Andrew Paciorek
Police review board, now a political issue, draws fire

Just days after Mayor John DeStefano Jr. signed an executive order creating a civilian complaint review board for the New Haven Police Department, a group […]

City creates new police review board

In a move that he likened to the birth of a baby — with all of the associated difficulties and headaches that suggests — Mayor […]

Yale researcher a victim of hit and run

Police continued to search Tuesday for the driver of a gold pickup truck that struck Yale astronomy researcher Gordon Drukier’s bicycle and seriously injured him […]

City’s crime rate drops 21 percent

New Haven experienced a massive 21 percent decrease in reported crime last year, and the city has seen crime fall by over 50 percent since […]

Courant corrects Van de Velde stalker story

Okay, so maybe it wasn’t all accurate. More than two years after running an article over which James Van de Velde ’82 filed a libel […]

Security committees have yet to meet this year

On Yale’s urban campus, security and police-related issues are an inevitable concern for students. Some may wonder why there is no blue phone in a […]

No end in sight for Lasaga case

If you have been holding your breath waiting for closure in the criminal and civil trials facing former Saybrook Master Antonio C. Lasaga, stop now. […]

Teen caught with fake gun, black ski mask

He had a fake gun, a ski mask and an accomplice as a lookout — draw your own conclusions. A Yale police sergeant driving north […]

Dartmouth murder suspects apprehended in Indiana

The two Vermont teenagers suspected of murdering Dartmouth College professors Half and Suzanne Zantop were apprehended by a clever sheriff’s deputy in Indiana early Monday […]

Two Vermont teens hunted in Dartmouth murders

Police across New England and the nation are searching for two Vermont teenagers wanted for the murders of two Dartmouth College professors. The manhunt received […]

The murder that changed it all

Looking out from the steps of St. Mary’s Church on Hillhouse Avenue, at the foot of Dickens’ “most beautiful street in America,” it is hard […]