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Reports of Super-Sized Crimes

In addition, according to various police reports: there was the dog who stopped mail delivery in a neighborhood; the counterfeit money case; and various animals run wild in New Canaan.

In Ridgefield, police received some .

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About 60 pairs of panties—totaling nearly $700— from a display case in Victoria’s Secret in Fairfield.

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A Fairfield resident reported that was stolen from her yard.

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Greenwich police arrested a man who is accused of leaving the scene of an accident on the west side of town. According to police, the 45-year-old left in his Cadillac after police about a half-mile behind him, and damage to his vehicle.

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A found in a parking lot at 447 Purdy Hill Road in Monroe was captured and released in a location that is safe from traffic, according to police. More sightings should soon be expected, because June is known as "Snapping Turtle Month", a time when female turtles leave the water and travel several miles on land, so they can lay their eggs. The turtles then return to the water.

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Greenwich police arrested an exterminator after a town resident told them that he’d . “He switches diamonds with a lesser quality diamond with the intent to mislead the owner it is the same ring,” police said. The man has been arrested in Darien and New Canaan on similar accusations in the past.

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that two domestic white geese had escaped their corral, a dog fought a woodchuck and a cat tussled with a raccoon. Police also received a report of a coyote sighting.

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According to police, a after an argument with his father. His father asked him to come out of his room, but his son refused, saying if he came out of his room he would fight his father. His father asked again, the son came out—and punched his father. The son was charged with assault.

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A roaming pit bull in a neighborhood in Fairfield. The dog reportedly bit a mail carrier and USPS felt the carrier was in danger.

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With the help of the U.S. Secret Service, Shelton police detectives seized about from a 22-year-old man's home. Detectives had been investigating a case of $20 counterfeit bills being passed at a local business in Shelton.

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A Wilton mom was arrested for after a witness said she crashed into a concrete column at a gas station—mulitple times, resulting in a flat tire and damage to the right side of the car.

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