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12:34am–#Norwalk–Stabbing at the Shell Station at 307 Connecticut Ave. Police and EMTs on the way.

11:21pm–#Hamden police officer en route to a call at 75 Fairview involved in motor vehicle accident at Fairview and 2nd St.


7:16pm–#Seymour #ctfire Firefighters on the scene of a basement fire at Bellevue Terrace. Route 115 South Main Street congested with fire trucks.

6:20pm–#New Haven Police are looking for 2 males armed with a handgun pulled an armed robbery in the area of Elm and Sherman suspect wearing a tan jacket. They fled down Elm Street.

4:14pm–#Danbury #ctfire–Report of a structure fire at 35 Crosby Street, the old Iovinos shop.

Norwalk/Darien–A body has been found in the water at 800 Connecticut Ave. on the Norwalk/Darien border. We will update if we get any further details.

2:23am–#Branford–Lynwood Drive–Wife calls 911 states her husband was asleep on the couch and thinks he may have walk in the backyard into a pond. Sure enough that’s where he was. Fire department working on him and he should be ok.

2:11am–#New Haven #cttraffic–Report of car accident I-95 south near exit 48 I-91 split on Q-Bridge

1:38am–New Canaan–23 year old woman struck in the head has now regained conciseness in apartment above The Tuscan at 136 Main St. Police are investigating if it was an assault or accident.

1:11am–#Hamden–We have a report of a home invasion at Millrock Road by 2 black males wearing masks. One is armed pistol 1 armed with and automatic weapon. Both are wearing camouflage style clothing. We will update if we get any further reports.

12:51pm–#Southport–Fight at the Horseshoe Restaurant 355 Pequot Ave. Bouncers have dragged the fighter out into the parking lot. Police on the way. UPDATE–Sounded like they were getting “silver bracelets” for Christmas Eve but police called them cabs!

5:55pm–#Fairfield–Police on their way to Tahmore Drive for a verbal argument between a homeowner and the UPS driver.

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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