Fairfield police are asking the public for help in efforts to find a man accused of sexually assaulting a Sacred Heart University student at an off-campus home.
A 26-year-old dance teacher has been arrested after being accused of having sexual contact with a 13-year-old student.
Fairfield police say the suspicious package that caused delays of up to two hours on Metro-North’s New Haven Line turned out to be a school project.
A driver slammed into a futon store in Fairfield, N.J. late Thursday afternoon, blowing out the store’s windows but causing no injuries.
Police in Fairfield, N.J., warned the public Saturday to watch out for an IRS telephone scam that has targeted two residents in the past week.
Metro-North commuters will have a chance to ask questions of the state’s top transportation official about rail service that has faced criticism in the last few months.
Investigators said that the plane veered off of the runway at the Essex County Airport, hit a snow bank, and flipped over.
Fairfield resident Robert J. Purcell is accused of sexually assaulting a teenage boy with autism during the victim’s grandmother’s wake back in April, 2012.
According to Metro-North police, the suspect assaulted the sleeping woman aboard the 7:35 a.m. train to New Haven. The assault occurred within view of other passengers, according to police.
William Dong, 23, has been charged with unlawful transport into Connecticut of a semi-automatic Bushmaster rifle.
Joseph Russo was arrested Monday and charged with threatening and threatening an act of terrorism, police said.
Ann and John Betar grew up as neighbors in Bridgeport and eloped back in 1932.
Joseph Callahan, 69, of Fairfield pleaded not guilty in Bridgeport Superior Court to 112 counts of illegal possession of explosives and other charges.
“This has been a very stressful time and I truly regret that I put everybody at inconvenience,” 69-year-old Joseph Callahan said following a brief court appearance in Bridgeport on Wednesday.
Authorities call it “high-visibility enforcement” intended to call attention to a law that took effect Oct. 1. It allows reporting of distracted driving offenses to insurance companies and increases fines for texting and using hand-held phones while driving.