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CT Street Takeover Bust: Juvenile Arrested In Connection With Tolland Incident
State police have nabbed a juvenile who they believe was part of a "street takeover" event in Connection.
The juvenile, who is under the age of 18, was arrested on Tuesday, June 6 in connection with a Tolland County street racing incident, or "street takeover," that happened in the town of Tolland on Sunday, May 21.
On the night of the incident, a group of racers and spectators gathered to race cars, perform burnouts, set off fireworks, and more, according to officials.
On the same night as the Tolland incident, similar "street takeovers" happened in Hartford and New …
Double-Fatal Crash: Man Charged In Death Of Mom, Son On CT Roadway
A 29-year-old man is now charged in the death of a Connecticut mother and son last year after he allegedly crashed into them on the side of the interstate after their car broke down.
Derion Coker, of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, faces two counts of second-degree manslaughter with a motor vehicle, two counts of evading responsibility resulting in death or serious injury, and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, Connecticut State Police said Tuesday, June 6.
Coker is accused of killing Jamie Krajewski, age 33, and her 17-year-old son Tyshon Ozzie Harper in…
Street Racing Busts Continue: 3 More Arrested After Incidents In Waterbury, Hartford County
An additional three people have been arrested in connection to racing incidents dubbed “street takeovers" in Connecticut, according to police.
Three people, including a 20-year-old woman, were arrested for street racing among other charges in incidents in Hartford County (in Berlin) and New Haven County (in Waterbury), Connecticut State Police announced on Monday, June 5.
Those arrested were:
Flor Hiram Santiago, aged 43, of Meriden;
Tednnessy William Torrellas Hernandez, aged 37, of Waterbury;
Hannah Bartolucci, aged 20, of Feeding Hills, Massachusetts.
The arrests are part of a cont…