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Recent Crime News
Friday Feb 27 | via Patch.com
A male porn star convicted in 2003 of assaulting a school board official in Rhode Island is fighting extradition to the state saying the prison food is better in Connecticut, the News Times reports. Theodore Cox told a judge on Friday that he prefers the food at Bridgeport Correctional Center, the publication reports. Comment?
Friday Feb 27 | via Greenwich Citizen
A male porn star, convicted in Rhode Island of assaulting a school board official, is fighting extradition to the Ocean State because he claims the food is better in prison here. Theodore Cox , who goes by the stage name Vince Cobretti, told Superior Court Judge Robin Pavia Friday that he likes the food at the Bridgeport Correctional Center , especially what they serve on Wednesdays. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 25 | via The Fairfield Daily Voice
Police are investigating a burglary of a Public Storage locker in Fairfield that resulted in a loss of more than $10,000 worth of musical instruments for the victim. According to the police report, the owner of the storage unit discovered Tuesday, Feb. 24, that their locker had been broken into and rummaged through, police said. Comment?
Thursday Feb 12 | via Patch.com
Wilton school officials responded to the arrest of Thomas "TJ" Leonard, a teacher at Middlebrook school in Wilton and at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield. Leonard, 37, of Southbury, was found in a car on Feb. 10 in the Trumbull Cinema parking lot with a 14-year-old boy, according to Trumbull Police. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 11 | via The Stamford Daily Voice
The Wilton Public School District has suspended a seventh-grade teacher who was arrested Tuesday on sexual assault charges involving a 14-year-old boy in Trumbull. Dr. Timothy "TJ" Leonard, 37, of Southbury, was arrested after he was found in a vehicle having sex with a 14-year-old boy in a movie theater parking lot. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 10 | via Connecticut Post
Smack in the middle of the Grammys on Sunday night, President Obama's message calling on artists to remind their fans that domestic and sexual abuse are never OK took many of us by surprise. This was quickly followed by domestic abuse survivor Brooke Axtell 's heart-wrenching words -- that authentic love does not devalue another human being -- and Katy Perry 's soulful rendition of "By the Grace of God." Comment?
Friday Feb 6 | via The Fairfield Daily Voice
Fairfield police arrested a man on stalking charges after he violated a protective order by following his ex-wife into Fairfield from her place of employment in Bridgeport, police said. Paul Fanciulli, 35, whose last known address is Victory Street in Stratford, waited for his ex-wife outside of her work and shouted obscenities to her from the parking lot as she entered a friend's car, police said. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 4 | via The Fairfield Daily Voice
A Fairfield woman was arrested Tuesday, Feb. 3, on charges of assaulting her husband, leaving him with scratch marks from his stomach to his neck, in a fight over debt, police said. Xiaojie Guo, 34, of Ryders Lane, said she and her husband had been arguing for hours over a possible divorce, then she threw a lint brush at him and hit him, police said. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 3 | via Patch.com
A cautionary tale for fugitives from justice: If you show up at police headquarters, even to seek advice, chances are you will be arrested. The Fairfield Citizen reports that Fairfield police arrested Theodore Cox, 46, who was wanted by Rhode Island police for violating probation on a felony assault charge . Comment?
Monday Feb 2 | via Fairfield Citizen-News
Theodore Cox, 46, of Palamar Drive, was arrested Saturday and charged with being a fugitive from justice. Photo: Contributed Photo A man renting a room in a Palamar Drive home came to police headquarters Saturday for advice on a landlord-tenant issue, but instead wound up in handcuffs. Comment?
Jan 29, 2015 | via WTNH
William Dong, of Fairfield, who was arrested in Dec. 2013 by West Haven Police after he was found in possession of two handguns, and a Bushmaster rifle in the vicinity of the University of New Haven was sentenced today in Hartford. The 23-year-old, Dong was sentenced to five years of probation for transporting an assault weapon into Connecticut in violation of federal law. Comment?
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