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The Other Murders: The Forgotten Homicides Since the Killing of Annie Le

The police cars started to arrive around 10:30 p.m. Just one or two at first. The Yale Police Department patrol cars drove slowly down the deserted medical school campus streets until they made a left turn at Amistad Park, just across from their destination, the looming research building at 10 Amistad Street. The officers got […]

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Alleged murderer ruled mentally unfit

A judge ruled Tuesday that the suspected murderer of a Yale clinical fellow is unable to stand trial. The defendant, Lishan Wang, is neither able to understand the judicial proceedings against him nor to assist in his defense, New Haven Superior Court Judge Roland Fasano said, and has been ordered to spend 60 days receiving […]

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Police chief develops strategy to curb violence

It was no ordinary swearing-in ceremony. On April 5, New Haven welcomed its new police chief, Frank Limon, with demands that he curb the long spate of unsolved murders that had swept the city. The violence picked up in October and peaked the weekend before Limon’s arrival. Just after midnight on April 3, Kenneth Bagley, […]

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Around New Haven 9.24.10

Body found in bathtub in East Shore home A dead body was found in a bathtub of an apartment in the East Shore neighborhood on Wednesday afternoon, and police have categorized the incident as a suspicious death. Police said the maintenance worker who found the body entered the apartment after a tenant told him water […]

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Briefly: Death near Yale-New Haven was suicide

Police said Tuesday that they believe the man found dead near Yale-New Haven Hospital on Monday morning has committed suicide. Initial reports indicate that the man jumped from the fourth floor of a parking garage in the area of 2 Howe St., but the investigation is still open, said New Haven Police spokesman Joe Avery. […]

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Mayor announces downtown crime crackdown

After a shootout downtownearly Sunday morning left two men injured and one gunman at large, city officials said Tuesday that they are toughening up on crime in the area. Standing on Crown Street near the site of the College Street shooting, Mayor John DeStefano Jr. and New Haven Police Department Chief Frank Limon announced at […]

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