Kimberly Square

Kimberly Square Pizza Hold-Ups Stopped

by Allan Appel | Mar 21, 2019 2:52 pm | Comments (1)

Allan Appel PhotoThe cops put the kibosh on a string of robberies of pizza deliverers in the Hill South neighborhood, where police believe a tech-savvy 15 year-old was using a scrambled phone number app he had downloaded in order to lure his pie-and-cash bearing victims.

Meanwhile, officers got word of a new problem — open gambling, smoking, and dealing a few blocks farther along on Greenwich Avenue at Galvin Park.

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State Report Reveals Cop-Shootout Details

by Thomas Breen | Jan 17, 2019 7:24 pm | Comments (25)

Thomas Breen photoLast week wasn’t the first time a 22-year-old man had led cops on a chase.

When they caught him this time, in a driveway, he broke free, then engaged in a shoot-out with them. Officers fired numerous bullets; he fired at least one, then fled.

When cops found him again a few minutes later, hiding in a bush on First Street, he had shed his jacket and pants—and claimed to be a robbery victim. A telltale tattoo gave him away.

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Primary Plan’s Obstacle: Broken Bus System

by Thomas Breen | Nov 29, 2018 9:08 am | Comments (10)

Thomas Breen photosGiven New Haven’s broken bus system, how would car-less New Haveners get to a new primary care center planned for Long Wharf?

Yale-New Haven Hospital and the city’s two community health centers will have to answer those questions over the next two weeks to win state permission to transform the way that New Haven’s poor get medical care.

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