1:34pm–#Bridgeport Connecticut– Report 4 shots fired at Carol and Orange Street. A tan car seen fleeing fleeing the scene towards Massey Fuel. Reportedly shot into a crowd but no reports of anyone or anything hit.
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On 08/28/16 at approximately 4:45 PM, Westport PD Officers were alerted to an ongoing domestic dispute in a vehicle in the rear parking lot of the police station. Witnesses provided statements indicating Stephen Shulman was striking the female passenger. It was also learned that a 6-week old infant was in the vehicle as well during the assault. Subsequent to the arrest of Shulman, the vehicle he was operating was searched. Marijuana and Butane Honey Oil or “DAB” along with packaging materials, scales, and other paraphernalia associated with the manufacture and sale of “DAB” were located and seized.
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12:00pm–#cttraffic–#Fairfield Connecticut– An officer attempted to pull over a car with mis-used plates, more than likely stolen. The car refused to stop and got on I-95 northbound. Police told me the pursuit continued because it was slow to mid range speed an the operator even used their directional signal when making turns and changing lanes along the way. The pursuit ended between exits 35 and 36. Additional units from other towns as well as state police joined the pursuit. Two are in custody, one of the suspects has an extensive criminal background according to radio reports.
#Bridgeport CT–#Hartford – Representative Christopher Rosario (D-Bridgeport), in response to a recent disturbing increase in violent crime in Bridgeport, has reached out to Governor Malloy for assistance from the Connecticut State Police to work in concert with the Bridgeport Police Department to address the issue.
“As State Representative for the 128th District in Bridgeport, I have become quite concerned about the recent and rapid increase in gun violence plaguing our city and impacting the safety of our community,” Rep. Rosario said. “Residents must see we are making every effort to quell the violence with a clearly present law enforcement response to this quality of life issue in the city.”
Rosario issued a formal request today and will work with the Governor and law enforcement on putting a course of action together that will have an impact on reducing the violence.
Rep. Rosario represents the 128th Assembly District and serves on the Appropriations, Energy and Technology and Transportation Committees. He also serves on the Transportation, Human Services and Judicial and Corrections Appropriations Subcommittees.
5:39pm–#Fairfield Connecticut– It was a BIG CATCH for Conway’s Towing behind Swanson Fish Market at 2439 Black Rock Turnpike. Police told me it was FISHY that the driver was allegedly GILLty of being unlicensed and FLOUNDERED, confusing the gas for the brake. The van destroyed a cinder block retaining wall (DAM) and fence. . Police also said the van was also unregistered for over a year. There were no reported injuries (no need for the CLAMbulance). Police let the man OFF THE HOOK with a ticket.