Cops: 5 Women Beat up Waitress After Bill Dispute

Unusual arrests and investigations from towns beyond Fairfield County.

A group of five Massachusetts women, unhappy with their bill, took it out on a waitress at Acropolis Diner in Hamden, , Hamden police said. The women first left the restaurant, then two returned, then three others came back and also joined in the assault, police said.

According to Hamden Police Captain Ronald Smith, "The victim was allegedly punched and kicked in the head and body. Her hair was pulled from her scalp." She was treated at a nearby hospital.


A 5-year-old boy in Bridgeport brought heroin into school to show classmates. It turns out the drugs belonged to his stepfather, who was arrested on drug charges in addition to risk of injury to a child, Fox News Latino reports.


A Seymour teen was charged with DUI after he was seen driving into a restricted area at the Troop ‘A’ State police station in Southbury. When questioned by police the teen reportedly said he was lost and trying to find his way back to Seymour and that was the way his GPS said to go.


A North Branford resident before running off into some nearby woods.


A this week on charges that included possession of marijuana and a hallucinogen with intent to sell within 1,500 feet of a school.


A report of suspicious activity in a Milford hotel room led to the arrest of a man and woman for allegedly engaging in sexual activities in exchange for money. The , police said.

Editor's note: Various Patch editors contributed to this article. All information is from police departments who have accused and arrested people, none of whom have been convicted or even presented their side of the story in court.


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