployment compensation benefits between July 2009 and May 2011.

Missing Salem man found dead at quarry

State police divers on Thursday found Thaxton Kaye, a 35-year-old Salem man who had been reported missing the day before, dead in a body of water at Renz Quarry.

Groton police seek missing Navy sailor last seen Tuesday

Jacob E. Tyler, whom police described as white with blond hair and blue eyes, was last seen leaving his house in Groton on Tuesday morning.

Police: Virginia man missing from Connecticut home he was visiting

Members of state police Troop E have issued an alert for a Virginia man who went missing from a Connecticut residence he was visiting.

Groton City police seek 'endangered runaway'

City police are seeking a 16-year-old who they said ran away from home Monday.

One person injured in New London fire

A firefighter looks out the front door as it rains on Monday, April 16, 2018, at the scene of a house fire at 5 Cutler Street in New London. Workers quickly knocked down the fire around 12:30 p.m. where there was one victim was transported to the hospital with smoke inhalation. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Crews took one person to the hospital for smoke inhalation after a blaze broke out in the second floor of a Cutler Street residence Monday, fire Chief Henry Kydd said.

Rainy day crash slows traffic on I-95 south in Old Lyme

A crash that happened around 7:45 a.m. on Interstate 95 south made travel conditions even more difficult on a day already affected by heavy rain.



New London's lawsuit against Big Pharma moves forward

The city’s lawsuit against several major pharmaceutical companies, in the works since last fall, is moving forward.

Police logs - April 19, 2018

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Police logs - April 18, 2018

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Quiet Corner college to host 'Jane Doe No More' panel on sexual assault

Three women, including Dylan Farrow, will take the stage at Quinebaug Community College in Danielson next Monday and talk about being sexually assaulted.

Embezzlement case resolved after former Hayward bookkeeper pays $12,000 restitution

The property manager and bookkeeper for former Mashantucket Pequot chairman Richard "Skip" Hayward, who was headed to trial in New London Superior Court for felony embezzlement charges, has resolved her case by pleading guilty to a reduced charge...