HAN News Update, Dec. 4
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Here are some of the stories we are following on Friday, Dec. 4:
A man pretending to be inspecting meters, working with two other men, burglarized a Milford home Wednesday afternoon, according to police.
The former Stratford school teacher accused of having a sexual relationship with a student will return to Bridgeport Superior Court in January.
Orange Police thwarted a home invasion attempt by a mother-daughter team who have the same name.
Another teen girl from Milford has been reported missing — the third teen we have reported on this week. .
A Bridgeport resident is being charged with larceny after allegedly taking an unlocked bike from the train station. An officer patrolling Noroton and Ledge Road stopped a suspicious person riding a bike.
A Facebook post led to punches thrown at a Trumbull gym.
Jewelry, money and a safe containing guns were reportedly stolen in Milford from a West Rutland Road home during a burglary Thursday, Dec. 3.
Ridgefield officials gathered with representatives of AT&T to highlight the importance of reliable wireless networks and celebrate the recent start of service from the long-awaited cell tower near the intersection of Aspen Ledges Road and Old Stagecoach Road.
As the aftermath of last month’s terrorist attacks in Paris continues to unfold, the ripple effects are being felt around the globe, including at in Trumbull.
And in more news out of Milford today, the Police Department’s Special Investigations Unit is investigating a suspicious incident that occurred on Dec. 2, between 3:45 and 4:45 p.m. near Edgemont Park, which is on the west side of the city.
Kindergarten enrollment in New Canaan Public Schools is lower than expected, according to the NC Advertiser. The current number is 285, which is fewer than what was projected for this year, and fewer than the schools’ capacity of 300 kindergarteners.