As K2 overdoses in New Haven continue, New London officials wary

New Haven emergency personnel respond to overdose cases on the New Haven Green in Connecticut on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018.  More than 30 people overdosed Wednesday from a suspected bad batch of synthetic marijuana there. No deaths were reported but officials said at least two people had life-threatening symptoms.  (Arnold Gold/New Haven Register via AP)

As New Haven continues to deal with a rash of overdoses on K2, or synthetic marijuana, officials are watching to see whether any of the strong and fast-acting batch makes it to New London.

Police investigating Norwich fire believed to be intentional

Police are conducting a criminal investigation into a fire at 20 Stanley Place on Wednesday afternoon that they believe was intentional.

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Police: Woman's body found floating in river in New London

Emergency personnel lift a raft from the water on City Pier in New London on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, after recovering a woman's body. (Lindsay Boyle/The Day)

Emergency personnel found the body of a woman in her mid- to late 50s floating in the water underneath City Pier on Wednesday morning, police said.

Police: Niantic man charged with DUI after hitting cruiser on I-95

The man told police he had consumed three beers a few minutes before he drove through a set of flares a state trooper had arranged around a broken-down vehicle on the left side of I-95 northbound and hit the cruiser from behind.

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New London beating victim remembered at manslaughter sentencing

About 15 friends and relatives of Marlon Beasley attended the sentencing hearing for Edgar Sanchez-Valencia, who attacked Beasley early Thanksgiving morning in 2016 and inflicted injuries that resulted in Beasley's death four days later.

Police: Man attempted to abduct boy at New London park

A 12-year-old boy was walking down the steps of Fulton Park about 4:16 p.m., when a man wearing a ski mask, gray sweatshirt, black pants and hiking boots reportedly grabbed the boy by the wrists and dragged him toward a vehicle parked on Crystal...

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New Hampshire man pleads guilty to raping woman at Foxwoods

A 25-year-old New Hampshire man pleaded guilty Tuesday in New London Superior Court to forcing a woman into his hotel room at Foxwoods Resort Casino and sexually assaulting her on Oct. 14, 2017.

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Driver injured in crash that snapped pole, brought down lights in Waterford

A driver received injuries that were not life threatening Sunday night after crashing into and snapping a pole off Route 85 near Douglas Lane, police said.

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