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Joe Jenkins

Managing Editor, Orange County

Joe Jenkins is a reporter who has worked for various publications including the Poughkeepsie Journal and the New York Daily News. He Graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2003 and received his master's degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism in 2012. Joe is also a contributing columnist and analyst for various online sports publications.

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  1. Purse, Items Stolen Out Of Unlocked Car Owned By Darien Visitor

    Purse, Items Stolen Out Of Unlocked Car Owned By Darien Visitor

    DARIEN, Conn. – A teenage girl had several items stolen from her unlocked car while it was parked in the driveway of her friend's home, Darien Police said. The victim was visiting her friend on St. Nicholas Road on June 8. Upon returning to her home in New York, the victim noticed her American Eagle handbag, Tory Burch wallet, car key fob and Ray Ban sunglasses were missing. The total ...

  2. Trump Continues Twitter Assault On Former Westport Resident James Comey

    Trump Continues Twitter Assault On Former Westport Resident James Comey

    WESTPORT, Conn. – President Donald Trump took more shots at former Westport resident and fired FBI Director James Comey over the weekend, according to NBC News. I believe the James Comey leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible. Totally illegal? Very 'cowardly!'  – @realDonaldTrumpIt marks the second time the president has called out Comey after his testimony ...

  3. Olympic boxing hopeful charged with domestic violence

    Olympic boxing hopeful charged with domestic violence

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford Olympic boxing hopeful Nick Scaturchio is facing charges of physically and psychologically abusing his 15-year-old girlfriend and assaulting her dog, according to the Stamford Advocate. Scaturchio, 19,  was charged with violating a judge’s protective order, second-degree assault, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, risk of injury to a child, robbery, ...

  4. Connecticut Ranks As 2017’s 7th Safest State In America

    Connecticut Ranks As 2017’s 7th Safest State In America

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Connecticut was ranked the seventh-safest state in the U.S., according to Wallet Hub. WalletHub compiled data from 37 different metrics and broke it down into five key categories:Personal and residential safety;Financial safety;Road safety;Workplace safety;Emergency preparednessThe Nutmeg State was buoyed by its second overall ranking in Personal and ...

  5. Darien Police Continue Search For Car Stolen From Driveway

    Darien Police Continue Search For Car Stolen From Driveway

    DARIEN, Conn. – Darien Police are continuing to search for a gray 2009 Toyota Matrix that was stolen from a Mansfield Avenue Driveway, according to officials. The woman who reported the missing car said she last saw the vehicle on Wednesday, May 31 and that the vehicle was unlocked and with the keys left inside. The woman said the vehicle was owned by her ex-husband and that the car was ...

  6. Police: Pickup Stolen Out Of Darien Driveway Recovered In Norwalk

    Police: Pickup Stolen Out Of Darien Driveway Recovered In Norwalk

    DARIEN, Conn. – A pickup truck stolen out of a Darien driveway was recovered by officials in Norwalk on Friday, June 2, according to Darien Police.A resident on Henry Street reported her 2015 Chevrolet Silverado missing at around 7:30 a.m. The victim said the vehicle was unlocked and there was a spare set of keys locked in the truck's center console, police said. Authorities used the ...

  7. Stamford Man Charged With Dealing Heroin

    Stamford Man Charged With Dealing Heroin

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford authorities charged a local man with possession of about $200 of heroin and attempting to sell it at an area bus stop on Saturday, according to the Stamford Advocate. Leroy Hilliard, 64, was allegedly trying to sell the heroin at the bus stop at Atlantic and Bank street. When authorities responded to the reports, they detained Hillard on an active failure to ...

  8. Greenwich Equestrian Estate Listed For $21M Goes To Auction

    Greenwich Equestrian Estate Listed For $21M Goes To Auction

    GREENWICH, Conn. – A multi-million equestrian estate has been listed for $21 million, but a no-reserve auction slated for June 17 means the home could go for much less to a lucky buyer.  The 10,000 square foot home features five bedrooms and nine bathrooms set on almost 13 acres. The estate also includes an eight-stall barn with a tack room, wash stall, feed room, half bath, inlaid ...

  9. No Rescue Needed: Baby Animals Best Left Alone, Conn. EnCon Police Say

    No Rescue Needed: Baby Animals Best Left Alone, Conn. EnCon Police Say

    BROOKFIELD, Conn. – Brookfield Police were sent out to take care of a sick baby fox recently, only to discover the fox in question was left in a safe spot by its mother. With warmer weather in the forecast, more and more residents will be enjoying the outdoors. Brookfield officials want to warn residents that it is great to  observe nature from a distance but approaching to make contact ...

  10. Conductors On Westport Train Help Autistic Teen Find His Way Home

    Conductors On Westport Train Help Autistic Teen Find His Way Home

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Two Metro-North conductors and two MTA Police officers were recognized for helping an unattended autistic boy on a westbound train near Westport reunite with his family on May 25.Metro-North Railroad Conductor Sean Tedesco and Assistant Conductor Charles Dolan spotted the teen on their westbound 11:46 a.m. train from New Haven on Sunday, April 16. The young man, later ...

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