HAN News Update, Dec. 22

Shelton man arrested for 2011 murder, Woman's cell phone helps police locate her in woods and much more

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Here are some of the stories we are following on Dec. 22:

A Shelton man has been arrested in connection to a New York City road rage shooting that left one man dead in 2011.

A 69-year-old Ridgefield woman who got lost in the woods last Saturday, at Bennett’s Pond State Park was lucky her cell phone had a strong battery, because police say the signals ultimately helped rescuers locate her.

Connecticut State Appellate Court yesterday, upheld a $28.6 million civil judgment against former White House lawyer J. Michael Farren, who was convicted in 2014 of nearly beating his ex-wife to death in their New Canaan home.

A former paraprofessional at a Stratford middle school accused of sexual assault had her case continued to next month.

Andrew Bilardo, 21, of Norwalk was arrested Monday in New Canaan for allegedly stealing from cars.

A former University of Connecticut student was granted a form of probation after a drunken tirade over macaroni and cheese.

Scratch Baking in downtown Milford was recently named a ‘best local bakery’ in the state by FlipKey, a subsidiary of TripAdvisor.

Each year, the Trumbull High School Choirs, led by choir director Anne Tornillo, enhance Trumbull’s celebrations through their annual winter concert.

Darien 4 year-old Henry MacLane, presented 10-dozen Christmas cookies to the Chief of Police Duane Lovello recently.

Expect a rare sight in the sky overhead this Christmas, and no, we’re not talking about Santa Claus.

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