Detective: DNA and fingerprints link Sergio Correa to Griswold crime scene

Sergio Correa, right, with defense attorney Joseph E. Lopez Sr., watches prosecutor Stephen Carney question his adopted sister Ruth Correa during his probable cause hearing in New London Superior Court on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019. Sergio Correa is charged in the murders of three members of the Lindquist family in Griswold in 2017.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Detective Frank Cuoco from the state police Eastern District Major Crime Squad testified that a computer monitor found in Sergio Correa's car contained DNA from murder victim Kenneth Lindquist, as well as Correa's fingerprints and DNA.

Police logs - Sept. 19, 2019

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Sister receives deal from state, testifies about Griswold triple murder

Ruth Correa identifies her adoptive brother Sergio Correa, not pictured, to the courtroom as she testifies during the probable cause hearing for Sergio Correa in New London Superior Court Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019. Sergio Correa is charged in the murders of three members of the Lindquist family in Griswold in 2017.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

Ruth Correa described the murders of Matthew, Janet and Kenneth Lindquist in excruciating detail, then admitted she had lied about some of the information during interviews with police.

Police: Driver taken to hospital after having medical emergency in Norwich

A driver was taken to the hospital under life-threatening conditions after witnesses observed him apparently having a medical emergency and hitting a school bus and other vehicles, police said.

Police logs - Sept. 18, 2019

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Intense fire the focus as hearing gets underway in Griswold triple murder case

Sergio Correa sits with his attorneys from the public defender's office, during a probable cause hearing in New London Superior Court Monday, Sept. 16, 2019. Correa is charged in the murders of three members of the Lindquist family in Griswold in 2017.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

The intense 2017 fire that consumed the Lindquist family home in Griswold was the focus of testimony Monday as a probable cause hearing began in the case of Sergio Correa.

New London police investigating possible shots fired at convenience store

Police say they are investigating a Saturday night disturbance involving several people and possible shots fired in the parking lot of H&T Mart at 1 Ocean Ave.

Police Logs — Sept. 17, 2019

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Police logs — Sept. 16, 2019

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Police logs - Sept. 15, 2019

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Police logs - Sept. 14, 2019

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Police investigating robbery at Norwich bank

Police are investigating a Friday morning robbery at Eastern Connecticut Savings Bank on West Main Street.

Norwich police to be at NFA on Friday in response to social media threat

Norwich police will at NFA on Friday in response to a social media threat that originated outside the country and involved a former relationship with a student.

Elderly East Lyme man arraigned on child sex assault charges

William D. Moore, 79, of Niantic made his first appearance Thursday in the court where major crimes are tried.

Police logs - Sept. 13, 2019

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