Kitten Found Dead Results in Arrest

When crime is weird, wild or just plain ridiculous, you'll find it in OMG PD.

Police say a Stratford woman threw two kittens out of her car while driving near Ferry Boulevard Thursday morning.

One kitten died as a result of the alleged incident, according to police. Stratford Animal Control also siezed four more kittens from the 73-year-old's vehicle.

The woman was arrested on two counts of cruelty to animals. She denied the charges and said she was on her way to drop them off at a rescue shelter in Westport.

Cops: Alleged Drug Deal Goes Wrong

A New Haven man was arrested for allegedly stealing money from his ex-girlfriend -- money that she was reportedly going to use to buy marijuana from him.

A fight reportedly broke out during the alleged transaction and that's when, police said, the man smashed the windshield of a truck and then took off with the cash.

Police didn't arrest the woman, but the man was taken in on charges of robbery and criminal mischief.

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Lorrie October 26, 2011 at 02:36 PM
What a terrible, terrible thing to do to innocent, little kittens!!


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