5, 4:40 p.m. Friday, April 21, 2023***. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department was filmed arresting two women, with a male officer holding one of them. A non-protester was blinded in one eye after being struck by a police projectile. A hospital worker returning home from work was beaten by police. Naugatuck police recently filed the following charges: Significant police activity continues in Morrisville, roads are closed, and members of the public are asked to avoid the area. 22-year-old Sarah Grossman was pepper-sprayed at a demonstration and later died in the hospital from what was determined to be natural causes. Protesters stated police fired at them without warning, while Dayton's police chief said projectiles were fired in response to water bottles and rocks being thrown. Compton city officials called for the deputies involved to be dismissed. Earlier that same day, a group of protesters led by local organizer Frank Nitty II marched onto the I-794 bypass ramp, and were confronted by law enforcement officers, primarily from the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department. Accidents; Traffic; Weather; DOT reports; Report An Accident >> Interstate 691 >> News Reports. The officer was later suspended for 20 hours. This is a carousel. Lovell does not have access to a vehicle and is still believed to be in the general area. The Vermont State Police will be available at the Morristown Police Department on Saturday evening and on Sunday for on-camera or in-person interviews with members of the media. A freelance reporter was hit with a baton and pepper sprayed. The trooper was later charged with and pleaded no contest to assault. Police fired a projectile at a woman filming, causing her to lose part of her finger. IRIS ESTELLA, 46, 39 High St., Waterbury, larceny second-degree, March 13. The officer was later indicted. One of the women was later awarded a $175,000 settlement for an excessive force lawsuit. She enjoys cooking, reading and playing with her dachshund, Finn. Reporters interested in arranging an interview should email Adam Silverman, VSPs public information officer, at. On April 1, 2023, at approximately 11:30pm victim left her car running as she went into the Chase Bank on South Orange Avenue. Motor Vehicle Stop Route 21 South - A motor vehicle stop resulted in the arrest of Gigi Morcelo, 32, of Newark for an active warrant out of Haledon, policed released the driver on their own recognizance with a new Court date. Male subject knocked victim to the ground and stole her backpack. An officer was filmed firing a beanbag gun at a man lying on the ground with his hands in the air. A woman was struck in the head by a tear gas grenade. Police fired a rubber bullet at a man helping others to safety, striking him in the back of the head. Investigators continue to encourage the public to take an appropriate level of caution as they go about their normal activities. An officer grabbed a woman's breast as she was arrested. An officer on a bicycle knocked down and detained a journalist from the, After a protest, a woman was forcibly dragged into an unmarked car by unidentified men in civilian clothing. The protester suffered a broken jaw and four of his front teeth were knocked out. Police put a man in a chokehold and threw him to the ground. March 23, 2023: DWI/Arrest: On 3/23/23 at 10:28PM, Maplewood Police Officers Lareau, Moen, and Angerville responded to the area of Walton Rd on a report of a Motor Vehicle Accident. Driven by a 31-year-old woman from Orlando, Fla., the pickup truck tried to pass a 2011 Ford F350 Super Duty pickup truck and collided with the driver's side, according to state police inan incident report Monday morning. Johnson refused to 4/8/23 Sheriff's deputies threw tear gas from a courthouse balcony. Evidence at the scene indicates that Lovell used a shotgun during his exchange of gunfire Thursday night with a Morristown police officer. ***Update No. Police fired tear gas and sicced police dogs on protesters. REBECCA MUELLER, 34, 79 Ridge Road, Naugatuck, larceny sixth-degree, April 6. WebPolice Services. Police pepper sprayed a crowd of protesters at, At the East Precinct, a 26-year-old protester was shot in the chest with a, Police tackled and arrested a journalist from. JANYLA BY STEVE BIGHAM Daniel Oler, 49, of 2148 Seaview Ave., Bridgeport, was charged Dec. 15 with third-degree burglary and second-degree criminal mischief. After a woman drove through a crowd of protesters, police attempted to disperse the crowd, and one man was tackled from behind, tasered, and maced. The victim was walking to his car when he was reportedly shot in the eye, drive-by style, by police. DEONTAE JOHNSON, 22, 101 Trowbridge Place, Naugatuck, failure to appear second-degree, Feb. 20. The Waterbury Police Department Records Division is open Monday thru Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed holidays). Police used pepper balls on protesters. A regional director from the. A reporter was hit in the thigh by a rubber bullet. 