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Connecticut State Police spokesman Lt. Paul Vance reassigned to traffic

HARTFORD–There will be a new voice–and face–for the Connecticut State Police following the transfer of current Public Information Officer Lt. Paul Vance.

Vance, who is the department’s spokesman and media relations commander, will be reassigned to traffic in three weeks, where the… 135 more words

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Man arrested after assaulting girlfriend

Brooklyn, Conn. (WTNH)– A Brooklyn man was arrested Tuesday after assaulting his girlfriend and fleeing from police the day before.

According to state police, officers arrived to an apartment on Elm Street Monday, where a woman ran onto the street toward troopers in distress. 115 more words

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Hundreds detained after cockfighting ring busted in East Windsor

EAST WINDSOR, Conn. (WTNH) —  Hundreds of people were detained and 40 people were arrested after state police busted a cockfighting ring in East Windsor Saturday night. 167 more words

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Cops: 4-year-old wanders into cold after mom left to get high

NEW LONDON, Conn. (WTNH) — New London police arrested a woman Friday morning for leaving her three children alone while she drove around with a friend and smoked marijuana.  358 more words

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Suspect sought in Ledyard assault

LEDYARD–Connecticut State Police are investigating an assault in Ledyard.

Police responded on Sunday, February 8 to a home on Coachman Pike on reports of a serious assault. 152 more words

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State Police Settle Detective's Lawsuit Over DNA Collection

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut officials have settled a legal dispute with a state police detective who alleged management retaliated against him after he refused to give a DNA sample and brought the issue to his union. 113 more words

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Holiday Traffic Enforcement Continues

(Middletown, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – State police are continuing the holiday enforcement detail.

The operation began midnight on Tuesday.

Additional troopers continue to patrol state roads and highways and will continues to do so until midnight tomorrow. 54 more words

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