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    Police in Fairfield County are warning residents of a strong-arm robbery following the arrest of a juvenile for stealing an iPhone after setting up the purchase of the phone online. The incident took place on Saturday, Feb. 13, when the Monroe Police received the report of a strong-arm robbery at a residence on Castlewood Drive in Monroe, police said. The complainant told police they had listed an iPhone 11 64GB for sale on Facebook Market Place. An individual expressed interest in purchasing the phone and arrangements were made for exchange to take place at the victim’s residence, according to Monroe PD Lieutenant Stephen Corrone said. At the agreed-upon time, two unknown males arrived at the residence. When the victim brought the phone out to show the suspects, one of them immediately grabbed the phone and both suspects fled on foot to an awaiting vehicle.  The phone was valued at $500, Corrone said. Monroe Detectives identified...
    A well-known Fairfield County government employee was ticketed for having a huge party at his home amid the COVID-19 pandemic which drew local police after receiving parking complaints. Daniel Pizarro, who currently works for Bridgeport’s housing code office, held the event for his 48th birthday at his home on Huntington Turnpike in Trumbull on Saturday, Jan. 16, said Trumbull Police Lt. Brian Weir.  Police were alerted to the event, which some say had more than 300 guests, after being notified of a traffic hazard with many cars parked on lower Huntington Turnpike, near the Bridgeport town line. As officers arrived, they discovered that a large gathering was taking place at a nearby residence, Weir said. Officers went to the source of the gathering where they met with the resident, Pizarro, and had him break up the party that he was hosting.  "Police needed to rectify the parking situation and also to have everyone comply with the...
    A woman was charged with manslaughter after allegedly stabbing to death a man she was previously involved with at her Fairfield County home, according to police. Anissa Maples, age 48, of Stamford, was arrested after 3;14 a.m., Saturday, after officers responded to her home at 246 Montauk Drive for a report of a man causing a disturbance and refusing to leave, said Stamford PD Lt. Tom Scanlon. While officers were responding to the scene, an additional call was received from Maples, reporting that she had stabbed the man, identified as Welton Harris, Scanlon said. When officers arrived, they found Harris, 50, lying on the ground outside the residence with a stab wound to the chest.  Harris was transported to Stamford Hospital where he later died. Major Crime Unit and Crime Scene investigators responded to the scene and executed a search warrant at the residence, Scanlon said.  Maples was charged with manslaughter and released on her...
    A man has been arrested for killing a person and setting the body on fire in the backyard of a Long Island residence, police said. Police responded to a 911 call reporting a fire in the backyard of a residence in Shirley located at 27 Mastic Blvd. West at approximately 2:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 26. Upon arriving on the scene, officers found a body burning on the property, Suffolk County Police said. The fire was extinguished.  An autopsy will be conducted by the Office of the Suffolk County Medical Examiner to determine a cause of death and identify the victim, who is believed to be a male. A resident of the home, Peter Pendzinski, 20, of Shirley, has been charged with second-degree murder. He was transported to a local hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries and is scheduled to be arraigned at First District Court in Central Islip on a...
    BEXAR COUNTY, Texas – Deputies are investigating after making a “disturbing discovery” of a meth lab in northeast Bexar County, Sheriff Javier Salazar said Thursday night. Salazar says DEA agents and deputies assigned to a task force pursued a subject and made a traffic stop near US 281 and Jones Maltsberger. The man they stopped had two young children in the vehicle with him and 10 kilograms of methamphetamine, Salazar said. The man led the deputies and agents to a residence in the 5400 block of Lake Grove. That’s where Salazar said they made a “disturbing discovery,” — a commercial drug operation for methamphetamine. Salazar said the “conversion lab” had liquid drugs filled in five-gallon buckets typically used to store paint or chemicals. He said the drugs were being converted from liquid to solid at the residence and then were set to be packed and distributed to the northern areas...
    A former in-home caretaker at a residence in Mill Valley has been arrested on allegations she stole more than $500,000 worth of gold, jewelry and cash from her clients. Brandy Bernice Bullard, 41, of Stockton was booked into Marin County Jail on Thursday on suspicion of grand theft, burglary and other crimes. The victims reported the alleged theft earlier this month, Marin County sheriff’s Sgt. Brenton Schneider said. They provided evidence of an attempted break-in to a safe inside their home, Schneider said. Investigators executed search warrants at Bullard’s residence on Thursday. They found two unregistered loaded firearms hidden in children’s bedrooms, a large number of identity theft documents, fraudulent Employment Development Department debit cards and forged checks, Schneider said. The EDD and Stockton police are also investigating the case. Bullard worked for the Marin family from late 2018 to the middle of this year. The alleged thefts are believed...
