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Hawk Hits Man's Windshield, Lands on His Lap

Unusual police incidents around Fairfield County.

Unusual

A Monroe woman received  from a man with a thick Indian accent claiming to be from the state police and to have several warrants for her arrest. Then he claimed to be a lawyer representing a loan company and said if she did not send partial payment on her loans immediately, she would be arrested and fired from her job.

Police said a website shows several complaints about the same scam.

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 who allegedly broke into a Trumbull gas station in July. 

Police also charged a man with possession of more than 200 steroid doses and 110 needles.

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A Bridgeport woman  that she was a home companion for.

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A 23-year-old Brookfield resident was arrested at his home Wednesday morning after allegedly driving off the road, some 90 yards down the grassy hill of a local church, before ditching his vehicle down the road.

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In , police were alerted that a woman had gone into Target and committed larceny. Luckily for police, she returned later that day with a friend, and did it again.

Also in , a woman borrowed a car from an acquaintance, and decided to keep it.

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An elderly man who told police he would have been inconvenienced taking another route  and may have struck one of the party-goer's knee.

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A Fairfield man driving on the Merritt Parkway got quite the surprise when a hawk flew into his windshield, bounced off the driver's side window, . The injured hawk remained in the man's lap until the man arrived home and called Animal Control.

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The Stamford restaurant/bar, the Crab Shell, had it's ATM broken into early one morning last week. The suspect used some  to make off with a large sum of money.

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In Norwalk, a man asking a pair of siblings cleaning up spilled ice cubes if "?" allegedly led to a fight. The man who asked the question said he felt threatened when the male helping clean the mess stood up and approached him, so he punched him.

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A Shelton man charged with DUI told police a  of his vehicle and crash into a utility pole in Stratford, police said.

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Stratford detectives portraying themselves as a drug user recently used a series of text messages to nab a suspected heroin dealer. Read those messages .

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A 27-year-old Ansonia man was arrested for planning to rob a Shelton pizzeria Sunday night at closing time. When he did not comply with officers at the scene, 

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An 82-year-old Shelton woman was pulling out of a parking space on Tuesday when her foot slipped off the break pedal and onto the accelerator,  No one was injured during the incident.

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Milford Police make arrest in .

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A Naugatuck man who was pulled over by police for suspicion of drunken driving decided it was  while police were interviewing him rather than facing the consequences. 

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