Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
The boy was found hours after he was reported missing.
A police cruiser dash cam video obtained by The Courant shows an Enfield police officer striking
Governor signs bipartisan bill in Fairfield that requires installation of ignition locks after first drunk driving offense.
The man allegedly walked past TSA officers and approached the full-body scanner with no intention of stopping.
The Enfield Police Department made the arrest on Aug. 5.
Arrests as reported by Enfield Police for July 31 — Aug. 1, 2014.
The severe weather Sunday evening is blamed for a fire and trees falling on homes in Enfield.
The officer was accused of beating a suspect who was reportedly resisting arrest in April.
Firefighters from Enfield, Southwick and Windsor Locks helped the Suffield Fire Department battle the blaze.
Robbie Rossi, 42, allegedly received more than $12,000 in fraudulently obtained disaster relief funds.
The suspect reportedly tossed a lit sparkler through an open window which caused the deadly fire.
Blaze started in basement of house on Campania Road.
This is the first year Officer Chris Dufresne and German Shepherd Bruin competed.
The appointment ends months of controversy over his empty seat.
Michael Cole was charged with first-degree sexual assault, first-degree unlawful restraint, second-degree strangulation and risk of injury to a minor.
Target is expected to open its doors for business Tuesday.
Donna Lee Carswell, 64, of Grovetown, GA was arrested and accused by the state Department of Agriculture of placing sick animals into adoptions in Connecticut and Rhode Island.