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Woodbridge Animal Control Officer Charged with Animal Cruelty

Unusual arrests and investigations from the area.


A Woodbridge Animal Control Officer was arrested on a charge of cruelty to animals.

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A West Haven woman allegedly caused a scene on a public bus and then spat on the driver as she exited.

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A Stratford man was reportedly driving around town with heroin in his car — and his 4-year-old daughter, too.

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A 36-year-old woman broke into her family’s house and stole an assortment of items from her bed-ridden mother while she was sleeping, according to police.

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Two car accidents involving deer were back to back in Monroe one night when one deer ran into the side of a car, then another animal jumped in front of the bumper of the vehicle right behind it. No drivers were hurt, but one deer died from its injuries.

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A Trumbull woman, who has filed numerous lawsuits against the Trumbull police, is accused of filing a false report in an alleged threatening incident.

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A woman's attempt to flee Greenwich Police who were trying to arrest her on charges she forged stolen checks was thwarted when she tripped on a curb and fell. The incident happened near the Chase Bank in Cos Cob, where she is accused of trying to cash the fraudulent checks.

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A 50 year-old Westport woman was arrested after allegedly and artwork by fraudulently writing checks for the items on her checking account, which did not have the funds available, according to police.

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Two fire department chiefs and a state trooper were able to recover their stolen emergency lights from their work vehicles this week when two volunteer Stamford firefighters and two juveniles were charged in the thefts.

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Stamford police discovered a man to whom they were trying to serve a warrant when an officer spotted the suspect's feet sticking out of the bottom of a closet. Police also allegedly discovered a quantity of marijuana in the home, where two children were sleeping.

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In New Canaan, when it rains, it pours. A resident noticed a pair of copper downspouts valued at approximately $850 were missing from her home. The gutters were roughly 8 to 10 feet in length. Downspout desperados recently hit Darien, too.

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According to Darien Police: A few weeks after a dating relationship ended between a Darien woman and a 28-year-old Norwalk man, he repeatedly called and texted her. That didn't restart the relationship. He went to her home and banged on the door before 5 a.m. That didn't get him anywhere either. Then he broke the bathroom window and crawled through it. That got him .

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