Window broken from gunfire.

Police to increase presence near Crown Street

September 21, 2010 • 1
Though Yale and New Haven police said they will increase the number of officers in the Crown Street area in response to Sunday night’s shoot-out, nearby business owners said they question whether the downtown nightlife district will be any safer in the upcoming weeks. City officials released new details Monday about the fight: City Hall »

No campus-wide e-mail about shoot-out

September 20, 2010 • 1290
A day after a chaotic shoot-out took place one block from Old Campus, Yale officials have not notified the community about the violence and do not plan to. All universities that participate in federal financial aid programs are required to disclose information about crimes that occur near their campuses. Associate Vice President for Administration Janet »

One of three College Street gunmen still at large

September 20, 2010 • 0
The intersection of Crown and College streets became a combat zone early Sunday morning, when police and three armed men engaged in a brief but intense gunfight. The shooting started just before 2 a.m., as nearby bars and clubs were letting out and hundreds of people crowded Crown Street. Three nearby officers heard gunshots and »
Bullets litter the street in the wake of Sunday morning's shooting.

One of three College Street gunmen still at large

September 19, 2010 • 16
Police are still searching for a gunman they say fired at police officers on College Street early Sunday morning. As clubs on Crown Street were closing at about 2 a.m., three men got into a shootout near the intersection of Crown and College streets, one block from Old Campus, New Haven Police Chief Frank Limon »

Gunfight breaks out on College Street

September 19, 2010 • 0
A three-way gunfight erupted between two men and police on the intersection of College and Crown streets around 2 a.m. Sunday morning as nearby bars were letting out, police and witnesses said. The two men, who police say started the fight, sustained gunshot wounds and were transported to Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven Police Lieutenant »

Saybrook intruder not found

September 17, 2010 • 0
A Saybrook College senior was lying in bed with the lights out at about 3 a.m. Thursday morning, trying to get some sleep after a night out, when an unexpected visitor arrived. The door to the senior’s fourth-floor single bedroom opened, and she heard someone moving around her room. After about a minute, the visitor »

Union says no to ‘no confidence’ vote

September 16, 2010 • 0
The New Haven police union decided Wednesday evening not to hold a department-wide vote of “no confidence” on the leadership of Chief Frank Limon, who took up the post in April. The decision follows a week of public complaints by Union President Louis Cavaliere that Limon’s policies — locking officers out of meetings if they »

NHPD chief may face ‘no confidence’ vote

September 15, 2010 • 0
The New Haven police union is voting today on whether to hold a “no confidence” vote on New Haven Police Chief Frank Limon, who took office five months ago. Over the past week, union president Louis Cavaliere has been publicly accusing the chief of lowering morale by introducing overly harsh, counterproductive rules. In an interview »

Le family lawyers start own investigation

September 9, 2010 • 2
Lawyers hired by the family of Annie Le GRD ’13, who was murdered in a Yale research facility a year ago Wednesday, are conducting their own investigation into the University’s handling of the circumstances surrounding her death, one of the attorneys said Wednesday. In a phone interview, the lawyer, Brian King, said there is currently »

For case, long road ahead

September 8, 2010 • 0
Nine days after Annie Le GRD ’13 was murdered on Sept. 8, 2009, police charged Raymond Clark III with the crime. But in the year since, the case has dallied in legal proceedings and is still a long way from going to trial, if it ever does. Clark pleaded not guilty in January, and his »

Univ. opposes Security effort to unionize

September 7, 2010 • 0
An effort by Yale Security officers to unionize over the summer was blocked by a federal agency after the University registered its opposition. The officers tried to organize under the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, which formally sought approval from the National Labor Relations Board. But Yale’s Office of General Counsel »

City wants bar owners to pay for extra police presence

September 3, 2010 • 0
Two men have been murdered in or near New Haven’s downtown nightclubs in the last two years, and now City Hall wants to create a police detail to patrol the city’s downtown nightlife scene. The proposed police detail, announced this week by Mayor John DeStefano Jr., is one way in which New Haven is trying »