    Officials at the University of Michigan have ordered students to stay home for two weeks amid a rise in COVID-19 cases as a professor slams the school for its 'ill-conceived reopening plan'. According to a statement released Tuesday, the order came in response to 'COVID-19 cases increasing on campus, and in the region and state'.  In collaboration with the university, the Washtenaw County Health Department issued the 14-day stay in place order 'for undergraduate students on the Ann Arbor campus effective immediately through at least November 3'. There are 4,229 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Washtenaw County, with more than 1,000 confirmed cases among students since the start of the fall semester.  Officials at the University of Michigan have ordered students to stay home for two weeks amid a rise in COVID-19 cases. There are 4,229 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Washtenaw County, with more than 1,000 confirmed cases among...
    A SWAT team busted in and took a Northvale man into custody before dawn Sunday following an hour-long standoff, authorities said. Police responded to the Tappan Road home of Richard Delury, 37, shortly before 9 p.m. Saturday after he pointed a shotgun at a female neighbor after an argument. Officers "attempted to contact [Delury], who refused to cooperate or answer questions regarding the incident," Ostrow said. "Due to the nature of the alleged complaint and for the safety of others in the residence, the Bergen County Regional SWAT Team was requested," Ostrow said. "With Delury remaining uncooperative and refusing to communicate with negotiators, a decision was made by SWAT to make entry into the residence at approximately 1 a.m.," the chief said. Delury was arrested without incident. Police charged Delury with aggravated assault, making terroristic threats and weapons possession, then sent him to the Bergen County Jail to await a...
    PORTSMOUTH — Scioto County Sheriff Marty V. Donini and Portsmouth Police Chief Debby Brewer announced that suspected drugs, a firearm, and cash were seized during the arrest of a Portsmouth man on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2020, at approximately 10:23 a.m. The US Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force visited the residence of 40-year-old Christopher E. Lewis located at 1778 Riddlebarger Rd. Portsmouth, Ohio in an attempt to apprehend Lewis for an arrest warrant on an indictment that had been issued by Scioto County Common Pleas Court pertaining to felony drug charges. Upon apprehending Lewis inside the residence, officers observed suspected narcotics inside the residence and contacted detectives with the Southern Ohio Drug Task Force. Task force detectives responded to conduct an investigation and process the scene. Upon a search of the residence, detectives seized approximately 79 grams of suspected cocaine, a loaded .22 caliber handgun, and additional evidence. The suspected cocaine had...
    SONORA (CBS13) – Police in Centerville, Utah arrested a man suspected of killing 17-year-old Eric Aguiar on Sept. 16 in Sonora, Calif., the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office announced on Saturday. Joshua Rodriguez, 20, of Tuolumne, was discovered by the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office to be hiding out with a woman in a camping trailer in the backyard of a residence in the Utah city, according to the Centerville Police Department. Centerville police said in a news release Saturday that Aguiar was arrested overnight shortly after midnight. Rodriguez was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Davis County Jail. Rodriguez is awaiting extradition back to Tuolumne County where he will face charges related to the shooting death of Aguiar in the Sonora High School parking lot. The woman was also taken into custody but released with no charges after being interviewed, authorities said. After the arrest, Centerville police said...
    OROVILLE (CBS13) – An Oroville man arrested on Thursday is accused of possessing a stolen car and stealing from a residence that was located within a Bear Fire evacuation zone, the Butte County Sheriff’s Office said. Robert Strawn, 36, faces one count for possessing the stolen vehicle, one count for possessing stolen property, one count of petty theft, one count of illegal marijuana cultivation and one count of possessing marijuana for sale, authorities said. Investigators said Strawn was caught on a game camera when he entered a Cherokee area property and stole two items. The sheriff’s office said deputies contacted the victim on Sept. 18 and were able later to identify Strawn as a suspect through photographs from the camera and served a search warrant at a residence on Crystal Pines Road on Sept. 22. Evidence located at the residence linked Strawn to four other parcels on the same road,...
    BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – New positive cases of COVID-19 are still steadily rising in Boulder, and have been for three weeks. On Thursday, Boulder County Public Health issued a new Public Health Order ordering all people between 18 and 22 to stop all gatherings in Boulder. The order is aimed at lowering the transmission rate of the COVID-19 virus. The order takes effect at 4 p.m. Thursday and is in effect for 14 days. New cases of COVID-19 have been on the rise for 3 weeks, with most among Boulder residents & CU students,18-22. To reverse this trend we have issued a new Public Health Order for Boulder that takes effect at 4 p.m. and lasts for 14 days. See https://t.co/M3luyVtG3D pic.twitter.com/VgwwNkVsGG — Bo Co Public Health (@bouldercohealth) September 24, 2020 Per the order, anyone between the ages of 18 and 22 will not be allowed to participate in...
