9:40pm–#Bridgeport CT– A delivery person was robbed by three masked men while making a delivery in the 300 block of Berkshire Avenue. Taken was his money and cellphone.
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5:44pm–#Bridgeport CT– Police attempted to pull over a blue Honda Odyssey for a traffic stop on North Avenue. The mini-van took off on them and turned onto Pacific Street where the driver fled on foot. Police quickly caught up with him and awarded him a pair of silver bracelets and a free trip to 300 Congress Street.
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Police Update: The city’s 22nd homicide occurred last night at about 1917 hours when two armed men came to the Just Right Cutz barbershop at 500 Park Avenue and started an altercation that left Deon Rodney (DOB: 2/19/85 of 479 Wood Ave) shot in the abdomen. Rodney was taken to St. Vincent’s Hospital, but did not survive. The motive for the shooting is still unknown and it is not clear if Rodney was the intended target. Anyone with information should call Detective Heanue at 203-581-5242 or call 203-576-TIPS.
7:18pm–10/14–Shots rang out at Just Right Cut at 500 Park Avenue and a man was shot in the side of his stomach where he died at St. Vincent’ s Hospital. Police have a suspect in mind and are investigating all leads.
BLACKHAM SCHOOL IS HOSTING A PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNITY
FORUM FOR SCHOOLS IN THE NORTH END
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2017
6:00pm in the GYMNASIUM
We will have a meeting due to criminal activity, college parties, zoning, blight, noise issues and
parking violations in the North End. In attendance will be BPT Police Chief AJ Perez other
enforcement officers, zoning, housing, fire, public facilities, and traffic officials. We need to take
back our North End neighborhood the increase of all these incidents, acitivties and violations is not
safe for our families and quality of life issues in the North End. This is an important meeting and we
must tell our neighbors, friends to come and voice our concerns.
CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IN THE NORTH END
POLICE & CITY ENFORCEMENT –SAFETY PLANS FOR THE NORTH END
BLACKHAM BASKETBALL AREA
IMPORTANT PROPOSED UPCOMING PLANS FOR THE NORTH END
SACRED HEART ACTIVITIY
QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES
If you have any further questions please contact 134 th District Councilwoman Michelle Lyons at (203) 414-7926 or
(475)-422- 3179 by email Michelle.email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org personal email.
Councilwoman AmyMarie Vizzo-Paniccia (203) 275-6412 by email email@example.com
You can also contact 133 rd District City Council President Tom McCarthy at (203) 449-6066 by email
Tom.McCarthy@bridgeportct.gov. or 133 rd District Councilwoman Jeanette Herron at (203) 395-4960 by email
#Norwalk News: On October 5, 2017 at 4:39 PM Strategic Narcotics Enforcement Team (SNET) Officers were dispatched to the Courtyard Marriott located at 474 Main Avenue for a complaint. Hotel management reported a marijuana odor emanating from one of the rooms. Management wanted the occupants escorted from the premise. The officers contacted the occupants, Kevin Tobar-Castillo and JohanCifuentes, in the hallway outside of their room. Due to the heavy odor of marijuana, the officers requested consent to search the room. The men consented to a search of the room during which officers found loose marijuana strewn about the room, drug-packaging material and a large amount of cash. Both men were placed under arrest at this time. While handcuffing Cifuentes, officers found him to be on possession of Cadillac keys. Officers then located a Cadillac in the hotel parking lot, which was unlocked and running. Officers observed a large zip lock bag of marijuana resting on the center console. While searching the vehicle officers found two
suitcases and a gym back that contained large amounts of packaged marijuana and drug packaging material. Officers seized 4.129 kilograms of marijuana, $18,317 and drug packaging material.
Arrested: Kevin Tobar-Castillo, 21 of 6 Lawn Avenue apartment C Stamford Johan Cifuentes, 30, of 5 Pettom Road Stamford Charges: Possession of Marijuana, Possession with Intent to Sell one Kilogram or more
of Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Sell within 1500’ Daycare, Operating a Drug Factory, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia within 1500’ Daycare and Breach ofPeace.
#Westport– On Saturday, October 28, 2017, the Westport Police Department, in cooperation with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will be participating in another nationwide “Drug Take Back Day” to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from our nation’s homes. Officers will be at the Westport Weston Health District, 180 Bayberry Lane, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. so residents can bring expired, unused or unwanted prescription and over the counter medications for proper disposal. Needles/sharps will not be accepted.
This national collaborative effort provides an opportunity for the public to surrender pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications to law enforcement officers for destruction. In our homes, these substances are a potential source of supply for the increasing abuse of pharmaceutical drugs in the United States and an unacceptable risk to public health and safety. There is also a year-round collection bin located in the lobby of police headquarters so drugs can be properly disposed of at any time rather than waiting for designated
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