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    Greg Smith
    Wednesday, December 06, 2023

    DAY NEWSROOM: Day Staff Writer

    Greg Smith

    Day Staff Writer

    Phone: (860) 701-4326

    Greg Smith


    By Greg Smith

    Town Police charged a Rhode Island man last month with allegedly threatening to make public a video in which he says he had sex with a 73-year-old Mystic man who had paid him for the encounter.
    Bed bugs and the itchy bites they can cause are the focus of a lawsuit targeting the Clarion Inn Hotel in New London by a family claiming damages from their one-night stay at the hotel in 2017.
    An Israeli father of three with family ties to Waterford was confirmed dead at the hands of Hamas militants on Thursday, news that was delivered to his wife shortly after her release from captivity in Gaza.
    Three New London police officers shot at an armed 42-year-old suspect in a shooting in a New London hotel room on Sunday, hitting him multiple times, the state Office of Inspector General revealed on Wednesday.
    The Office of Inspector General on Monday said its investigation continues into the circumstances that led police to shoot a man on Sunday at a New London hotel.
    Small Business Saturday was created to highlight small businesses and the positive impact they have on local communities. The day is nestled in between Black Friday and Cyber Monday when the larger retailers tend to get the attention.
    Police arrested a Westerly man Friday on charges he stabbed his wife multiple times in an assault that occurred while the couple’s two children were home.
    The long-pending criminal case of a Long Island couple charged with a racist attack on a Black Mystic hotel clerk appears to be moving closer to trial.
    Ron Rando, a rough-around-the-edges conservative, Second Amendment advocate and longtime owner of Ron’s Guns in East Lyme, died on Sunday at the age of 87.
    The recent seizure of weapons-related paraphernalia in Groton was typical of the type of cases on the rise in Connecticut, where police are applying for temporary confiscation of guns at a rapidly rising rate.