Police logs -- Nov. 27

Arrests from around the region.

Norwich police remind residents of parking, snow removal rules

Police remind motorists that the City of Norwich Traffic Regulation prohibits parking on the odd side of all city streets during winter snow storms and the subsequent snow removal operations.

Roads to be closed for Saturday's road race and parade in Norwich

The city's Winter Festival 5K Road Race and Parade Saturday will lead to temporary road closures and parking restrictions throughout the city.

Norwich police search for missing 31-year-old woman

Norwich police continue to look for a 31-year-old woman who was last seen on Tuesday.

Police logs - Nov. 26

Michael R. Dejesus, 26, of 15 Ridge St., Uncasville, was charged Monday with criminal violation of a protective order, disorderly conduct and possession of narcotics.

Murder-for-hire plot revisited as convict seeks relief from life sentence

Beth Ann Carpenter, who was at the center of a sensational murder-for-hire case in southeastern Connecticut 12 years ago, testified Tuesday at her habeas corpus trial in Rockville.

Beth Carpenter, serving life for murder plot, to testify in habeas corpus trial

Beth Ann Carpenter, who is serving life without the possibility of parole for her role in the 1994 murder-for-hire of Anson "Buzz" Clinton in East Lyme, is expected to testify Tuesday afternoon at her habeas corpus trial in Superior Court in...

Police logs - Nov. 25

Nigel Sorensen, 32, of 28 Oak St., Lyme, was charged Sunday with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Murder plot figure from New London seeks new trial

A hearing started Monday in a bid for a new trial by former New London attorney Beth Ann Carpenter, who is serving a life sentence for plotting the 1994 murder of her brother-in-law, Anson “Buzz” Clinton.

UPDATED: I-95 South in Waterford congested because of fire

Waterford – Interstate 95 South remains congested in the area of exits 81 and 80 following a truck fire that closed the highway for about an hour.



Why is no one walking the Amistad plank?

Chief State's Attorney Kevin Kane should investigate Amistad America finances.

'The Colonel' retires from NLPD

Capt. Steven Crowley started work with the New London police department when walking beats were the norm, portable radios were not a given and nearly all of his fellow officers were homegrown.

Police arrest man in Ledyard evading car accident

Ledyard — Police arrested a Groton man who they said struck an utility pole Sunday night on Route 214 between Stevens Avenue and Highview Terrace and then fled the scene.

Water main break reported in Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook - A water main at the intersection of Maple Avenue and Main Street is expected to disrupt water service in the area for at least 12 hours.

Man arrested for driving 122 mph on I-395

State police make arrest after man clocked driving 122 mph on I-395.

Police investigate Ledyard crash

Late Sunday town and state police were investigating a one-car crash on Iron Street in Ledyard.