Two men, one of whom was forced to leave Connecticut College due to various allegations of criminal activity, have been arrested on drug charges in a neighboring state. According to authorities, the men were organizing the sale of drugs to children at private schools. The drug crimes allegations relate to the distribution of hash oil, marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy.
Local authorities in Glastonbury recently brought a Connecticut man into custody on allegations that he was driving under the influence. The police claim he was driving so erratically that he nearly ran them over with his vehicle prior to the arrest. The man must now face driving while intoxicated charges in court.
A Connecticut man is facing criminal charges, including first-degree reckless endangerment, first-degree reporting a false incident and third-degree computer crime, all related to making false emergency calls that tied up police, firefighter and emergency resources throughout Connecticut.
A driver in Connecticut was charged with DUI after the car she was driving careened into five different cars and a gas station. The driver, a 31-year-old Bridgeport woman, suffered minor injuries after her vehicle exited I-95. Her car collided with one vehicle on the off-ramp before hitting another car near the entrance of the convenience store parking lot. A local taxi at the gas pump was also struck.