Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
A Montville teen allegedly broke into a home, walked into a bedroom and woke up one of the girls sleeping there, police said.
The woman ran out of the funeral home with her son's urn.
Police charged the couple after conduct surveillance on them.
Federal, state and local authorities will return Wednesday to a field in Ledyard where a man was found dead in 2006.
Two East Lyme women were arrested Tuesday after a lengthy investigation into Rainforest Spa.
Mark Missino also faces up to 40 years in state prison for allegedly stealing firearms, jewelry and other items during a home burglary spree.
Authorities say the man was involved in a large-scale drug trafficking and distribution network operating in New London County.
Police say the man attempted to rob the Cumberland Farms in the Quaker Hill section of Waterford.
Police said Tailor Benoit, 15, and Yaira Hernandez, 16, may be in the New London area.
Police say the man is a convicted felon and that the firearms, including an illegal assault weapon, were stolen from an acquaintance of the woman.
Authorities say the New London man was selling the drug throughout southeastern Connecticut.
The case is tied to an investigation to combat the large-scale trafficking of heroin and cocaine from the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico into and around southeastern Connecticut.
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Juan G. Cheverez and another man from Groton were reportedly involved in the trafficking and distribution of large amounts of cocaine in southeastern Connecticut.
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.
Eleven years ago today, while working to keep Montville safe, Officer Sachatello lost his life.
McFee is alleged to have taken a disparaging sign, Dump Dana, that former Montville Town Councilor Gary Murphy posted