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Startford Cop Suspended For Stolen Car Cover-up

Unusual arrests and investigations from the area.

was arrested in Trumbull after she was accused of shoplifting and threatening to have security officers shot. She was wanted in Mississippi and that state is seeking extradition, police said.

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For the second time in less than a week, After the second attempt, , however he was released on his own recognizance pending his first court date, August 2.

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, facing 13 charges (eight of them felonies) from the most recent arrest including “Doctor Shopping,” forgery and felony possession of a firearm.

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A Westport man driving with a blood alcohol content that was nearly .

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For the third time since May, an entire display of panties was swiped from the Victoria's Secret in Fairfield. .

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A Stamford couple allegedly walking around TJ Maxx in West Norwalk collecting more than $325 worth of merchandise for which they didn't intend to pay. The pair, a 60-year-old man and his 51-year-old girlfriend, were stopped as they walked out the door.

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A Stamford man was charged with after a sixth-month investigation allegedly led police to a garage the man owed containing stripped parts from reportedly stolen cars in Stamford and New Jersey.

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A Bridgeport teen was recently issued a ticket in Stratford for reportedly "" while traveling down Main Street. Asked why he was screaming out the car window, the man reportedly told police he "was just being stupid for no reason." He was ticketed for creating a public disturbance.

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A Stratford police lieutenant has been suspended without pay for 30 days for his reported involvement in an alleged .

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A 73-year-old by warrant this week after police say he pointed a gun in the direction of a group of teenagers hanging out in front of a neighborhood convenience store on Spencer Street in Naugatuck. 

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Non-residents of Darien pay a $40 fee to use a town beach for a day. That money goes to the town—unless, as police allege, the attendant pockets the fee. In return for their money, out-of-town beachgoers get a receipt from the town. The town may use the number of remaining receipts to keep track of sales—unless, as police allege, the attendant . Police say one of his coworkers in the company running the gatehouse turned in the attendent, who was arrested after allegedly stealing $320 in the scheme.

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