HAN News Update, Oct. 22

Whale in Long Island Sound found dead, mother drives drunk and leaves babies at home and this week's front page news

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In the news Thursday, the Bridgeport Police Department is asking the public for assistance with an active investigation into a non-fatal shooting of a 21 year old.

The Tri-Town Teachers Federal Credit Union has filed a lawsuit against Kyle Navin, the son of missing Easton couple Jeffrey and Jeanette Navin, seeking more than $5,000 in unpaid loans and credit card debt.

A Bridgeport woman was arrested for driving under the influence in Trumbull, allegedly hit a parked car and left her four young children unattended.

It took a half hour before officials in Bridgeport noticed a prisoner had slipped his handcuffs and vanished from the Bridgeport Police Department lockup, that according to sources that spoke to the CT Post.

A 28-foot female humpback whale that was found dead on the North Shore of Long Island over the weekend, may have died of blunt force trauma, marine biologists said, meaning it was potentially hit by a boat.

Joel Barlow High School officials presented a new “Safe Dance” protocol to the Region 9 Board of Education on Monday night.

The oldest cemetery still in existence in Shelton will be the site of an informative walk on Saturday, Oct. 24.

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