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**Live Breaking News Feed**


3:18am–Bridgeport–A person at 776 North Ave. feels sick after someone in the apartment was riding a scooter indoors.

2:50am–New Haven–Reports of two gunshot victims from possibly two different sections of the city. One is a 17 year old in traumatic arrest. The other a 30 year old man.

2:00am–Fairfield–One in custody after trying to break in to cars at the Metro Train Station.


11:19pm–Bridgeport–Police break up a large fight behind Home Depot on Houston and Dodd Ave. (behind Home Depot ) with one firearm recovered.

5:20pm–Fairfield–#cttraffic–Report of a motor vehicle accident Merritt Parkway northbound between exits 44 and 46 .

3:19pm–Bridgeport– #cttraffic– I-95 northbound rollover car accident between exits 27 and 28.  Everyone involved in the rollover accident on I-95 between exits 27 and 28 were fine and refused medical attention.

3:03pm–Fairfield– Jane Doe reported to police after getting into a heated argument with the dog owner that it is dangerous to leave their dog in the minvan in this heat in front o f Bodega Taco Bar, 1700 Post Road. Police warned the dog owner.

10:22am–Bridgeport–Man in his underwear with his dog rolling around in the grass on Manila Street.  Jumps into the back seat of the squad car when police arrive.  There is a possibility he is on some sort of narcotic and police requesting medics.

1:18am–Stratford–Reports of a man shot in the back outside 256 Woodend Road. Condition of the man unknown at this time.

1:01am–#Bridgeport–Man taking a McNap in the drive thru window at McDonald’s at 4290 Main Street. Police EMTs on scene.



11:11–Norwalk–Police, EMTs on the way to Laura Street for a stabbing.

11:01pm–Fairfield–Fox Street mother calls police that her daughter is drunk and beating up the boyfriend.

10:01pm–Bridgeport–Woman on Coleman Street reporting a car drove by her while walking and fired four shots in her direction.

6:15pm–Stratford–Man in Walmart with a pocket knife trying to pry security devices off merchandise threatens security with the knife when they approach him. Police now have him in custody as he left the store.

4:08pm–Bridgeport–Fire in the ceiling at 10 Manila Place quickly knocked down by firefighters. Fire marshal requested to the scene to investigate the cause.

2:28pm–Trumbull–Report of a rollover accident on Hawley Lane

2:07am–Bridgeport–Man robbed of a large amount of cash walking on Catherine Street by five black males wearing ski masks.

12:15am–Norwalk–Rollover car accident with one injury on St. Mary’s Lane.

12:00am–Norwalk—Police are looking for a flat black Honda Accord with two black males for a shooting that took place about 20 minutes ago in Norwalk. Last seen on I-95 northbound near exit 15.


11:42pm–Stratford–Stratford Fire dispatched to help Milford locate two missing Kayakers missing from Silver Sands.

10:56pm–Bridgeport–Carjacking in front of 1190 North Ave. Robber took the victim’s Gold Toyota and fled on North Ave.  Police looking for a black male black shirt, black pants black doo rag taking a 1998 Toyota Camry, displayed a sawed off shotgun.

10:53pm–Stratford–About 20 kids fighting in front of Zach’s Ice Cream on Access Road.

6:21–Fairfield– Fairfiled Police are shutting down Black Rock Turnpike Route 58 at Samp Mortar with primary wires and other wires burning as well as downed trees.

4:04pm–Bridgeport–Report of a child struck by a car a Madison Avenue and Truman Ave.

3:22pm–Bridgeport–Person on a dirt bike hit by a car at Grant Street and Mill Hill Avenue.

3:10pm–#Bridgeport–Police make an arrest of a man with a gun or facsimile on Main and Congress Street.

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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