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Blog Posts in November, 2013

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  • Connecticut man involved in Hasselhoff ad theft gone wrong
    Connecticut man involved in Hasselhoff ad theft gone wrong

    Often when people hear that a person has been charged with theft, they imagine highly-organized thieves, or violent break-ins to homes or businesses. Many times, however, the truth is more prosaic. ...

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  • Hartford man investigated for fraud, accused of assault
    Hartford man investigated for fraud, accused of assault

    Most of our readers are familiar with the concept of white collar crime - that is, financial crimes that usually involve the unlawful appropriation of money with which one has been entrusted. Often, ...

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  • 3 suspects accused of 1,000 car burglaries
    3 suspects accused of 1,000 car burglaries

    Crime is, unfortunately, a relatively common thing in many American cities. It can be very frustrating for residents who are the victims of a crime to watch and wait for police to make an arrest. ...

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  • Questions remain after serious injuries in DUI arrest
    Questions remain after serious injuries in DUI arrest

    A recent drunk driving arrest in Norwalk has generated a significant amount of news coverage here in Connecticut over the course of the last week due to its surrounding circumstances and, perhaps more ...

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  • Connecticut teen facing serious charges over sign theft
    Connecticut teen facing serious charges over sign theft

    It's a line that has accompanied a seemingly endless number of newspaper stories describing the circumstances of criminal cases: "What started out as a harmless prank, ended in serious charges." ...

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