Connecticut will provide a $3.4 million grant for the New Haven Mental Health Outreach for Mothers (MOMS) Partnership. MOMS is a coalition of organizations in New Haven coordinated by the Yale School of Medicine to strengthen families by supporting the emotional wellness of mothers.
According to a Sunday email sent by New Haven Police Department spokesman David Hartman, 28-year-old New Haven resident Joseph Mirvil was shot little over one mile away from campus in the Malcom Court section of the Church Street South housing complex on Sept. 18, 2012.
Genova woke up at 9 a.m, to discover a man — identified by police as New Haven resident Eleam Djamal — in his apartment with his laptop in hand. After being confronted by Genova, the intruder put down the laptop and proceeded to leave the apartment. When Genova started to question Djmal, the burglar threatened violence if he was not permitted to leave, at which point Genova began chasing the suspect.