Month: May 2018

Trumbull News: Foot Pursuit

10:20pm–#Trumbull CT– Trumbull Police are in a foot pursuit on White Plains Road near exit 50 of the Merritt Parkway.  Expect heavy police presence.  If this and the carjacking was not put out on the area police hotline we wouldn’t know about it.  Trumbull is a police state.  They are encrypted and does not share with the media.  They only tell you the news they want you to know.


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Shelton News: 2 Attempted Carjackings

UPDATE: Police have both people in custody.  The second person found on Old Quarry Road.

9:44pm–#Shelton CT– #Trumbull CT–There were two attempted carjackings at Fern and Booth Hill.  Police are looking for a green Subaru Legacy.  Trumbull Police had a brief pursuit with the suspect near Unity Park area and have one person in custody according to radio reports.  The area has a heavy police presence with K9 tracking.


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Stratford News: Stabbing Arrest

5/26/2018–#Stratford CT–Ashley Jackson age 26 of Bridgeport was arrested following an assault at the Quality Inn located at 1500 South Avenue in Stratford. The altercation involved Jackson and another female who attended a party at the location. During the fight, Jackson stabbed the victim several times in the neck and chest with a knife. The victim was transported to Bridgeport Hospital and is in stable condition. Jackson who also sustained minor injuries was treated at Bridgeport Hospital after surrendering to officers. Jackson was charged Criminal Attempt at Murder and Assault in the First Degree. She was held on a $250,000 dollar bond and is scheduled to appear in Bridgeport Court on 06-08-2018. The investigation is ongoing at this time.

Stratford Police press release — not to be confused with the stabbing in Bridgeport last night.

Shelton News: Partial Building Collapse

On 5-29-18 at approximately 12:20pm, Shelton Police and Fire were dispatched to 281 Canal St on a report of a partial building collapse. A section of the rear of the building collapsed and fell into the river. Nobody was inside the building at the time of the collapse.

The Fire Marshal and the Shelton Building Inspector arrived on scene and are evaluating the building. DEEP was also notified.

(Shelton Police press release)

Special thanks to Jim Anderson for providing this photo.


Stratford News: Health Department Nails New Campaign

STRATFORD, CT (May 29, 2018): As the weather starts to get nicer and visits to local nail salons become more frequent, the Stratford Health Department is encouraging consumers to make their safety a first priority by learning to identify safe, and unsafe, nail salon practices.

“The goal of this health and safety initiative is to increase consumer awareness of safe salon practices to help minimize risk of illness or infection, while empowering individuals to speak up if they see something not being done.” states Director of Health Andrea Boissevain, “Our sanitarians at the health department work hard to inspect our nail salons, and understandably, cannot be there at all times. We need help from the community to let us know when a violation is occurring and for them to insist on safe practices.”

To help consumers better recognize the health risks seen in salons, the Stratford Health Department is focusing on the four main steps consumers can take to stay safe: washing your hands, throwing out single use items, making sure re-useable equipment is properly cleaned and sanitized, as well as waiting ten minutes for pedicure tubs to be sanitized. Starting on May 29th, individuals can purchase a personal nail salon kit to take to and from the nail salon. Inside these colorful travel kits, consumers will have their own nail file, pumice stone, nail buffer, cuticle cutter/pusher, alcohol swab for cleaning metal instruments, and a wallet-sized card containing the four nail safety steps and contact information. The nail salon kits can be purchased for $15.00 at the Stratford Health Department located at 468 Birdseye Street.

For additional questions, please send us a message at or call us at (203) 385-4090. Be sure to check out our Facebook page @StratfordHealthDepartmentCT to see our #worththewait nail salon campaign and our nail salon safety tips.

The Stratford Health Department is a nationally-accredited health department located in Fairfield County, Connecticut.  It is the mission of the Stratford Health Department to improve the quality of life for our residents through the promotion of health and well-being, the prevention of disease, and by assuring a clean and safe environment.


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