After the FBI arrested four police officers, Mayor Joseph Maturo was asked what he would do for the local Latino community. He replied that he might “eat tacos.”
Sharon Brooks was driving drunk when she crashed her car through the entrance of Yankee Discount Liquor in East Haven Friday, and continued down the center aisle, police said.
Community organizers in East Haven say they expect hundreds of people to turn out for a weekend march calling attention to allegations of police discrimination toward Latinos.
A federal judge in Connecticut says she will delay a civil trial in a discrimination case against East Haven police until after criminal cases against four officers charged with violating the rights of Latinos have concluded.
In a 5-0 vote Tuesday night, the commissioners said the mayor should fire Police Chief Leonard Gallo to prevent him from collecting a lump sum severance payment while an investigation into four of his officers and his department continues.
On Monday, East Haven police chief Leonard Gallo resigned less than a week after four of his police officers were arrested on federal charges of violating the civil rights of Latinos. But that isn’t the end of it for Gallo.
Less than a week after four of his police officers were arrested on federal charges of violating the civil rights of Latinos, East Haven Police Chief Leonard Gallo has resigned.
Mayor Joseph Maturo Jr. has apologized several times but resisted calls for his resignation over remarks he made to a television reporter.
Governor Dannel Malloy is weighing in today on controversial remarks by the mayor of East Haven.
The FBI says Sgt. John Miller and officers Dennis Spaulding, David Cari and Jason Zullo are facing civil rights charges for allegedly mistreating Hispanics.
Federal and state officials have promised to begin the hard work of cleaning up the damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene on Connecticut’s shoreline.
Gov. Dan Malloy says he is pressing the federal government to help Connecticut assess damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene.
Two deaths in Connecticut were being attributed to Tropical Storm Irene, which knocked out power to more than 700,000 utility customers and swept some shorefront homes into the sea.
Complaining about the boss on Facebook changed a woman’s life – she was fired for it – but in the end, it was determined that the company was in the wrong.
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