Recent Crime News
Wednesday May 6 | via Patch.com
An argument between a pair of Cos Cob residents ended with the arrest of one on charges of disorderly conduct and risk of injury to a minor. Xinhua Gabriel, 37, of 3 Sayles Ct., Cos Cob, was arrested April 30 following the incident that was reported about 11:15 a.m., according to a Greenwich Police report. Comment?
Friday May 1 | via The Greenwich Daily Voice
Miguel Juarez, a 53-year-old Stamford businessman, was found guilty of hiring ex-employee German Zecena to kill his wife's Greenwich lover five years ago, according to a report by GreenwichTime.com. Juarez was convicted of conspiracy to commit murder and attempted murder and faces up to 40 years in jail when he returns to state Superior Court in Stamford on Tuesday, June 30, the report said. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 29 | via Patch.com
A 21-year-old woman was arrested by Greenwich Police in connection with an assault aboard of a Connecticut Transit bus Monday night. Police received there was a possible fight aboard the bus that was stopped on Old Field Point Road at Old Track Road about 9:37 p.m. The suspect is accused assaulting the victim because "she was angry at him for an incident involving their relationship" four months ago. Comment?
Thursday Apr 23 | via Patch.com
Plus 11 Sandy Hook families distance themselves from McGraw concert group, man faces murder charge and dead man found in parking lot. Nick Fradiani, 29, of Connecticut, learns if he advances to the top 5 of the popular Fox reality television show. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 22 | via Greenwich Citizen
The trial of a local businessman accused of hiring a hit man to kill his wife's Greenwich boyfriend started Wednesday with the state's star witness ' the man allegedly asked to do the job. Dressed in a bright orange prison jumpsuit, German Zecena, 49, formerly of Greenwich Avenue, sat with a court interpreter and answered questions as he explained how his former landscaping boss, Miguel Juarez , lured him into the alleged scheme to kill his wife's boyfriend. Comment?
Apr 16, 2015 | via Patch.com
Whenever someone dials 9-1-1, it's in a panic a there's been an accident. There's a fire, perhaps an assault or a robbery. Comment?
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