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She was charged with Assault by Auto by Driving a Vehicle Recklessly and Causing Bodily Injury, 3rddegree, she was, issued motor vehicle summonses for: Driving Under the 4/07/2023 Fernando Fernandez, 42, of Queens was arrested and charged with shoplifting. Multiple people claimed police struck them with batons despite having their hands raised. Residents and businesses in the area are advised to use caution and immediately report any suspicious activity or possible sightings of the suspect to the police. September 4, 2020. Police Blotter Assault and Robbery; April 30, 2023. The reporter was later released and his charges dropped. Web8 vintage Chicago Police Brass buttons Waterbury CoLot of 8 vintage Chicago Police uniform buttons, 5 measure 1 1/4" in diameter, 3 measure 1" in diameter. When the man came out of the vehicle to confront the officers because his pregnant wife was in the vehicle, the officers ordered him to move along. Fraud The victim reported they received mail indicating a credit card had been opened using their name. The. A suspect in this incident is currently at large. Video shows one of the officer's coworkers, a black woman, yelling at him after the incident. Detectives investigatingSebetlelas death obtained arrest warrants for Johnson, then 22, and Nazario, then 23, both of Waterbury. By. After the fire A Morristown officer who responded to the disturbance at the apartment near the intersection of Upper Main and Pleasant streets was met with gunfire upon his arrival on scene. Police were filmed firing less-lethal rounds at a man and punching him. Police repeatedly struck two women with batons. Rosado-Toro was a passenger in a 2020 Ram 1500 Big Horn/Lone Star. It was the final traffic stop Cavarretta made as a Stowe police officer. Elisabeth Epps, a member of the Denver Police use-of-force committee, resigned her post after she was shot by police projectiles. A deputy held a man's head down with a knee, while another repeatedly kicked him. A man was shot in the leg with a foam munition at close range. Police fired gas and non-lethal projectiles at protesters. First-degree unlawful restraint (two counts). SOUTHBURY A routine traffic stop Sunday led to the arrest of a Naugatuck man, who was found in possession of a Hawks fly high, then fall hard in first loss, Tenacity marks Hounds game on baseball diamond, Woodland softball continues to pile up victories, State reports COVID cases, deaths among fully vaccinated people, Naugatuck BOE member asked to resign over alarming social media posts, Police charge woman in connection with stabbing. 3, 7:30 a.m. Friday, April 21, 2023***. The Waterbury Police Department stated the 28 people arrested were from an "antagonistic" group separate from peaceful protesters. WATERBURY A local man was convicted this week of the brutal 2020 homicide of a woman whose skeletal remains turned up in a state park, according to the state Division of Criminal Justice. 26. On 02/08/23, Det. A spokesman for the. Manslaughter charge dropped in 2020 killing. Miles Johnson, 24, of Waterbury, pictured in 2020, was convicted of murder and other offenses Thursday in connection with the 2020 homicide of Rachel Lerato 6, 12:30 a.m. Saturday, April 22, 2023***. Agency: Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection; State Environmental Conservation Police The State Environmental Conservation Police (EnCon) protect the public and Connecticut's natural resources. The projectile shattered the victim's left eye. Naugatuck police recently filed the following charges: A pregnant woman was shot by police with projectile. The accused was released on a $500 non-surety bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on Jan. 27. One woman was struck in the head by a rubber bullet. Police used pepper balls on protesters kneeling and lying on a street. The man later filed a lawsuit against Louisville Police and State Police. JEANCY TSHIBANGU, 19, 52 Glenbrook Ave., Waterbury, improper use marker/license/registration, illegal operation of motor vehicle without minimum Naugatuck police reported the following arrests: Anyone with information on Lovells possible whereabouts should call the Vermont State Police in Williston at 802-878-7111 or the Morristown Police Department at 802-888-4211. 