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Police logs - Jan. 17, 2021

Arrests by state and local police across the region.

Life Star transports 29-year-old man to hospital following motorcycle crash in Ledyard

Jeffrey A. Wilbur of Ledyard was driving the motorcycle south on Colonel Ledyard Highway when he veered off the right shoulder of the roadway and hit the guard rail, police said

East Lyme police arrest 3 alleged grease thieves in one week

Used oil can be sold and is used for biodiesel fuel and in a variety of other products. In a statement, town police Chief Michael Finkelstein said the thefts are an ongoing problem in the region and often damage restaurant equipment.

Police logs - Jan. 16, 2021

Arrests by state and local police around the region.

New London police seek public's help on hate crime incident

City police on Friday issued a call to the public for information as it seeks the person responsible for writing a racial epithet on a package outside the home of Board of Education President Regina Mosley.

Stonington police charge man with stealing ATM

Police charged an Ansonia man Wednesday in connection with the theft of a convenience store ATM in 2018.

Man trapped in vehicle after striking tree in Stonington

Man trapped in vehicle after striking tree in Stonington

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Pets are pandemic winners

The animal shelters have emptied out as pets have become irresistible pandemic companions.

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UPDATED: Trump supporters do not show up at state Capitol

Joanna Iovino of Hartford holds an anti-fascist sign Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021, as she uses her phone to livestream from the Connecticut State Capitol building in Hartford. An expected rally by supporters of President Donald Trump and those who dispute the results of the presidential election never materialized.  (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

An expected rally at the state Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump and those who dispute the results of the presidential election never materialized Sunday afternoon.

Mystic chamber announces changes

A new welcome center location, new board members and the search for a new president are among the changes.

Somers, Howard to hold virtual town meeting on Jan. 26

State Sen. Heather Somers, R-18th District, and State Rep. Greg Howard, R-Stonington, will host a virtual town hall about the 2021 legislative session via Zoom on Tuesday, Jan. 26 at 6 p.m.

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Virus in New England: Nursing shortage in Maine; concerns over access to vaccine

The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services isn’t happy that board members at a New Hampshire nursing home “cut in line” to receive a COVID-19 vaccine

Gunshot victim crashes into New Haven building, dies

Police say a shooting victim crashed a car into a building in New Haven after he had been mortally wounded