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IDs Released For Man Charged, Unionville Victim Killed While Lying In Bed IDs Released For Man Charged, Unionville Victim Killed While Lying In Bed
IDs Released For Man Charged, Unionville Victim Killed While Lying In Bed Police have identified a Connecticut man who was shot and killed while lying in bed with his pregnant fiancé. The Hartford County incident happened around 11 p.m., Wednesday, March 16 in the borough of Unionville, located in the Town of Farmington. When officers arrived on the scene, they found Jorge Tejada Camacho, age 32, lying in bed with multiple gunshot wounds. He was rushed to St. Francis Hospital where he was pronounced dead, McKenzie said, said Lt. Tim McKenzie, of the Farmington Police. He was allegedly shot by 24-year-old Deondre Linder, also of Unionville. Linder is …
Man Shot While Lying In Bed In Unionville Man Shot While Lying In Bed In Unionville
Man Shot While Lying In Bed In Unionville A man was shot to death while lying in his bed at a Connecticut home. The 32-year-old Hartford County man was found around when police responded to a Unionville home for a report of a shooting at around 11 p.m., Wednesday, March 16. When officers responded to the home on Sunset Terrace they discovered the man lying in bed with multiple gunshot wounds, said Lt. Tim McKenzie, of the Farmington Police. Medical personnel from the Police and Fire Departments and AMR ambulance began lifesaving medical care for the victim, who has not been identified pending notification of next of…
Bristol Pilot ID'd As One Of Four Victims In Hartford County Plane Crash Bristol Pilot ID'd As One Of Four Victims In Hartford County Plane Crash
Bristol Pilot ID'd As One Of Four Victims In Hartford County Plane Crash Two pilots from Connecticut were killed in a plane crash into a commercial building along with a couple from Boston. The Cessna citation 560X business jet crashed around 9:50 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 2, in Hartford County at Trumpf Inc., a manufacturer in Farmington. The jet had just taken off from the Robertson Airport in Plainville, headed for Dare County Regional Airport in North Carolina, said the Federal Aviation Administration, said Lieutenant Tim McKenzie, of the Farmington Police. See Earlier Story: Four Confirmed Dead After Plane Crashes Into Building In Farmington The two…
Four Confirmed Dead After Plane Crashes Into Building In Farmington Four Confirmed Dead After Plane Crashes Into Building In Farmington
Four Confirmed Dead After Plane Crashes Into Building In Farmington Police have confirmed that all four people aboard a small jet that crashed into a commercial building in Connecticut have died. The Cessna citation 560X business jet crashed around 9:50 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 2, in Hartford County at Trumpf Inc., a manufacturer in Farmington. The jet had just taken off from the Robertson Airport in Plainville, headed for Dare County Regional Airport in North Carolina, said the Federal Aviation Administration. Farmington Police confirmed that all four, two pilots, and two passengers died during the crash. Police said during a press conference the first offi…
Plane Crashes Into Building In Farmington Plane Crashes Into Building In Farmington
Plane Crashes Into Building In Farmington A plane believed to be carrying four people crashed into a building in Connecticut, authorities said. The plane crashed Thursday, Sept. 2, into a commercial building in Hartford County at 111 Hyde Road, near the town line and Robertson Airport located in Plainville, Farmington Police report. The building houses Trumpf Medical Systems Inc. The extent of injuries, if any, isn’t clear at this time. As of 11 a.m., there are reports of fire and smoke still rising from the building. Police are asking people to avoid the area as they work to evacuate surrounding buildings. This is a devel…
Farmington Nurse Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Patient Farmington Nurse Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Patient
Farmington Nurse Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Patient A Connecticut registered nurse has been accused of sexually assaulting a patient. The Hartford County resident, Steven Lamoureux, age 46, of Farmington, was arrested on Monday, Aug. 30 for one count of sexual assault following an investigation by Farmington Police. According to Farmington Police Lieutenant Tim McKenzie, Lamoureux had been the subject of a similar complaint in New Haven and police believe there could be other victims. An advanced practice registered nurse, Lamoureux, came under investigation after a complaint was filed in July for performing what he called a "relaxatio…
Man Who Stabbed Himself Was Wanted For Kidnapping, Farmington Police Say Man Who Stabbed Himself Was Wanted For Kidnapping, Farmington Police Say
Man Who Stabbed Himself Was Wanted For Kidnapping, Farmington Police Say A Connecticut man who repeatedly stabbed himself in front of detectives was wanted by police for attempting to kidnap a Red Cross employee for stealing her belongings and running her over with her own car. David O’Brien, age 30, of Haddam, was captured by Hartford Police on Tuesday, Feb. 2, in connection with the event which took place in Farmington on Friday, Jan. 29, said Farmington Police Lieutenant Tim McKenzie. The 54-year-old victim from Cheshire was seriously injured when O’Brien, 30, and Lauren Murphy, 31, also of Haddam, tried to kidnap her in the Red Cross parking lot where she wo…
Hiker With Bad Bee-Sting Reaction Saved By First Responders Hiker With Bad Bee-Sting Reaction Saved By First Responders
Hiker With Bad Bee-Sting Reaction Saved By First Responders A hiker with a severe reaction to bee stings was saved from hiking trails in Hartford County. Firefighters in Burlington said they were alerted to a distressed hiker Saturday, Aug. 15 at around 11 a.m. They responded to the blue-yellow trail on the Torys Den Hiking Trail. The 911 dispatcher was able to track the location of the hiker using the caller’s GPS phone location and emergency responders were able to find the woman in times to provide medical care. He had made it about 1.5 miles along the trail. It took responders about 15 minutes to find him, firefighters said. Additional assistan…
Farmington Police Investigate 'Malicious' Mail Sent to Racial Equity Taskforce Farmington Police Investigate 'Malicious' Mail Sent to Racial Equity Taskforce
Farmington Police Investigate 'Malicious' Mail Sent to Racial Equity Taskforce Farmington Police are investigating ‘malicious’ racist mail that has been sent to a member of the Farmington Racial Equality Taskforce. The Farmington Town Council announced Tuesday, July 28, that a member of the task force was targetted by hateful mail, describing it as both “disgusting” and “malicious.” The Town Council put out a statement decrying the offense. “The actions of the individual are not a representation of the Farmington Comunity and we feel it is imperative that the Town publicly and vehemently denounces this behavior and take all available action,” the statement said. “We s…