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The search for shooting suspect Henry Lovell is ongoing as of early afternoon Friday. The woman later filed a lawsuit. A police vehicle hit several protesters near the. 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He was not located during these efforts, which will remain active and ongoing throughout the day. The search effort involves numerous local, state and federal law-enforcement agencies and remains concentrated on the Morrisville area. In 2021 the man filed a lawsuit against the city of Tampa, claiming he suffered from memory loss and migraines since the incident. An officer beat a woman in her vehicle and wrongfully arrested her. The man later received a $2.4 million settlement. The accused was issued a misdemeanor summons and released on a promise to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on Feb. 10. Police targeted street medics in the crowd during protests at Pack Place, using rubber bullets and tear gas. The officer was later indicted for the shooting. An officer shoved a news photographer from. or the public information officer. Police shot tear gas at a couple in a vehicle waiting at a traffic stop in Denver. In 2022 the officer faced dismissal for the incident. A photograph of Lovell in the outfit he was last seen wearing is attached to this release. Police fired "many rounds" of tear gas and rubber bullets at crowds after reports of fires and violence. Connecticut State Police said Waterbury man Javier Rosado-Toro, 35, was killed in a crash on Interstate 691 in Meriden Sunday night. Following an investigation on scene the driver, Steven Maass from East Stroudsburg, PA, During the period between March 27, 2023, through April 2, 2023, members of the GRPDhandled 292 calls for service, the highlights of which included: Police reported on Dec. 16 at 7:14 p.m. an officer responded to a residence in Naugatuck on a reported domestic violence incident. In July 2020, one of the firearms was found in the possession of a convicted felon. As a protester walked surrounded by multiple officers, one of the officers stopped abruptly, causing the protester to bump into them. 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WOODBURY POLICE DEPARTMENT CRIME BLOTTER 3-27-2023 TO 3-31-2023. This investigation is in its earliest stages. A police officer was filmed repeatedly striking a journalist with club. CALVIN HICKS, 21, 31 Rose St., Waterbury, interfere with officer/resisting, Jan. 23. A woman was hit by a police horse. 0. Johnson was found guilty of murder, first-degree burglary, tampering with evidence, conspiracy to commit first-degree burglary and conspiracy to commit tampering with evidence Thursday, according to state officials. Police fired tear gas at demonstrators kneeling at the. Waterbury police blotter. Rosado-Toro was ejected from the vehicle during the rollover and was pronounced dead at the scene, according to state police. A woman sued the Portland Police Bureau for firing a rubber ball distraction device at her. Police cruisers were filmed spraying a chemical on crowds of protesters as they drove by. Sheriff's deputies used flash bangs on protesters while clearing them from the rally. VSP will continue to provide updates as this situation unfolds. GARRETT BEST, 29, DUVAL PACHECO, 22, 26 Orchard Terrace, Naugatuck, assault third-degree, disorderly conduct, Jan. 23. ***Update No. A police sergeant hit a protester with her vehicle. Journalist Kevin Krause photographed a woman who said she had been walking home with groceries when she was struck in the forehead by a police projectile. A heavy police presence is continuing in Morrisville while the search for Lovell is underway, and members of the public are asked to avoid the area. Initial reports indicate the responding officer from the Morristown Police Department was met with gunfire and returned fire. The past 150 years have During a live news broadcast, police were filmed shoving an elderly man, causing him to fall to the pavement. 04/02/2023 Here are some top priorities, What CT colleges could do in response to state budget shortfalls.
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