(Bridgeport, CT – June 30, 2014) – An anonymous tip led police to arrest a city man on narcotics charges. Officer Sarah Nestlen and Matthew Goncalves responded to the 600 block of Fairfield Avenue Saturday on the report of drug activity. Police received information that the dealers hid the drugs in a small box connected with a magnet
1:15pm–#Bridgeport CT– Report of a person robbed at gunpoint by a known party at Mountain Grove Street and Fairfield Avenue. The robber has fled, and the person robbed is unharmed. La información que una persona ha sido robado a punta de pistola por un grupo conocido en Mountain Grove Street y Fairfield Avenue. El agresor
12:47pm–#Bridgeport CT– Stratford Avenue and Connecticut Avenue are currently closed to all traffic. Stratford Avenue y la avenida Connecticut están cerradas a todo el tráfico. Stratford Avenue e Connecticut Avenue estao fechadas para todo o tráfego.
(Bridgeport, CT – June 30, 2014) – Police are investigating a burglary of a church that happened Sunday. Officer William Brooks was sent Sunday morning to the United Tabernacle Apostolic Church at 2155 East Main St. An official from the church said the burglar gained entry my moving scaffolding in front of the building and breaking through a door. Stolen
(Bridgeport, CT – June 30, 2014) – A city man was detained by two females who caught him rifling through a purse in the back seat of a car Sunday. Officer Matthew Goncalves was dispatched to the 700 block of South Avenue just after 10 p.m. and was flagged down by a two women, who reported they had found
(Hartford, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that Connecticut’s Medicaid program for medically fragile children, known as the Katie Beckett waiver, will be helping up to 100 additional families care for their children at home, instead of a hospital. “I am proud that the General Assembly approved my proposal to expand