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Tue
24
Oct
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Credit Cards stolen from a Local Grocers

Credit Card theft

Scribe:  Lucy Osbourne

Email:  lucy@thethinkering.com

 

A Hamden man’s wallet was stolen at a local grocery store and police are looking for their man.   The 71-year-old victim noticed that his wallet was missing and contacted the local police.

 

The wallet contained several credit cards and they have been used around the Hamden, New Haven area.  According to authorities more than $600, has been charged to the cards since the theft.   Suspects are a single white male and two white women who are believed to be in their mid 30’s. 

Hamden Police are asking if you have any information about the theft or the credit card users to call (203) 230-4030.

Mon
23
Oct
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Hamden Hall Continue Winning Ways

Hamden Hall Football

Scribe: N. Tru Bass

Email: ntb@thethinkering.com

Hamden Hall Varsity football team under the leadership of Coach Joe Linta is a special group. On Saturday night the logged their 18 straight win trouncing Kingwood-Oxford School Saturday night 49-30 in West Hartford.

Quarterback Nick Baily offered touchdown passes to go, finding Tre Breland Twice, Chris Wright and Andrew Rice for a one of two Touchdown Catches. Andrew Rice scored caught a TD Pass, David Spitz grabbed two TD passes and this all in the first half. Baily left the game completing 12 of 15 passes for 360 yards, five of those passes were ended in a score.

The Hornets ended the night with a third Consecutive Fairchester Athletic Association title and a date with Albany Academy Friday night at Home.

Mon
16
Oct
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Hamden Lobster Hut Food Truck is a Hit

Lobster Hut Food Truck, Hamden

Scribe:  Lucy Osbourne

Email: lucy@thethinkering.com

 

If you love lobster, you had better hurry.  Two local women have changed the flavor’s offered in the area by opening a food truck that specializes in lobster. 

The Lobster Hut food truck is owned by Jasmine Sampson and Tatiana Dukes, the two friends consider themselves foodies and found a niche in the Hamden, by providing fresh lobster rolls and more.   In a recent interview Sampson said, “We’re doing the lobster truck because we love to eat and we’re foodies.”

Sampson and Dukes were motivated when they saw the owner of the Milford Lobster Hut make a post via social media.  The women knew of the Milford truck and enjoyed the food, taking the pressure out of the decision to get started.

Fri
13
Oct
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Tri-Lift heading to Hamden

Tri-lift Hamden

Scribe:  Lucy Osbourne

Email:  lucy@thethinkering.com

 

The City of Hamden recently announced the local expansion of a construction material handling equipment company moving to the city. 

Tri-Lift offers warehouse and full-service material handling equipment carrying brands such as Big Joe, CAT and Mitsubishi.  The Director of Economic Development and Neighborhood Revitalization, Dale Kroop said, “We are excited to see Tri-Lift come to Hamden. It is a great company that will bring  valuable services and jobs to the Town.”

The nearly $800,000 expansion is expected to be completed in the next few months.  Tri-Lift will be located in the 18,000 square foot building at 1050 Sherman Avenue.  They are expected to bring six new jobs to the area over the next few years. 

The company has four other locations in the North Eastern region, New Haven, Enfield, Albany, NY and Farmingdale, NY respectively.  

Mon
09
Oct
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Thief found with Crack Cocaine at Home Depot

Keith Highsmith

Scribe:  Lucy Osbourne

Email:  lucy@thethinkering.com

 

Hamden Police have arrested a New Haven man who successfully stole pressure washers valued at $800. From Home Depot late last week. 

Keith Highsmith, 56, returned later the same day to rob the store of another $430 according to authorities when apprehended the man was found with four bags of crack cocaine.  The incident happened early Thursday with Highsmith being seen fleeing in a Cadillac. 

He later returned to lift a leaf blower, when he was seen by a store worker. 

After a short foot race Highsmith was arrested on and given a $10,000 bond and for violating an outstanding warrant for violation of probation.  He is expected to be in Meriden Superior Court on 19 October to face charges.  

Thu
05
Oct
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Man facing charges after girlfriend sneaks out to meet Ex

Oros

Scribe:  Samuel Otis

Email:  samuel@thethinkering.com

 

One man is behind bars after authorities say he attacked his girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend.   Myles Oros turned himself into the police after he found out they were looking for him. 

According to reports, in the summer Oros girlfriend met up with her ex-boyfriend on the Farmington Canal Trail overnight.  Police say Oros caught the two together and hit the victim in the head with an object, a proceeded to bang the ex’s head against a concrete wall, and chocked him when he tried to run away. 

The victim suffered serious injuries and was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries.  The 27-year-old will be processed at the Meriden Superior court. 

 

Tue
03
Oct
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Tweed Airport Denied longer Runway's

Tweed

Scribe:  Lucy Osbourne

Email:  lucy@tehthinkering.com

 

A Federal Magistrate Judge Robert Richardson of Hartford upheld the 2009 law that prohibits lengthening Tweed’s run way, limiting it to 5,600 feet.

The airport argues their only commercial client American Airlines will be replacing the planes serving Tweed now with new ones requiring additional runway length for take-off.   A non-jury trial on the airport’s lawsuit against the state was held earlier this year. 

The judge wrote in his decision that he wasn't convinced the current runway would stifle commercial flights or preventing the New Haven Country airport form attracting more commercial flights.

 

Mon
02
Oct
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Counterfeit Bills used at Walgreens

Fake Money

Scribe:  N. Tru Bass

Email:  ntb@thethinkering.com

 

Four men are being sought for passing counterfeit bills at a Walgreens on Whitney Avenue late last week.  The Hamden police say the men were between 20-30-year-old and are accused of buying gift cards with fake $100. notes.

HPD are asking that if anyone has information about the incident to call Officer Rachel Zinni at 203.230.4030.

Thu
28
Sep
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Three Brothers Diner foiled Dine and Dash scheme

Three Brothers Diner

Scribe: Samuel Otis

Email: samuel@thethinkering.com

 

Three Brothers Diner was ground zero of a dine and dash incident that ended in the apprehension of a felon in possession of a fire arm.

51-year-old, Edward Brown Jr. had dinner around midnight at 12:30 a.m. Hamden police responded to a larceny call according to a police spokesperson. Subsequent investigation revealed Brown Jr. left the diner without paying heading north on Dixwell Avenue, after pursuit ensued he tossed a weapon. Police later found three rounds in his pocket that were then linked to the found weapon.

Brown Jr. is scheduled to be in Meriden Superior Court on 10 Oct. and was held on a $75,000 bond.

Three Brother Diner is located at 1038 Dixwell Ave. on the corner of Dixwell and North St. the locals favorite hang out recently celebrated their 16th anniversary complete with a building face lift.

Wed
27
Sep
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Two teens break into Hamden High School

Hamden High School

Scribe: Lucy Osbourne

Email: lucy@thethinkering.com

 

A roguish duo are currently facing charges when the Hamden Police Department were alerted due to a burglar alarm. The 16 and 17-year-olds entered through and open door in the early afternoon.

The two boys are facing charges of Criminal Trespass 3rd degree and are scheduled to be in Meriden Court on 5 October.

 

The incident happened on Sunday afternoon.

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