2019-08-25 @ 12: 34am– A car ran out of gas on I-95 northbound just past exit 23 and pulled over to the shoulder. A car in the travel lane hit the man putting gas in the car and hit his car triggering a four car crash. Assistant Chief George Gomola said the man was not
11:57pm–#Fairfield CT– Police break up a bar fight at 55 Wine Bar & Wood Grille located at 55 Miller Street. One person had a laceration to the head and taken to the hospital. A second ambulance was called for another person with unknown injures.
2019-08-23 @ 11:44pm–#Fairfield CT– A woman in the 4000 block of Congress Street called to report an intoxicated 16 year old male was choking her. A short time later EMS was called for the intoxicated male. This news report is made possible by:
Fairfield Police UPDATE: Officers responded to Lakeside Drive on a report of a domestic disturbance between adult children in their 50’s and 60’s who live with their 90 year old mother. Further investigation revealed that the suspect attacked the victim with a razor, causing minor injuries to the neck. The suspect sustained a laceration on
2019-08-20 @ 8:08pm–#Fairfield CT– A purse was stolen from a shopping cart at the Stop and Shop on Villa Avenue. The woman realized it as she was exiting the store. This news report is made possible by:
2019-08-19 @ 9:19pm– #Fairfield CT– A person at the drive thru at the McDonalds at 1835 Black Rock Turnpike grabbed the drive-thru employee’s hand and attempted to pull the employee through the window. She struck her head. I’m happy to report they did get a plate number off the car.
2019-08-19 @ 7:45pm–#Fairfield CT– Today’s second vehicle fire is once again being hosted by Fairfield at Hemlock and Black Rock Turnpike. The car was fully engulfed. Fairfield’s first vehicle fire was a professional lawnmower at Andros Diner on Villa Avenue. Can Fairfield go for the trifecta? This news report is made possible by:
2019-08-19 @5:10pm–two boats in distress to report. The first is a sailboat drifting near the inlet of Port Jeff ferry. The second is two boaters that took off from pequot boatyard and have not been heard from since the storm This news report is made possible by:
2019-08-19 @ 2:50pm–#Fairfield CT– Today’s vehicle fire was hosted by Andros Diner on Villa Avenue in Fairfield. A dry chemical extinguisher was no match for the fire and firefighters had to use water to put it out.
POLICE UPDATE: The victim was identified as 33-year-old Geovanny Tapia-Zuniga (DOB: 10/03/1985) of Bridgeport, CT. After Geovanny was transported to St. Vincent’s Medical Center, resuscitation efforts continued until 8:09pm , at which time St. Vincents medical staff pronounced Geovanny dead. Witness accounts stated that Geovanny was swimming on the west side of the beach