Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Victim is in stable condition.
Joshua Lacomb, 26, of New Hartford, was charged with evading responsibility.
Simonds Ave. is closed as Canton Police investigate the scene.
The state is seeking to reinstate the 2002 murder conviction of Kennedy nephew Michael Skakel.
Ronald Patterson Jr., 43, of Bridgeport, CT was killed Thursday when the military truck he was traveling in rolled over after a crash on I95
The off ramp at Exit 21 in Rye, NY is closed due to a fatal accident involving a CT military vehicle
Canton's volunteer firefighters and EMTs are ready to serve hungry patrons on Thursday, August 21
from 11:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
UCONN Health Emergency Medical Services is partnering with Canton Ambulance to carry a drug that will reduce opiate overdoses.
Mark your calendars for hot drawn butter, lemon slices, meaty lobster and fun on August 15, 16, 17.
Police don't believe the grenade had anything to do with the death of Kent Sears, 67.
The man was transported to Charlotte Hungerford Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
If you know this man, Farmington Police want to hear from you.
The fire started while the car was stopped at a red light.
A Canton man was arrested on several charges, including the sale of marijuana within 1,500 feet of a school or daycare.
Internet fraud and pedestrian safety are just two of the topics that will be discussed.
Have you seen Burton and Zuzu?
Canton Police will once again join many other departments across the state this year, in volunteering their time to raise awareness and funds for the Connecticut Special Olympics program.
Police made this recording of a phishing call made to the department's communications center.
Bank says customers should never get calls asking for personal account information.
Dr. Khosro Pourkavoos, of Avon, claims he is innocent.