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Below are some of the stories we are following on Monday, Aug. 1:
Trumbull Police arrested three women July 26 after a motorist called to report spotting a stolen vehicle traveling from Bridgeport to Trumbull just after 5 p.m.
Hearst CT Media reports that rescuers concluded the search for a possible drowning victim at Sherwood Island State Park shortly before 8 p.m. Sunday with no one located.
Milford Police have arrested a suspect in connection with the ringing of a doorbell on Cedarhurst Lane in the early morning hours several times this month.
A Danbury man was charged with “viciously” assaulting a Danbury police officer Saturday night, according to police.
At 2:15 in the morning Saturday, Connecticut State Troopers in Bethany helped deliver a healthy baby boy, right outside their headquarters.
The owner of Little Bears Beginnings Daycare, the Stamford home day care facility where 2-month-old Bella Redondo of New Canaan was shortly before dying at Stamford Hospital July 12, has decided not to contest its license being suspended.
In Darien, a purse was stolen from a car at Cherry Lawn Park just before 7:30 p.m. on July 19, Darien Police said. A 38-year-old Stamford resident was visiting the park with her family and returned to her car about 20 minutes after arriving to find a window smashed.
The Stratford Board of Education has started the process of making sure all students attending town schools are legal town residents.
In Ridgefield, the properties part of the town controlled deer hunt have been announced.
With residents sharing their wish list for what do with Ridgefield’s abandoned storefronts, The Ridgefield Press is asking readers what they’d like to see fill the empty spaces around town.
In Milford on Saturday, people flocked to Walnut Beach for The Milford Arts Council’s 39th Annual Sand Sculpture Competition.