STAMFORD, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Stamford this week:
- Miriam Carey, 34, a Stamford dental hygienist was shot and killed by police in Washington, D.C. after a wild chase, which put the Capitol building briefly on lockdown.
- A 29-year-old Stamford man, Wilfredo Bardales-Romero, was arrested on assault, threatening and carrying a dangerous weapon charges after allegedly scaring girlfriend in a fight, police said.
- A 24-year-old Brooklyn woman, Reneisha Daniella Ferguson, was arrested on forgery and related charges after she allegedly tried to buy an Apple iPad from the Stamford Apple store with a fake credit card, police said.
- A 12-year-old Stamford girl was arrested by police in connection with an alleged case of bullying, according to police.
- Michael Fedele, the Republican candidate and former lieutenant governor, unveiled his Stamford Mayoral Campaign headquarters.
- The death of Ayden Baskay, a two-year-old Danbury child, was ruled a homicide, as reported by the Connecticut Medical Examiner's Office. Christian Williams, 25, who was babysitting the toddler, was arrested and charged with manslaughter.
Fairfield police discovered 150 to 200 firearms, tens of thousands of rounds ammunition and a significant amount of explosive devices in the Bronson Road house, according to Police.