Month: November 2022

Bridgeport News: Arrest On City Hall “Incident”

#Briegeport CT--On November 29, 2022 the Bridgeport ECC received a call at 1330hrs from a City Employee located within City Hall 45 Lyon Terrace, indicating a person entered their department and was very agitated regarding an on-going neighbor issue. The male party began threatening the City employee over the issue and indicated he would take matters into his own with the neighbors and come back with a weapon to take out the employee as well. The male party then left the department and the building. Out an abundance of caution, City Hall was immediately placed in a lock-in/lock-out while police presence was increased and visitors were screened upon entering the building. The Bridgeport Police Department began an immediate search of…

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(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont and First Lady Annie Lamont today announced that they have been invited by President Joe Biden to attend the state dinner that is being held at the White House on the evening of Thursday, December 1, 2022. This is the first state dinner to be hosted by the Biden-Harris administration. It will highlight the long-standing ties between the United States and France and include invited guests President Emmanuel Macron and Mrs. Brigitte Macron of France. “It is an honor to be invited to this administration’s first White House state dinner and we are appreciative of President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden for including Connecticut as part of this important event,” Governor Lamont…

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Bridgeport Says Goodbye to Pleasure Beach Bridge

Bridgeport’s Pleasure Beach will be on the receiving end of some much-needed maintenance. The bridge that was once connecting the city’s East Side of Bridgeport to the small island will be getting demolished within the next few weeks. The city has contracted Terry Contracting for the project, with the hopes of solving many safety issues that have been a concern for the city. Since the mid-1990s, the bridge has been out of service due to damage by a fire that tore through the bridge’s walkway. In addition to this, the bridge has been the focal point of being struck by oil barges numerous times since its closure. With public safety being a priority, the City of Bridgeport procured RACE Coastal…

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I-95 Crash

State police report that the car crashed into the back of a tractor-trailer that was stationary. Brian Lambert, 63 of West Haven died from his injuries. Next of kin was notified. 2022-11-30@1:00pm--#Milford CT-- Avoid I-95 southbound in Milford due to a crash. A viewer said a car crash into the back of a truck and they said the area of the rest area near exit 43 is closed. Exit 43 traffic camera is turned off. This news report is made possible by:

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Bridgeport News: Police Station “Incident”

#Bridgeport---At approximately 2:30pm the City of Bridgeport City Hall located at 45 Lyon Terrace was placed on a Lock-In/Lock-Out out of an abundance of caution due to a visitor making a threat inside one of the departments. That individual a short time later was apprehended and placed into custody by the swift work of the Bridgeport Police Department. The City of Bridgeport does not tolerate any threats to city employees and properties and will act accordingly and in a timely fashion. This press release was made possible by:

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5 Bridgeport Police Officers Resign

Officers Devin Polite, Judson Brown, Officer Natalie Luty and Jonathan Ferrao have resigned and will be going to Shelton Police. Officer Carlos DeJesus resigned and will be going to Weston Police. Officer Matthew DeFilippo resigned and will be going to Derby Police. There are just 6 officers in the police academy. A full force of Bridgeport Officers should be 425, the force is now at 286 or at 67% capacity. This report is made possible by:

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