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This Week's Top Stories: A Dognapping in Naugatuck and More ...

Police called to keep the peace when angry Oxford residents storm tax office; bobcat sightings in Southbury; a Danbury church moves to evict tenants; a Brookfielder arrested with a stun gun and pot; cold cases in Newtown ...

Naugatuck Police Investigate Dog Theft From Home

Naugatuck police are investigating the theft of a small dog taken from a home in the Lantern Park complex over the weekend.

Police responded to the apartment on Saturday after a resident, Tiffanie Begin, said her Yorkshire-Poodle mix dog named "Daisy" was gone after Begin went out for two hours.

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Danbury Church Starts Eviction of Couple

A Danbury church that is the spiritual home for the city’s Lebanese and Syrian Christians has begun eviction procedures against a couple who are living in a church-owned house but have stopped paying rent.

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Brookfielder Arrested in NY with Stun Gun, Pot

Putnam County police say a Brookfield man, who was allegedly driving on a suspended license, carried a weapon and drugs as he traveled through Southeast earlier this week.

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Residents to Look at Assessing Impact of Wine Bar on Neighborhood

BETHEL — The decision to keep the Public Hearing open was a relief to many who attended the Planning and Zoning meeting Wednesday night. About 20 people showed up to argue that the two buildings on Greenwood Avenue, 225 and 227, which sit between Grand and High Streets, were not the place for a wine bar or commercial zoning of any kind.

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List Of Delinquent Taxpayers Angers Oxford Residents

A list of people who may or may not be delinquent on their taxes that the town publicized on Tuesday has raised the ire of dozens of residents who say their reputations are being tarnished unnecessarily.

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Woodbury Police Report Arrest in Burglary Case

A Woodbury man was arrested for a Sept. 29 burglary.

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Newtown's Three Cold Cases

Newtown may forever be associated with the woodchipper murder of Helle Crafts in 1986, but the town also is home to three unsolved crimes that remain unresolved.

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P&Z Decision Makes Way for a Large Anchor Store Off of Main Street

MONROE — Victorinox Swiss Army moved into the corporate park at Victoria Drive and Main Street with much fanfare a few years ago, but a bad national economy soon made it difficult to lure in more quality tenants.

Kimball Group and RD Scinto Inc., joint owners of the 40-acre property, believe promoting a mixture of retail and corporate businesses can fill it up with tax paying tenants.

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Bobcat Sighted in Southbury

A Southbury resident was greeted by an unwelcome trespasser when he looked out his window in the early morning hours on Saturday Feb. 4.

Cameron Evans, of Southbury, witnessed a bobcat, which appears to be nearly full-grown, roaming around the backyard of his North Poverty Rd. home.

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