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Bridgeport News: Gunshot Wound Reported in Bridgeport’s PT Barnum Housing Complex

#Bridgeport CT--On March 21, 2023, a 21-year-old male resident of the westside of Bridgeport arrived at an area hospital with a gunshot wound to the leg. The victim reported that he was shot while walking within the PT Barnum Housing Complex in the vicinity of buildings 5 and 6. No suspect(s) description is available at this time, and there were no ShotSpotter activations recorded. The Detective Bureau has taken over the investigation and is requesting anyone with information about the crime to contact the case officer, Detective Jose Bahr, at 203-581-5225. This news report is made possible by:

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Bridgeport News: Clinton Avenue Homicide

On March 22, 2023, the Connecticut Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) determined the cause and manner of death of the unidentified party found at 905 Clinton Avenue on March 21, 2023. The cause of death is blunt injuries of the head. The manner of death has been certified as a homicide. The unidentified victim is described as a Hispanic Male, 5’4” tall, 135 pounds, with straight black hair, and brown eyes (approximate age is 30-35 years old). At the time of death, the victim was wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt and black pants. The Bridgeport Police Homicide Squad has officially taken charge of the investigation. Anyone with information about this crime and/or the identity of the victim is…

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Bridgeport News: Homicide Arrest

#Bridgeport CT--On March 16, 2022, at approximately 5:20 pm, Bridgeport Police responded to 590 East Main Street (rear parking lot) on the report of party shot at that location. Upon arrival officers observed a victim, later identified as Thomas Asbury DOB 7/26/1999, laying on the ground in the parking lot next to a vehicle. He was suffering from two gunshot wounds to the torso. AMR ambulance arrived and transported the victim to Bridgeport Hospital. The Detective Bureau responded to conduct their investigation and process the crime scene. Mr. Asbury never recovered from his injuries and ultimately passed away at Bridgeport Hospital on May 6, 2022. The Detective Bureau Homicide Squad took over this investigation on April 20, 2022. As a…

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Westport News: Ulta Larceny

On February 3rd, 2023, Westport Police responded to Ulta Beauty (1365 Post Rd E) on a report of a shoplifting. Ulta Beauty has seen a significant increase in shoplifting and as such started using GPS tracking software on their products in an attempt to deter thefts. On this date, unknown suspects entered the store, stole merchandise, and fled the scene in a white vehicle. While on the scene, the investigating officer was notified that the tracking device was activated and currently tracking the item. Through an investigation by our Detective Bureau, the owner of the vehicle was identified and subsequently, they were able to identify the operator of the vehicle. The investigation led to Mr. Nadirashvili as the alleged operator…

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Fairfield News: Possible Changes To Noise Ordanances

The residents of Fairfield may face restrictions on lawn maintenance and other noisy activities on weekends and weekdays, following proposed changes to the town's noise ordinance. The changes include the "plainly audible standard" instead of the need to measure decibels, and set times for certain activities. The new ordinance aims to give authorities more leeway to punish people causing a disturbance. The Plainly Audible Standard The proposed noise ordinance replaces the decibel measurement with the "plainly audible standard." This means that if a police officer can easily hear music through a speaker, they can take enforcement action. The standard mainly covers music and sound amplification devices. Set Times for Certain Activities The changes to the noise ordinance also include set…

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Energize Connecticut℠ Accepting Submissions for 18th Annual eesmarts™Student Contest

New contest prompts encourage students to show off their energy efficiency smarts; deadline March 31  NEW BRITAIN, Conn. – Energize Connecticut℠ sponsors, Eversource and AVANGRID, Inc. subsidiaries United Illuminating, Southern Connecticut Gas and Connecticut Natural Gas, announced today that the 18th annual eesmarts™ Student Contest is now accepting student submissions until March 31, 2023. Updates to grade-specific prompts have been made this year to foster students’ creativity and allow for new technologies and social media platforms to be used in responses. The contest is open to Connecticut students in grades K-12 and topics are focused on energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainability solutions. “For almost two decades, the eesmarts Student Contest has engaged students throughout Connecticut and has asked them to use their imagination and knowledge to come up…

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