11:19am–Stratford–Attempted commercial burglary at 540 Longbrook Street who fled in a black SUV, possibly a Chevy Tahoe or Suburban with CT Plate # 371 GDU, carrying two white males with shaved heads in their 40s-50s approximately 150lbs. They fled southbound onto I-95.

12:54–Bridgeport–Police responded to a fight inside Club Azul on Main Street. Police quickly requested additional units when one of the parties had a gun. Police are now requesting an ambulance to the scene. 1:03am–UPDATE–Scene under control “a couple arrests with a weapon recovery”.

12:19am–Bridgeport–A Garfield resident calls police to report he is missing $2 million.

11:28–Bridgeport–Big fight at Ray Kelly’s on Fairfield Ave.. Multiple police cars en route .
11:38–UPDATE–Five arrests, police closing the bar for the night.

Greenwich girls labeled on FB Smut List: wtnh.com

12:01pm–Fairfield– Report of an odor of natural gas and one lethargic employee at the Conservation Workshop, 265 One Rod Highway. Fire and police on the way.

3:34–Bridgeport–Victim shot in the hand on Stratford Avenue but he does NOT wish to identify the shooter.

1:03am–Bridgeport–Police investigating a break in at LA Roma Deli at 652 Brooklawn Avenue. Police have a great description and video of the suspect.

11:43–Fairfield–Gun shots reported in Greenfield Hill section of town. About 11pm gunshots on Hillside Road, police found nothing upon arrival. Additional call for multiple gun shots on Merwin’s Lane and just now on Minehill Road (11:42pm). Police are investigating.

One dead in Ansonia gas station shooting: wtnh.com

11:08pm–Bridgeport–Report of a man down on Fairfield Ave. and Grove St.

Finch delivers State of the City Wed.: wtnh.com

The Fairfield Board of Selectmen voted 2-0, with one abstention, Wednesday to recommend that the state Department of Transportation name the train station on lower Black Rock Turnpike be named Fairfield Metro.

By Stephen Krauchick

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