Fairfield–Fire department contained a blaze at 157 Brentwood Avenue to just one unit of a four-unit condominium. The fire appeared to have started on the third floor in a rear room used as an office. One fire fighter was transported to St. Vincent’s Hospital for dehydration; several pets and occupants of adjacent units were removed unharmed.
Story of man calling 911 for beer delivery NOT true-Tim Quinn, spokesman for the Bridgeport Police Department issued the following statement to clarify the facts:
Sunday night, about 6:30, there was a 9-1-1 call from a Queen Street address in the north end. AMR sent an ambulance and they later called police. The man who called to the paramedics he was lonely and wanted them to stay and visit. When they said they couldn’t, he offered them $20 worth of change to stay. Police were informed by an AMR Supervisor this party has called them 79 times this year and none of the runs have turned out to be anything. This was also the 3rd call for Sunday alone. A neighbor says the guy drinks and pays people to go to the store to buy him beer. He did NOT call 9-1-1 and ask them to bring him beer, as has been wrongly reported. He was arrested for misuse of the Emergency 9-1-1 system and bond was set at $500. His name is Raymond Roberge…he is 65 years old.
12:08am–Bridgeport–Police are investigating a naked male in the streets yelling he is going to kill someone at Williston Street and Bunnell Streets. Police are also investigating a hold up at 670 West Taft Avenue. Police are looking for two black males, one a 6 foot, black and white hoodie brandished a black and silver handgun, the other was five foot 7 incheswearing a red Yankee baseball cap with backpack containing an assortment of prescription drugs.
Milford–Report of a robbery that took place in Macy at the Connecticut Post Mall has the mall in a lock down. WTNH has a crew on the way, we will keep you posted with any developments and updates. WTNH News 8’s Bob Wilson says lockdown lifted at Milford Mall. Fox61 reporting that a man smashed a display case stealing items, he displayed a gun and ran out to the parking lot. WTNH reporting: ” The suspect is described as a black male, about 5’10” tall with an average build, mustache and beard. He was wearing a black knit cap with a Harley Davidson logo, blue jeans, a white colored shirt, a gray sports coat and black, thick-rimmed glasses.”