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August 2014 Archives

2 Connecticut residents detained on drug charges

A man and a woman were recently detained and charged with several counts of drug offenses when police allegedly saw them exchange money and envelopes at a Super 8 motel in Cromwell. They were both taken into custody on the morning of Aug. 21 in the motel's parking lot.

Teen faces serious charges after shooting incident

A teenager was recently arrested after a shooting incident occurred in New Haven. The Connecticut authorities suspect that the 19-year-old Connecticut man shot two people, but the alleged motive is unclear. The man faces serious charges resulting from the accusations.

Multiple men arrested on drug charges related to steroids

Connecticut authorities launched an investigation into the possibility of an illegal steroid trade earlier in 2014. The investigation ultimately resulted in the arrest of two men who are believed to have been involved. A third was also arrested, although he is being held in a neighboring state. Bail has been set for all three who now face drug charges.

Alleged car jackers charged with larceny, assault

An alleged attempted car jacking recently landed two Connecticut individuals in police custody. They both face multiple charges, including attempted larceny. When it comes to serious charges such as this, defendants have multiple options in order to proceed in such a way that will procure a favorable outcome.

Criminal charges for man supposedly impersonating an official

A Connecticut state official is on administrative leave following allegations that he may have impersonated another state official. The accusations stem from an email that was sent to a newspaper in Dec. 2013. The email ultimately prompted an investigation that led to an arrest of one man who now faces criminal charges for impersonating another state official.