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  • 'Taco' Mayor Not Resigning; Denies Being Investigated By FBI

    'Taco' Mayor Not Resigning; Denies Being Investigated By FBI
    "No, no I'm not going to resign," East Haven Mayor Joe Maturo told PIX11 News Thursday. The Mayor placed his foot squarely in his mouth Wednesday when he declared to PIX11 reporter Mario Diaz that he 'might have tacos' as a way of reaching out to the...
  • East Haven Chief: From Street Cop To Dog Pound To Center Of Federal Probe

    East Haven Chief: From Street Cop To Dog Pound To Center Of Federal Probe
    When Len Gallo became the chief of the East Haven police in the summer of 1998, the department was in trouble over race relations and the embattled mayor was Joseph Maturo. Sound familiar? Fourteen years later, Gallo is at the center of a federal...
  • New heads of city police discipline, training speak of reforms

    New heads of city police discipline, training speak of reforms
    Baltimore police officials said Friday that the new heads of training and internal discipline — hires made from outside the department — will help restore public trust in an agency marred in the past year by corruption and a "friendly-fire"...
  • CT.com's Stories of the Week: 1/27/12

    CT.com's Stories of the Week: 1/27/12
    Plenty of outrage over East Haven racial profiling scandal, and plenty of blame for state leaders who let it happen The story of the week in Connecticut has undoubtedly been East Haven Mayor Joe “Taco” Maturo and his ill-advised statements to...
  • New heads of police discipline, training talk of restoring high standards

    New heads of police discipline, training talk of restoring high standards
    The new heads of Baltimore police training and discipline met with reporters on Friday and expressed their desire to improve the agency that has been troubled by allegations of corruption last year. Greyland Williams, a longtime DEA agent who grew up...
  • Former CT Official Says FBI Did Investigate 'Taco' Mayor And Others

    Former CT Official Says FBI Did Investigate 'Taco' Mayor And Others
    Less than 24 hours after after embattled East Haven Mayor Joe Maturo told PIX 11 on Thursday that he is standing firm and refuses to resign, the New York Times published a critical editorial asking the embattled mayor to step down. The Mayor was cited...
  • East Haven Police Chief Resigns; Commissioners Want Him Fired

    East Haven Police Chief Resigns; Commissioners Want Him Fired
    Embattled East Haven police chief Len Gallo announced his retirement Monday, although the head of the town's police commission said he wants Gallo fired so he can't collect unused vacation and sick time that could total more than $100,000. A Latino group...
  • Crime & Punishment: Man runs naked through Middletown after eating "mushroom brownie"

    Crime & Punishment: Man runs naked through Middletown after eating "mushroom brownie"
    Though only four people were present at the latest Board of Selectmen meeting in Easton, there was still what the Easton Courier described as a "standoff" over seating. Residents John Bromer and Robert Webbe sat down at the front table but First Selectman...
  • Crime & Punishment: East Haven official posts about killing people on a message board

    Crime & Punishment: East Haven official posts about killing people on a message board
    East Haven Democratic Town Committee Chairman Gene Ruocco is "embarrassed" by the comments he left on the East Haven Patch website but told the New Haven Register he doesn't see why they've been viewed as threatening. The posts were in response to one...
  • Feds waffling on going statewide in Connecticut with controversial immigrant deportation program

    Feds waffling on going statewide in Connecticut with controversial immigrant deportation program
    Federal immigration agents quietly told Connecticut officials back in September to get ready to go statewide with a fiercely criticized enforcement program called “Secure Communities,” which is now operating only in Fairfield County....
  • New data on poverty in Connecticut shows more bad news

    Here's a chilling indicator of how nasty Connecticut's recession has been: the number of people living in poverty in the past three years increased in Bloomfield, Bridgeport, Norwalk, Shelton, Stamford, Wethersfield and Windham. That's according to a new...