HAN News, June 7

Coffee Break, HAN’s daily news update, airs weekday mornings at 11 a.m. at live.HAN.Network, and is hosted by Kate Czaplinski. You can watch it on-demand later or see video below.


Below are some of the stories we are following on Tuesday, June 7:

State Police Troopers in Bridgeport are looking for help to identify a male who was found unconscious on the right shoulder of Route 8 southbound near exit 2 in Bridgeport.

Before Christopher Plaskon was sentenced to 25 years in prison Monday, states attorney Kevin Lawlor noted that It took only 33 seconds for Christopher Plaskon to take a life that many people described as promising and inspiring when he stabbed and killed Maren Sanchez in a stairwell at Jonathan Law High School on April 25, 2014.

Café Ruche, LLC, a restaurant and yoga studio, has filed a lawsuit against the town of Wilton, Wilton Center Development Limited Partnership, and Paragon Realty Group. The suit was filed in Superior Court at Bridgeport on May 23.

Five Darien Police Officers will received the United States Attorney’s award next week in New Haven for their work on a case that is a significant one to the department.

A drunk Stamford man, who allegedly tried to steal a Bedford Street parking attendant’s car before crashing it into a concrete pillar in the parking lot, was arraigned this week.

In Stratford, Mark Dumas may or may not be a member of the Town Council anymore.

According to the Connecticut Audubon Society, ospreys have made an amazing comeback after almost being driven to extinction. The CT Audubon Society has found and mapped 575 osprey nests around the state.

A town skate park in Ridgefield celebrated a big milestone recently. It was 20 years ago that skating was extremely popular and merchants downtown couldn’t keep kids on skates and skateboards off the sidewalks. Police were even making arrests. There was a huge push to build the town’s skate park, one of the first in the region.