The findings of an independent investigation have criticized police for their initial handling of the alleged assault of a Black clerk by a white couple at a Mystic hotel but finds “no evidence to suggest any malicious intent on the part of...
Chief Michael Spellman said when the department receives complaints of rude or inappropriate officer behavior, the complaints become a "point of emphasis" for supervisors to observe officers and ensure appropriate interaction with the public.
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Based on Sergio Correa's reaction during an interview eight days after crimes, state police detective Frank Cuoco decided to seize Correa's phone. Now the state is fighting to keep it in evidence at Correa's upcoming trial.
The state court system, which is attempting to return to regular business following months of reduced activity, is not immune as communities in southeastern Connecticut continue to grapple with increases in the number of people testing positive for...
As Sergio Correa heads to trial, defense attorneys are claiming state police illegally seized Correa's cellphone, and the lawyers are trying to keep the phone and its contents from being admitted as evidence.
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