2:02pm–#Bridgeport CT– A woman was stabbed at 386 Stillman Street. There is very little info on this breaking news story. Detectives just arrived to investigate.
12:39pm–#Bridgeport CT– Multiple officers were called to help break up a street fight at Maidson and Wallace Street, near the jail.
#Stratford CT– Firefighters quickly contained a structure fire on Garibaldi Avenue.When firefighters arrived they found heavy fire on the back of the home. They were able to quickly extinguish the fire. Everyone made it out safely. There were no reported injuries. Firefighters from surrounding towns provided mutual aid to cover the fire stations emptied to battle
#Monroe CT– Tonight the Stepney Volunteer Fire Department said goodbye to an old friend, a 1995 Gowans–Knight rescue firetruck that has served Monroe for the last 23 years. The truck will find new action in a volunteer fire department in Pennsylvania. But Stepney volunteers are saying hello to the new Rescue Engine Squad 103.
6:05pm–#Bridgeport CT– A foot pursuit in backyards from Central Avenue to Ogden Street Extension ended when a Bridgeport Police Officer may have broken his foot jumping over a fence in pursuit of a suspect. EMS is taking care of the officer. Heavy police presence in the area along with K-9 looking for the suspect.
#Westport, CT)- At approximately 9:00 am on Sunday, April 22nd, an officer conducting stationary radar in the area of 180 Bayberry Lane observed a vehicle traveling southbound at a high rate of speed. The radar unit indicated the vehicle was traveling at a rate of 63mph in the 25mph zone. As the officer initiated a
BRIDGEPORT – Bridgeport Mayor and Democratic candidate for Governor Joe Ganim today called for the Connecticut General Assembly to pass Senate Bill No. 540, AN ACT AUTHORIZING SPORTS WAGERING AND ONLINE LOTTERY DRAW GAMES IN THE STATE. The bill sets up legal, highly regulated, taxable sports betting in Connecticut. If enacted, it is estimated that legalizing
#Westport News: On 02/26/2018, an officer reviewing recent Westport pawn and precious metals transactions observed multiple silver items sold by Maribeth Nixon. The silver items were engraved with initials different than her own. Nixon was known to the department as a caretaker for a local elderly woman with initials matching those engraved on the silver
11:33pm–#Bridgeport CT– Report of shots fired and shell casing found in the 300 block of Valley Avenue (near Up Street). So far no one or anything reported hit. This news report is made possible by:
#Fairfield CT–The Fairfield Special Education PTA is set to host a FREE Provider and Resource Fair for all Fairfield residents, and those in surrounding towns, who have children with special needs or disabilities. This fair will take place on Wednesday, April 25th from 6 PM – 8:30 PM at McKinley Elementary School located at 60