    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – New positive cases of COVID-19 are still steadily rising in Boulder County, and have been for three weeks. On Thursday, Boulder County Public Health issued a new Public Health Order ordering all people between 18 and 22 to stop all gatherings. The order is aimed at lowering the transmission rate of the COVID-19 virus. The order takes effect at 4 p.m. Thursday and is in effect for 14 days. Per the order, anyone between the ages of 18 and 22 will not be allowed to participate in gatherings of any size, indoor or outdoor, on or off the University of Colorado campus, or with individuals of any age. Anyone living at any of the 36 addresses listed in the order must stay inside their residence at all times. Those residents have repeatedly engaged in activities that violate standing public health orders. Those in that age...
    A Southern California sheriff has arrested a veteran deputy he says investigated an elderly man’s death and then was caught on video burglarizing the man’s unoccupied home three separate times. Steven Hortz was booked into the Orange County jail on a burglary charge, authorities said Thursday. He has served with Orange County Sheriff’s Department for 12 years. “The suspected criminal actions of this deputy are a violation of public trust, are inexcusable and intolerable,” said Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes. Hortz responded to a Yorba Linda residence in July regarding a man in his 70s who died from apparent natural causes, Barnes' spokeswoman Carrie Braun said. VIDEO EMERGES OF DEADLY CALIFORNIA BIG-RIG CRASH On September 9, the Department was contacted by an attorney representing the family estate who reported items missing from the residence, Braun said. “The attorney provided home surveillance video that captured the deputy making unauthorized entrance to the...
    OLIVEHURST (CBS13) — A Yuba County 16-year-old is accused of fatally shooting a man in Olivehurst who tried to break up a fight, officials said. The Yuba County Sheriff’s Department said 57-year-old Lonnie Long Jr. was shot in the 5500 block of South Gledhill Ave. Monday night. Long was taken to an area hospital where he died. Investigators say there was a fight between a group of teenagers outside Long’s residence and when he went outside to break it up, he was shot and the teens ran away. Detectives believe a 16-year-old boy from Linda shot Long. The teen was located Tuesday at an East Linda residence and arrested for homicide after being brought in for questioning, the sheriff’s office said. The suspect was not identified due to his age. Officials are still investigating this shooting.
    A landlord in Fairfield County who locked a tenant out of her home turned herself in to police custody after a warrant was issued for her arrest. On Monday, July 13, officers from the Westport Police Department responded to an area home where there was a complaint from a tenant who had been denied access to her rental property by her landlord. Police said that the complainant had been renting a room at a residence owned by Gail Heitz in Westport. It was alleged that she was unable to get access to her room on July 13 because the garage code - her only way into the residence - had been changed unexpectedly. According to police, the incident forced the tenant to find a temporary place to stay that night. It is alleged that when officers were able to arrange a time for the victim to retrieve her property from...
    VALLECITO (CBS13) — A Calaveras County man allegedly assaulted his grandfather and made criminal threats Friday morning, officials said. According to the Calaveras County Sheriff’s Office, 37-year-old Cory Virgil Baugh pushed his 77-year-old grandfather to the ground during an argument at a residence on Juniper Road in Vallecito. Witnesses told the sheriff’s office Baugh was on a “rampage” and was throwing objects in the house and threatening to kill the victims. Victims escaped the residence before deputies arrived while Baugh remained “hostile” inside the residence, authorities said. Neighbors were advised to shelter-in-place while deputies and Angels Camp Police Officers set up a perimeter and contacted Baugh. A crisis negotiator eventually convinced Baugh to exit the residence and surrender. Baugh was booked in the Calaveras County Jail on charges of felony elder abuse and felony criminal threats. He’s being held on $150,000 bail.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — We are learning more about Orangevale resident Andrew Casarez who has been unmasked as the alleged leader of a neo-nazi group. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office used social media posts to convince a judge to allow them to search Casarez’s home. It’s an unprecedented move that may have prevented Casarez from carrying out serious crimes, the sheriff’s office said. READ MORE: Alleged Leader Of Neo-Nazi Group Identified As Orangevale Resident Andrew Casarez Casarez has been identified by the sheriff’s office as the leader of a neo-nazi hate group called the “Bowl Patrol.” “I would never expect anything like this to be going on especially here in Orangevale, its always quiet,” Anthony Denigris said. Local law enforcement is taking immediate steps to make sure it can stay that way. “This is in Sacramento County and we were not going to wait for somebody to get hurt,” sheriff’s office spokesperson...
    A Big Lake man accused of killing his mother was arrested Thursday morning, officials say. The Big Lake Police Department and Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a Big Lake residence this morning. The caller said that his 20-year-old son was at the residence and had indicated that he had just killed his mother, according to a statement from the sheriff’s office. Officials found a dead woman upon entering the residence. Her identification has yet to be released by the medical examiner’s office. Eric Jordahl, 20, was arrested at the scene. The Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigative Division, Anoka County Crime Lab, and Big Lake Police Department processed the scene. Further information about the ongoing investigation will be released by the Sherburne County Sheriff’s Office. Related Articles St. Paul driver high on marijuana when he caused fatal crash with motorcyclist in May, charges say ...
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