New Haven Public Schools security guard charged after shooting at 14-year-old

The security guard was arrested and released on bail, and has since been relocated to central office pending the results of the criminal process.

More details emerge about Old Campus swatting incident

Police have confirmed a rough timeline of events, interactions with the caller and a potentially racist motivation behind false reports made by unidentified individuals on Tuesday morning.

New Haven names inaugural violence prevention coordinator

Mayor Justin Elicker appointed violence prevention advocate and former parole officer Reuel Parks to head the Violence Prevention Office.

Judge finds probable cause linking Pan to murder of Yale grad student Kevin Jiang

After probable cause hearings earlier this week concluded, a judge ruled that the criminal trial for former MIT researcher Qinxuan Pan can continue.

New Haven Court reviews prison grievance process in light of inmate lawsuit

In New Haven’s federal district courthouse Thursday, Quan Morgan’s case against fifteen Cheshire Correctional Institution officials proceeded with a focus on the grievance procedure in prison

Nearly two years after the murder of a Yale grad student, Pan faces evidence in court

State prosecutors presented evidence and testimony from five witnesses in a long-delayed probable cause hearing against Qinxuan Pan who was charged with murdering Yale Grad Student Kevin Jiang ENV ’22 in 2021.

Cox’s suit against city moves forward with possible settlement discussions

In a recent filing, the city and plaintiff, Randy Cox who is suing New Haven in a civil case of police brutality, set forth rules for their $100 million settlement discussions.

“Guns to Gardens” buyback event transforms discarded firearms into gardening tools

The New Haven Police Department partnered with nonprofit organization Swords to Plowshares Northeast to host the biannual gun buyback event; after being vetted, guns collected will be wielded into gardening tools and distributed to community gardeners

Randy Cox attorneys and family decry insufficient charges for officers

Cox’s team called for city support, felony charges for the five officers charged with misdemeanors for their role in permanently paralyzing Cox.

Five officers involved in Randy Cox case arrested on misdemeanor charges

All five New Haven officers turned themselves into state police custody earlier today and have since been released on $25,000 bond. Their first court date is Dec. 8 in New Haven.

Judge rules Qinxuan Pan fit for trial

Following a string of legal delays, Qinxuan Pan’s trial for the suspected murder of Kevin Jiang ENV ’22 in 2021 has a new court date.