Groton woman charged with racial intimidation after defacing photos

Mother allegedly ripped up photos of her daughter's boyfriend and wrote racial epithets on them.

ECSU professor’s gun study gets national recognition

In this January 2017 file photo, two guns secured with locks are displayed during a news conference in Oklahoma City to announce the launch of an effort to reduce firearm accidents. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

The American Journal of Public Health has named a firearm storage study co-authored by an Eastern Connecticut State University professor a 2018 Paper of the Year.

Police logs - Oct. 20, 2018

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Annual prison ministry program to focus on bail reform, jury selection

Community members and elected officials will tackle the issues of bail policy and jury selection practices at the Community Prison Awareness and Prevention Gathering at Shiloh Baptist Church on Oct. 27.

East Lyme police: Middle school student arrested after noncredible threat

Police on Friday charged an East Lyme Middle School student with breach of peace after school officials reported the juvenile made threatening statements.

Fire breaks out at Atlantic City Linen Supply

Firefighters are seen at the scene of a fire Thursday, Oct.18, 2018, at Atlantic City Linen Supply located at 5 Consumers Ave. in Norwich.  (Dana Jensen/The Day)

The flash fire started because a piece of equipment malfunctioned, and there were no injuries.

Police logs - Oct. 19, 2018

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Norwich man charged with sexually assaulting Pawcatuck girl

An 18-year-old Norwich man was charged with sexual assault early Tuesday after he was found in bed with a 14-year-old girl at a home in Pawcatuck.

Slapboxing case continued for Montville assistant principal

Montville High School Assistant Principal Tatiana Patten now is due to appear in court on Oct. 29, according to a court clerk.

Police cancel alert for missing New London teenager

State police have canceled an alert for a New London teenager who went missing Aug. 10.

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Police issue Silver Alert for missing New London teen

Leila Torres is described as a 5 foot 4 white/Hispanic female who weighs about 140 pounds and has blond hair and brown eyes.

Police logs - Oct. 18, 2018

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Stonington police seek information in distraction home burglary

Police are seeking information about a Tuesday afternoon burglary in which they said one man distracted a Canterbury Lane resident while another man stole cash from a dresser in her home.

Police logs - Oct. 17, 2018

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Norwich police seek missing 16-year-old girl

Police are seeking a 16-year-old girl who they said went missing Monday.

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Hughes sentenced to 45 years in prison for shooting death of Joey Gingerella

Joey Gingerella. (Courtesy of Tammy de la Cruz)

Dozens turned out for the sentencing hearing wearing black T-shirts printed with "Justice for Joey" and an image of a grinning Gingerella wearing his New York Yankees cap and sprouting angel wings.

Jury selection underway in New London stranger rape case

The trial of Monte P. White is expected to begin November 13 in New London Superior Court and last four to five days.

Adams released one more time prior to tax evasion sentencing

Judge Vanessa L. Bryant imposed an additional $250,000 cash bond on businessman David M. Adams and ordered him to be confined to his Old Saybrook home except for medical treatments.

Police: Waterford child who died in mother's car lived in deplorable conditions

Police say the autistic 5-year-old who died while buckled in the back of his mother's car on an 86-degree day in May lived in deplorable conditions.

Police logs - October 16, 2018

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