Jury selection underway in New London stranger rape case

The trial of Monte P. White is expected to begin November 13 in New London Superior Court and last four to five days.

Adams released one more time prior to tax evasion sentencing

Judge Vanessa L. Bryant imposed an additional $250,000 cash bond on businessman David M. Adams and ordered him to be confined to his Old Saybrook home except for medical treatments.

Police logs - Oct. 17, 2018

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Norwich police seek missing 16-year-old girl

Police are seeking a 16-year-old girl who they said went missing Monday.

Police: Waterford child who died in mother's car lived in deplorable conditions

Police say the autistic 5-year-old who died while buckled in the back of his mother's car on an 86-degree day in May lived in deplorable conditions.

Police logs - October 16, 2018

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New London man sentenced to 27 months in federal prison for heroin dealing

Luis Gonzalez, 48, who was described as a street-level dealer, pleaded guilty in June to one count of use of a telephone to facilitate the commission of a drug trafficking felony.

Man escapes injury in wild Stonington crash

A man escaped injury early Monday afternoon when police said his SUV went airborne twice before crashing into a stand of trees about 50 yards from where he left the road.

Clinton woman killed in crash that closed I-95 south Sunday

A town woman died Sunday night when the car she was a passenger in swerved for an unknown reason and struck the median barrier on Interstate 95 south near Exit 64, state police said.

Oil spill closes Eighth Street bridge in Norwich, trails along roads in Norwich and Preston

Barrels carrying heating oil in a trailer tipped and spilled along roads in Norwich and Preston.



New London firefighters battle Sunday night house fire

New London firefighters battle the blaze at 91 Squire St. on Sunday night. (Mary Biekert/The Day)

City firefighters extinguished a fire in a two-family home at 91 Squire St. that broke out just before 7:30 p.m. Sunday and caused extensive damage to the upper two floors.

Police logs - October 15, 2018

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Police logs - Oct. 14, 2018

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Police logs - Oct. 13, 2018

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Norwich man killed in Haddam head-on collision

A Norwich man died in a head-on crash near 631 Route 81 on Thursday evening, state police said.



Former federal prosecutors to discuss Russian probe Monday night

Two of Connecticut's former U.S. attorneys, Deirdre Daly and Kevin O'Connor, will discuss the investigation of Special Counsel Robert Mueller at a forum at 6:30 Monday in West Hartford.

Stonington woman charged with having sex with 15-year-old student

State police have charged a veteran supervisor at the Waterford Country School with providing alcohol to a 15-year-old boy who was in a program at the school and sexually assaulting him at her Elm Street home.

Longtime K-9 handler is Waterford’s newest school resource officer

Waterford police Officer Dan Lane exchanges a secret handshake with student Trevor Stringer as Lane greets students at morning drop-off Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, during his duty as school resource officer at Clark Lane Middle School. Lane spent the last 17 years as a K-9 officer with the town before moving over to the schools beat this year. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

After 17 years of handling K-9s for the Waterford Police Department, Officer Dan Lane has turned his focus to a new population: Clark Lane Middle School students.

Officials renew push for rear seat belt law after New York limousine crash

After a limousine crash outside Albany, N.Y., left 20 people dead Oct. 6, AAA of Greater Hartford will push even harder for legislation requiring seat belts for all vehicle passengers.

Adams remains hospitalized pending federal tax evasion sentencing

David M. Adams, 57, who faces years in prison, has been ordered to appear before a judge within 24 hours of his release from the hospital.