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Civilian Review Board begins planning its oversight of NHPD

Fresh from their morning coffee, the 95 officers who report for duty on the New Haven Police Department’s busiest shift are anxious to jump in […]

Hamden man pleads guilty to Beinecke document thefts

Former Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library employee Benjamin W. Johnson pleaded guilty Monday to stealing first-edition novels and rare historical signatures from Yale last […]

City appeals release order for Jovin file

The city of New Haven filed an eleventh-hour appeal in state Superior Court Friday to keep thousands of pages from the case file of the […]

Police arrest third man on mugging charges

Yale police arrested a third man Tuesday in connection with the three recent armed robberies near campus. Police said Darrell Geyer, 25, of Bridgeport, was […]

State appeals FOI order in Jovin case

Despite a recent Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission decision to the contrary, the New Haven Police Department might not have to release thousands of pages […]

Police charge 2 men in campus robberies

Police arrested two men Friday in conjunction with last week’s string of campus robberies, Yale Police Lt. Michael Patten said. Marquel Redd, 19, and Julius […]

Professor helps police the police

Nestled away in the cozy confines of Brewster Hall, studying the latest developments in French economic policy, political science professor David Cameron does not fit […]

Affidavit alleges details of Yale officer’s fraud

New details have emerged in the case of the Yale police officer arrested on charges of workers’ compensation fraud. The arrest warrant affidavit for 58-year-old […]

Student mugged at gunpoint over break

A Yale sophomore was robbed at gunpoint on High Street outside of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity last Wednesday night. Shortly after 10:15 p.m., Eve […]

Perambulating rage and a hashpipe

Most students are angry with the newspaper after they see their names in the crime blotter. But for Daniel Mulloy ’02, his alleged animosity toward […]

Lasaga’s lawyer files appeal of federal sentence

At his federal sentencing hearing, former Saybrook Master and convicted child pornographer Antonio C. Lasaga wanted leniency. Instead, he received a 15-year federal prison term. […]