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2:33am–#Bridgeport–A stabbing just occurred at Wendy’s on Fairfield Avenue.

1:20am–#Bridgeport–Driver falls asleep at the wheel rolls his car on it’s side int a parked car on Thorme Street.  Driver is ok.

Fairfield—Missing Child—Tomlinson Middle School Student who did not show up to school as scheduled today: 13 year old white male, 5’6” 140 lbs curly dyed red hair blue eyes unknown clothing description. He was last seen 8am this morning at the bus stop on Grasmere Avenue. Please call Fairfield Police if you see this child at 203-254-4800 or 911.

11:59pm–#Ridgefield–Police Officer chases down suspects and has one in custody looking for another.  They are in the vicinity of the Mobil Gas Station near Grove Street.  One officer has a broken finger in the pursuit/take down.  One still at large, canine on scene.

1:14am–Fairfield #–General Electric World Headquarters Security has 4 trespassers in custody requesting police .   I went on location for video but the patrol cars were deep into the premises so no video. Not sure if this is connected with the Occupy Wall Street movement, UPDATE From Fairfield Police–The four males were students from SHU and they were looking for a good hill to skate board. They were warned and removed from the property.

No apparent connection to a civil movement.

‎9:48pm–#Bridgeport #Stratford–Bridgeport Fire Boat One spots two dirt bikes on Pleasure Beach, Stratford. Police notified.

5:44pm–#Fairfield–Police have received two reports of a black male and black female arguing and having a physical altercation, the man forced the woman into his white four door sedan and took off down Riverside Drive.


‎4:02ppm–#Bridgeport– Fire department on scene of ANOTHER car accident at Barnum and Hallett Street. That’s 2 in 2 days, last week a police car was involved in one at the same location.

3:59–#Fairfield–Report of a small mulch fire in front of the UPS Store on the Post Road.

By Stephen Krauchick

DoingItLocal is run by Steve Krauchick. Steve has always had interest with breaking news even as an early teen, opting to listen to the Watergate hearings instead of top 40 on the radio. His interest in news spread to become the communities breaking news leader in Connecticut’s Fairfield County. He strongly believes that the public has right to know what is happening in their backyard and that government needs to be transparent. Steve also likes promoting local businesses.

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