Cyclist Hit Twice by Same Car; Men Arrested for Alleged Sexual Activity in Park; and More

When crime is weird, wild or just plain ridiculous, you’ll find it in OMG PD.

MILFORD – A 20-year-old resident reportedly yelled “I’m gonna run you off the road” just before he hit a cyclist with his car twice, according to police.

The suspect allegedly ran his car into the bike’s tire, knocked the cyclist off, and then drove back over the bike before taking off. The cyclist was not injured and managed to get the vehicle’s license plate, which led to the 20-year-old’s arrest.

Milford Patch has the full story.
ORANGE – Four men were arrested this week for allegedly engaging in sexual activity with other men in the woods.

Police sent detectives in plain clothes to Racebrook Tract to investigate complaints about inappropriate behaviors taking place there. During the investigation, four men, on different occasions, allegedly approached, touched and/or exposed themselves to the undercover officers.

Orange Patch has all .
HAMDEN – A New Haven man who was allegedly holding a woman and her infant child against their will led police on a chase this week.

The suspect allegedly sexually assaulted the woman, police said. He took off in the car when officers showed up to a park where they traced a 911 call that came in with a woman crying for help, according to police.

The infant was not injured; the woman was taken to the hospital; and the man was arrested. Hamden Patch has the full story.
CHESHIRE – Forty-nine marijuana plants were discovered and destroyed this week during state police’s routine fly-by.

No arrests have been made yet, police said. Photos of the crop and more details are available on Cheshire Patch.


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