HAN Connecticut News Brief, Dec. 13

Coyote kills pet in Darien, potato chip recall, more local news

The HAN Network Crew is on the road for the Winter FCIAC Tour, but keeping you up to date with a quick Coffee Break News Update, including the latest local headlines. Watch below:

Below are local stories we are following on Tuesday, Dec. 13:

The Darien Police Department and the Animal Control Officer have received several recent reports from residents about coyote sightings and some attacks on pets.

Police say a Bridgeport man was operating a full-service auto repair center was selling heroin and cocaine along with car services.

A Connecticut snack maker is recalling some of its potato chips for possible salmonella contamination.

A small seaside shop in Milford will host a special fund-raiser, “Choose Love,” on Saturday, Dec. 17, to benefit the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, a free online program that teaches students to choose love for themselves and others.

Boehringer Ingelheim of Ridgefield has been designated as a best place to work for LGBT equality.

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