Charlotte Martin
Police Commissioners fires two officers for alleged crimes

The Board of Police Commissioners voted unanimously Wednesday to fire two narcotics officers who are the subject of federal corruption charges. At a closed-door hearing […]

Two still held in burning of flag

After their arrest Tuesday for burning an American flag hanging from a Chapel Street home, two Yale students remained incarcerated as of Wednesday afternoon, though […]

One of three students released on bail after arson arrests

Two of the Yale students who were arrested early Tuesday for burning an American flag hanging from a Chapel Street home remained incarcerated this morning, […]

Elis jailed for flag burning

Three Yale students, including the son of a former governor of an Afghan province, were arrested early Tuesday morning after burning an American flag attached […]

Local crime rates decline

The first three months of 2007 saw a decline in overall crime in New Haven, but non-lethal shootings were up, following a trend that started […]

Local police see recruiting challenges

Though police departments nationwide have been feeling the crunch of decreased applications, the effects of this drop have been felt more strongly by the New […]

NHPD taps new leaders

Mayor John DeStefano Jr. took personal responsibility Friday for recent problems in the New Haven Police Department during a press conference announcing new leadership for […]

Freshman loses pocket cash to armed robber Friday night

A Silliman freshman was robbed Friday night on Dwight Street. Zachary Abrahamson ’10 said he was walking with a friend from his brother’s apartment on […]

City reacts to raid on cops

This article has been corrected. You may view this article’s correction here. As a meeting room in the Elk’s Club on Webster Street began to […]

FBI arrests NHPD cops

A federal sting investigation into the New Haven Police Department culminated March 13 when FBI agents locked down and then raided NHPD headquarters, arresting two […]

DeStefano announces city investigation into NHPD

As the U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation continue to investigate corruption in the New Haven Police Department, Mayor John DeStefano announced […]