2019-12-04@9:49pm–#Fairfield CT–#Westport CT–#cttraffic– Report of a rollover accident on the Merritt Parkway northbound in “no man’s land” between exits 42 and 44. State police are escorting Fairfield first responders down the wrong way in the southbound side so it’s safe to assume the highway is shut down. This news report is made possible by:
2019-12-04@7:44pm–#Bridgeport CT– According to radio reports a female student from the University of Bridgeport at 474 Lafayette Street was thrown down a flight of stairs by a male student. No word on the extent of injuries. It appears the police have arrested the male student. This news report is made possible by:
2019-12-04@7:41pm–#Trumbull CT– A man got his hand caught in a printing press at Trumbull Printing. The employees did free the hand and wrapped it up prior to EMS’s arrival according to radio reports. This news report is made possible by:
2019-12-04–#Bridgeport Ct– Only on DoingItLocal- Police are looking for a white van with a burgundy driver’s door in the 300 block of Huntington Road. The van is responsible for stalking and following home an 11 year old. This news report is made possible by:
2019-12-04@12:02am–#Bridgeport CT– A man was jumped and robbed by four teens at the corner of Main and Charles Street. One teen had a gun, another had a knife. This news report is made possible by:
2019-12-03@11:42pm–#Bridgeport CT– The Park Avenue Supermarket located at 375 Park Avenue was robbed at gunpoint by two adult males who fled down Park Terrace according to radio reports. Earlier Pizza Valley located at 273 Lexington Avenue was robbed at gunpoint by two teens between the ages of 15-17.
2019-12-03@8:08pm–#Fairfield CT– According to radio reports the manager at Coldstone at 2323 Black Rock Turnpike called police to report they received a phony $100 bill and that they have it on surveillance video. This news report is made possible by:
2019-12-03@6:41pm–#Bridgeport CT– The Pizza Valley located at 273 Lexington Avenue was robbed at gunpoint by two teens between the ages of 15-17. According to radio reports the one firearm was displayed and the register, the deliveryperson and a couple of customers were robbed.
Police UPDATE: Police said the officer was responding to a motor vehicle accident traveling westbound on the Post Road when she was struck by another vehicle at 1241 Post Road. She was transported to St. Vincent’s hospital with a minor injuries and the operator was transported to Bridgeport Hospital for a hand injury. 2019-12-03@3:18PM– #Fairfield
Today, Connecticut Insurance Department (CID) Commissioner Andrew N. Mais issued a cease and desist order against Aliera Companies, Inc. and Trinity Healthshare, Inc. for conducting an insurance business illegally in Connecticut, and potentially placing consumers at risk. “We are seeing entities in the marketplace misleading consumers and trying to avoid insurance regulation,” said Commissioner Mais.