Waterbury Police have arrested a man Thursday in connection to the beheading of the Christopher Columbus statue outside City Hall on July 4.
WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Waterbury police identified the victim of a homicide Saturday night. 22-year-old Kayson Langhorn of Waterbury died of gunshot wounds to the torso and upper extremities, and the manner of death was ruled a homicide. Waterbury police were called to the area of Cooke Street and Chase Avenue just after 7 p.m. […]
Danbury police are investigating the homicide of a 39-year-old man from Waterbury.
Police are searching for the suspect in a fatal domestic disturbance shooting that left one man dead Monday.
CT State’s Attorney declares use of deadly force in January officer-involved shooting in Waterbury justified
A newly released report surrounding the deadly officer-involved shooting in Waterbury earlier this year finds the use of deadly force by the officer justified.
The city of Waterbury wanted to open the lines of communication between city leaders and residents. That’s why Mayor Neil O’Leary wanted to begin a series of Town Hall meetings at WATR-AM radio.
Waterbury and Prospect first responders are on the scene of an active water search for a missing person at East Mountain Reservoir Tuesday evening.
In the first of many planned town hall meetings, Waterbury Mayor Neil O’Leary took questions from callers on WATR on race, police policy, and the city’s Christopher Columbus statue Thursday.
The Connecticut General Assembly (CGA) held a virtual public session to allow people at home to voice their opinions on police accountability in the state.
Hamden’s Legislative Town Council is meeting via Zoom today to consider a resolution declaring racism a public health crisis.