#Fairfield CT–A body was found in the Elks Club parking lot at 452 Brookside Drive. Police tell me it is an apparent suicide of a man in his forties. Un cuerpo fue encontrado en el estacionamiento Elks Club en 452 Brookside Drive. La policía me dicen que es un aparente suicidio de un hombre de unos
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#Bridgeport CT–On Saturday June 27th 2015 at approximately 9:00pm George’s Market located at 175 Pequonnock Street was robbed at gunpoint. Police are looking for two suspects: Suspect 1: Black Male Medium Build Dark Sweatshirt White Logo On Back Red T-shirt Suspect 2: Black Male Stocky Build Ball Cap With Sticker On Brim Dark Army Style Jacket
#cttraffic–I-95 northbound has very heavy bumper to bumper traffic due to the two right lanes being closed for construction right after exit 27. A big 3 car pile up happened as a result making the traffic even worse, those cars are being towed at 11:15pm. I-95 southbound has the left two lanes closed in
UPDATE: I just spoke with Lieutenant Perez of the Fairfield Police Department. He told me that all the info below is accurate but the person fled so fast from the car he left his shoes behind! So the person was not robbed. I’d rather be 90% accurate and get the word out right away to
Update: She’s been located! Great job UB2!! 8:52pm–Bridgeport CT – Police searching Seaside Park for a missing two year old girl. She is wearing a black and white dress. Prayers please. Policía busca Seaside Park para una niña de dos años que faltan. Ella lleva un vestido blanco y negro. Oraciones por favor.
8:35pm–A pedestrian has been hit by a car at North and Clinton Avenue. This report sponsored by : Un peatón ha sido atropellado por un coche en el Norte y Clinton Avenue.
#Bridgeport CT (June 30, 2015 Press Release) – Mayor Bill Finch today announced the Police Department is instituting walking beats in the city’s four public housing complexes and expanding its Safe Corridors program in the area of Trumbull Gardens to enhance safety for kids and families. “Bridgeport today is safer than it has been in
6:43pm–#Bridgeport CT–Today’s car fire is being hosted in Bridgeport at Canfield and Scofield Avenue. This report sponsored by: Fuego del coche de hoy está siendo organizada en Bridgeport en Canfield y Scofield Avenue.