A billboard bearing a photo Annie Le GRD '13 is seen alongside Interstate 91 on Friday.
University

No suspects in disappearance, police say

September 11, 2009 • 22
The authorities have not identified any suspects in the disappearance of Annie Le GRD ’13, even as they expanded the search for her on Friday and Yale offered a reward of $10,000 for information. Yale Police Department Chief James Perrotti said in an interview late Friday evening that law enforcement officials “still have no idea” »
Investigators searched the dumpster behind 10 Amistad St., Annie Le’s GRD ’13 last known location, on Thursday afternoon in search of clues regarding the missing graduate student’s whereabouts.
University

Search continues for missing student

September 11, 2009 • 37
After a full day of work, authorities have no good news to report in the search for Annie Le GRD ’13. Investigators interviewed Le’s friends and colleagues Thursday and continued to search the research facility at 10 Amistad St. where she was last seen Tuesday morning. Agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation were seen »
The gunman is suspected to have been targeting the Yale Human Resources office, located at 221 Whitney Ave.
University

Police arrest gunman; ex-employee may have been targeting HR office

September 11, 2009 • 0
A retired Yale employee carrying a gun and ammunition was arrested on the edge of campus Thursday, and University officials believe he may have been targeting the nearby Human Resources office. The gunman, John Petrini, 61, was spotted Thursday morning in a parking lot at 191 Whitney Ave., which is not Yale property but is »
University

Police arrest gunman; ex-employee may have been targeting HR office

September 10, 2009 • 2
A retired Yale employee carrying an unloaded gun and ammunition was arrested on the fringe of campus Thursday, and University officials believe he may have been targeting the nearby Human Resources office. The gunman, John Petrini, 61, was spotted around 11 a.m. in a parking lot at 191 Whitney Ave., which is not Yale property »
The Yale Police Department says Annie Le GRD ’13, pictured above, has not been seen or heard from since Tuesday morning.
University

GRADUATE STUDENT GOES MISSING

September 10, 2009 • 34
A 24-year-old graduate student at the Yale School of Medicine was declared missing on Wednesday by the Yale Police Department. According to the police, Annie Marie Le GRD ’13 — whose wedding is supposed to take place on Sunday — has not been seen or heard from since Tuesday morning. Deputy University Secretary Martha Highsmith, »
The Yale Police Department says Annie Le GRD ’13, pictured above, has not been seen or heard from since Tuesday morning.
City

Graduate student reported missing

September 9, 2009 • 26
A 24-year-old graduate student at the Yale School of Medicine has been missing for more than 24 hours, and the Yale Police Department is asking for help in finding her. The Yale Police Department says Annie Le MED ’13, of Placerville, Calif., has not been seen or heard from since Tuesday morning. Yale Deputy University »
City

Briefly: Police use Taser in response to weekend Park Street disturbance

September 8, 2009 • 0
New Haven Police Department negotiators and SWAT personnel responded to a call to a group facility at 90 Park St., near the intersection with George Street, on Saturday evening after a man was breaking windows and “off his meds,” NHPD spokesman Joe Avery said in an e-mail. When the man did not respond to officers’ »
City

Briefly: Monday morning fire at flower shop draws full force of firefighters

September 8, 2009 • 1
The second major fire in New Haven in four days broke out Monday morning. At 6:11 a.m., the New Haven Fire Department responded to a four-alarm fire at Lincoln Flower Shop on 22 East Grand Ave., according to reports by the New Haven Police Department. Neighboring fire departments assisted in the putting out the fire »
City

Briefly: East Haven mayor arrested Friday for misdemeanor

September 7, 2009 • 0
East Haven Mayor April Capone Almon was arrested Friday and charged with interfering with a police officer, a misdemeanor offense. Capone Almon, who is represented by William F. Dow III ’63, is accused of interfering with a police officer as the officer was trying to tow cars illegally parked at the town beach July 19. »
City

Briefly: Road Race to cause some street closures

September 7, 2009 • 18
Due to the New Haven Road Race, an annual event in its 32nd year, there will be periodic street closures today around the Yale campus in downtown New Haven. Major streets on the race route include Elm Street between Howe and State streets, State Street between Elm and Edwards streets, Whitney Avenue between Willow and »
City

Summer free of homicides

September 3, 2009 • 2
For only the second time in 20 years, New Haven had a murder-free summer. The five-month homicide-free streak exemplifies an overall decrease in crime so far in 2008, according to annual statistics released Friday by the New Haven Police Department, which city officials attributed to the NHPD’s more proactive police operations. The decrease follows a »
University

Briefly: Budget cuts won’t force YPD to shed officers

September 2, 2009 • 0
While nearly all other University departments have had to cut 7.5 percent of their budgets because of the poor economy, Yale Security and the Yale Police Department finalized a budget for this year without any cuts to personnel, Deputy University Secretary Martha Highsmith said. No security or police officers have been let go, Highsmith said, »