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  • No evidence of hate crime, terror in mosque arson: police chief

  • Investigators in Connecticut have not found evidence that a fire at a mosque was a hate crime or an act of terrorism, New Haven’s top cop said. Police Chief Otoniel Reyes said Wednesday that “every aspect” of a May 12 fire at the Diyanet Mosque of New Haven remains under investigation, but a motive has...
  • Fugitive gets his 15K Facebook ‘likes’ — but still hasn’t turned himself in

  • Maybe he likes his freedom after all. A social media-addicted fugitive who promised a Connecticut police department that he would turn himself in if the force’s Facebook post of his wanted poster got 15,000 “likes” has surpassed his goal by thousands, yet remains on-the-lam. Jose Simms, 29, who is wanted by the Torrington Police Department...
  • Puerto Rico promises tax breaks in attempt to lure ‘family offices’

  • Watch out, Connecticut. Heads up, New Jersey. And New York had better pay attention, too. Puerto Rico is coming after one of your lucrative industries — the ultra-high net-worth financial advisory business, also known as “family offices.” In late February, I’m told, Puerto Rico invited representatives of 150 family offices to the island. The agenda...
  • Fugitive offers to surrender if he gets 15K ‘likes’ on Facebook

  • This criminal just wants to be liked. A social media-obsessed fugitive has bartered a deal with a Connecticut police department, agreeing to surrender if the force’s Facebook post featuring his wanted poster gets 15,000 “likes.” The Torrington Police Department detailed the bizarre situation involving 29-year-old Jose Simms — who is wanted on seven arrest warrants...
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