Marlon S. Castillo
City sees drop in murders, overall crime numbers

For the tenth year in a row, crime in the Elm City is on the decline. The city crime rate dropped by 3 percent in […]

Fabrizio ’01 killed in Waterford car accident

Peter A. Fabrizio ’01 died after he was struck by a car in Waterford Wednesday night, police said. The car hit Fabrizio after he left […]

Coliseum hosts mock bomb investigation

New Haven police, along with the FBI, investigated the aftermath of three bomb detonations Thursday at the New Haven Coliseum. But yesterday’s investigations were not […]

Buses collide en route to Game

Four Yale students were rushed to Yale-New Haven Hospital and several others were taken to the Hospital of Saint Raphael Nov. 22 after two buses […]

The usual suspects: theft, drugs, disturbances

Last Friday around 9:30 p.m., a woman went into University Health Services and reported that she was injured by her husband in an argument that […]

Judge closes Jovin files to public

Approximately 4,500 pages of documents related to the murder of Suzanne Jovin ’99 remain closed to the public, following a judge’s decision regarding the much-debated […]

This week: clean and dirty, cameras and drugs

At around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, police arrested a man for attempting to steal from the Yale Bookstore, Yale Police Lt. Michael Patten said. Police said […]

Beginning with Branford, Men of JE start campus conquest

Early Wednesday morning between midnight and 4 a.m, a group of Jonathan Edwards College students spread Vaseline on the handles of doors in the Branford […]

Halloween hijinks and shrub-pulling

Early Sunday morning at around 1 a.m., a Berkeley College junior allegedly relieved himself on an unsuspecting late-night diner in the Ezra Stiles College dining […]

Affidavit says voters did not know Montano

None of the nine people whose ballot applications bear the signature of Michael Montano ’03 actually recognized his name or were able to pick his […]

Senior faces charges of ballot fraud

A Yale senior was arrested in late October and charged with nine counts of ballot fraud, city sources said Sunday. Michael Montano ’03, former campaign […]