Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
The crash happened on on Church Hill Road. The Trumbull and Monroe Police Departments are investigating.
Connecticut compiled the information to determine if the state has a racial profiling problem.
Over two dozen local agencies will participate in the free community safety event.
Thomas Fischer is charged with violation of a protective order in connection with the suspicious death of Jennifer Sredzinski of Monroe.
Two important laws on police accountability were passed in Connecticut this year.
The nation-wide movement spread to Hartford on Thursday.
The largest 9/11 charity ride in New England will pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
There were 315 accidents, one fatal, and 35 driving while under the influence citations.
The public is invited to attend a Firefighter Recognition Day ceremony that honors all Connecticut firefighters.
Police were able to locate the suspicious car in Hamden, Conn. on Friday.
Most traffic deaths from speeding in Connecticut are on rural roads. The state Department of Transportation focuses its efforts there.
The National Safety Council estimates car accidents will kill 395 people over the 2014 Labor Day weekend.
Law enforcement authorities are looking for a 2014 silver Volkswagen Jetta driven by a man thought to have made a threat against Obama.
Portion of the Merritt Parkway closed briefly while crash is investigated and cleared.
State Troopers will be targeting impaired drivers during this month-long campaign.
A woman was sentenced for supplying meth for the Connecticut drug ring.
She left the children in one parking lot in Milford and drove to another and did the same thing.
Westport man withheld money after settling a case while practicing law without a license.
Governor signs bipartisan bill in Fairfield that requires installation of ignition locks after first drunk driving offense.
Police say the investigation is ongoing and expect to make several more arrests in the case.