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  1. Stamford Drug Dealer Charged With Sexual Assault After Groping Informant

    Stamford Drug Dealer Charged With Sexual Assault After Groping Informant

    STAMFORD, Conn. – A suspected drug dealer busted in a sting made the situation even worse by groping the police informant to prove she wasn't a police officer, the Stamford Advocate said. Philip Humphrey, 33, of Stamford was arrested Thursday after police set up a sting on Atlantic Street as word got out that he was selling crack, the Advocate said.Humphrey, who has been previously ...

  2. Stamford Woman Faces Animal Cruelty Charges

    Stamford Woman Faces Animal Cruelty Charges

    STAMFORD, Conn. – A Stamford woman was arrested by police on animal cruelty charges after turning herself in this week, according to the Stamford Advocate.Summer Parkman, 32, was charged after Animal Control Officer Michael Franzetti seized her abandoned dog during a search of her Taff Avenue apartment in January, the Advocate said.Parkman was contacted by Franzetti and made plans to be ...

  3. Heat Steams Up Weekend In Stamford

    Heat Steams Up Weekend In Stamford

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – Those who like the heat will love this weekend's weather throughout Fairfield County.The rest of the weekend brings heat and sun, as today's and tomorrow's highs are both going to be around 90 and sunny. The Saturday high neared 94, and Sunday's high will nudge 90.Each evening's low will stay on the warm side, as Saturday night's low will be 66, and Sunday's ...

  4. State Police Seek Help In Investigation Into Shooting At I-95 Rest Area

    State Police Seek Help In Investigation Into Shooting At I-95 Rest Area

    MILFORD, Conn. – Connecticut State Police put out a public request for information after a suspected shooting along I-95 in Milford overnight.Troopers got a call at about 2 a.m. Friday about a suspicious incident at the Milford rest area on I-95 southbound.When troopers arrived, they discovered a tractor-trailer in the rear of the rest area with a single bullet hole on the driver's ...

  5. AAA Survey Says Fairfield County Full Of Angry Drivers

    AAA Survey Says Fairfield County Full Of Angry Drivers

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. – A new AAA Foundation For Traffic Safety survey released on Thursday shows that around 80 percent of drivers in Fairfield County and across the country have shown significant anger, aggression or road rage while behind the wheel in the last year.The results come from a national survey with more than 2,700 licensed drivers age 16 and older who reported driving in ...

  6. Stamford Police Respond To Shots Fired Call

    Stamford Police Respond To Shots Fired Call

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Stamford police believe two gunmen were likely firing at each other early Sunday morning on Fairfield Avenue near Young Dixon Way, according to the Stamford Advocate.Police told the Stamford Advocate that a shots fired call came in around 4:30 a.m.Authorities found shell casings from two different guns onsite, reported the Stamford Advocate.The investigation is ...

  7. Edward J. Svec, Jr., 79, Formerly Of Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Edward J. Svec. Jr., of Norwalk and formerly of Stamford, died on June 4 at his home. He was 79.Svec was born on May 31, 1937 in Stamford to Edward and Helen Murphy Svec, graduating from Stamford High School and Bridgeport University.He worked for Chase Packaging Company in Greenwich and Monsanto Corporation.Svec was predeceased by his parents and sister Patricia Svec ...

  8. Stamford Man Named First Inductee To Wilton Schools Hall Of Fame

    Stamford Man Named First Inductee To Wilton Schools Hall Of Fame

    WILTON, Conn. – Longtime Wilton High School band director Frank “Chip” Gawle has been selected as the first inductee into the just-established Wilton Public Schools Hall of Fame, according to the Wilton Bulletin.The Board of Education made the announcement during its May 26 meeting, the Bulletin said.The resident of Stamford was named a finalist for this year's Grammy Foundation Award, ...

  9. Louise V. Sabia, 90, Of Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. – Louise V. Sabia, a lifelong resident of Stamford, died on May 20 at The Villa at Stamford. She was 90.Sabia was born on June 15, 1925 to Joseph and Carmella Rosa Gatti, graduating from Stamford High School.She was a longtime member of the Hubbard Heights Women’s Golf Association and Sacred Heart Church.Sabia is predeceased by her parents and husband James, and is ...

  10. Stamford Police Close Road After Powder Scare At Man's Home

    Stamford Police Close Road After Powder Scare At Man's Home

    STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford police shut down a portion of a local road Sunday afternoon after a resident received a suspicious envelope from his estranged wife, according to the Stamford Advocate.Authorities were alerted and shut down a part of Myano Lane after the man reported his skin became irritated after touching the envelope, the Advocate said.The Stamford bomb squad ended up ...

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