Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
According to federal officials, the BMG gun store had several firearms, including machine guns and guns with silencers, without changing the registration.
Americans traveling to the Games this year should be vigilant of their surroundings, officials said.
The ranking is based on arrests per capita.
'Cell tower dumps’ are causing Americans to ponder their basic rights of privacy.
FEMA issues new guidelines for first responders of mass attacks.
A look at ‘dabbing,’ a new trend in marijuana consumption.
Facebook feeds and cable networks are full of coverage of innocent people being sucker punched. But there’s not much evidence of this “game” sweeping the nation.
The force will be strong on Twitter for the 2nd Global Police Tweet-a-thon.
Police say a woman was treated for minor injuries after losing control of her vehicle along Route 147, a crash that caused a fuel spill along the Coginchaug River.
Local alternate routes suggested.
One reader calls Patch’s attention to “inappropriate” graffiti on the empty IGA building and other vacant properties in the plaza. What should be done?
Patch was there to watch the grand finale of the Connecticut State Fire Association’s convention.
Yesterday's robbery suspect responsible for area daytime home robberies.
22-year-old Alex Wullaert withdrew his request for accelerated rehabilitation Thursday; Judge orders him to abstain from having a dog for duration of hearings.
46-year-old Sung H. Hwang maintains he had a right to bring a loaded gun into a movie theater. No one was injured during the incident.
Branford Police reported that a two-and-half-year-old child fell from construction equipment last night, succumbing to life-threatening injuries to his head and face.
A roundup of some of the more "interesting" police reports.
Some of the more "interesting" police reports this week.
When crime makes you say, Oh My God.