HAN News Update, Nov. 4


Watch Coffee Break, HAN’s daily news update, weekday mornings at 11 a.m. at live.HAN.Network. Or watch it on-demand later.

Kate Czaplinski is joined by John Kovach with weather and high school sports. Donald Eng also takes a look back on this day in history.

If you missed our live election night coverage, we recap some of the top results in towns like Trumbull, Stratford, Weston and Bridgeport.

n an update on a story we have been following closely, 27 year-old Kyle Navin was arrested by state police yesterday and charged with killing his parents Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin.

According to reports, he appeared emotionless in a Bridgeport Superior Courtroom and did not enter a plea. He is being held on $2.5 million bond in a federal detention facility in Rhode Island. He will appear again in state court on Nov. 24.

Three Bridgeport firefighters were taken by ambulance from the scene of a house fire in the north end Tuesday night, after suffering smoke inhalation and minor burns.

Two Bridgeport men were arrested Nov. 4 for allegedly leading Milford police on a high speed chase.

Police say a former maintenance director at an assisted living center in Connecticut sexually assaulted two elderly women with dementia while he worked there.

When the four-foot statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus disappeared from in front of her religious gift shop last week, Midge Saglimbene assumed it had been taken as a Halloween prank. The return, though, is just short of miraculous.

Troopers from Troop I-Bethany are currently investigating the larceny of a debit card and cash from a motor vehicle parked in the exit 13 commuter lot adjacent to Route 8.

Tornadoes don’t typically touch down in Ridgefield, but if one did, the town’s emergency management system is well-drilled to handle it.

Actor Topher Grace, a Darien native,  spoke with Susan Shultz of The Darien Times this week about his new movie Truth, that he stars in with Robert Redford.