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Stratford Man Steals $14K Worth of Jewelry

Unusual police incidents in New Haven County.

Stratford Man Steals $14K Worth of Jewelry

A man in New Haven told police he was trying to “buy some (sex) and get high” but was reportedly robbed,  according to the New Haven Register. The would-be buyer wandered around the neighborhood with a gun, but was soon caught after a 5-year-old girl saw him and told her mom.

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A Southbury man, and former F&S Oil auditor,  was sentenced to federal prison for his role in a scheme by the former oil company to defraud Citizens Bank of millions of dollars.

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A man carrying a semi-automatic handgun reportedly  pointed his weapon at a convenience storeowner, took money from the cash register, and made off into the woods.

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Two men were reportedly in possession of marijuana while they were . Both were arrested.

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Milford police arrest teens over .

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East Haven Police are seeking two suspects, one male and one female,  from an elderly resident's home during an apparent roof repair scam.

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A Stratford man has been  for stealing more than $14,000 worth of jewelry from a Naugatuck home on Oct. 2, 2011. Since February, Douglas Fast, 47, has also been charged by police in seven other towns for similar crimes, according to state records. He has 26 burglary and larceny cases pending in state courthouses. 

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A Hamden car dealer is accused of . The owner of Bernardo Motors on State Street allegedly falsified the registration for the new owner, according to police, because he never paid off the loan on the car.

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