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Trumbull Teacher Pushes Student's Head on Desk

Unusual arrests and investigations from the area.

Trumbull Teacher Pushes Student's Head on Desk

A Trumbull preschool teacher is . The student was not injured. The teacher has been placed on leave. 

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Someone passed $1,400 worth of counterfeit hundred dollar bills at two town Monroe businesses. Police said the reproductions were so good that marker tests and store scanners did not detect the bogus bills. It wasn't until Bank of America's sophisticated currency counting machine rejected it that the fraud was exposed.

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A woman living at Meadowlark Circle in Monroe was watering her flowers on July 8 when she looked up to see .

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A Westport teen was arrested for . 

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Police in Stamford this week dealt with an occurring around the city in what they believe may be several gang-related fights going on at once.

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In Norwalk, a man claiming he was "lost" was by an observant police officer.

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In Norwalk, school board member with allegedly driving an unregistered vehicle with a suspended license while talking on his cell phone.

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A Milford woman was arrested for .

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A 19-year-old Stratford man was recently arrested for allegedly and tossing her phone when she attempted to call police.

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A Stratford woman who teaches in Trumbull was recently arrested for allegedly pushing a .

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A vase was for a New Haven man who is now facing domestic violence charges after using it to smash his girlfriend in the face in her Hamden home during an argument.

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A Naugatuck police officer pulled a woman over for a traffic violation as she getting off Route 8 and, w.

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. Animal control officials say this is the second time this year that a cat head has been found in the same spot. 

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A former CEO of Latex International in Shelton was sentenced today to 70 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for from his former employer and for failing to pay more than $740,000 in federal taxes on both his legitimate and embezzled income.

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Darien police were called to a downtown location when someone reported a car was parked too far from the side of the road. When police arrived, they found the driver standing outside the car and later charged him with driving while under the influence of alcohol. The distance police said the car was from the curb?  Four feet .

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