Suspect Charged After Fatally Shooting Indian American Motel Owner Over $10 Pool Pass in Connecticut
An Indian American motel owner in Vernon, Conn., was fatally shot after arguing with a guest over a pool pass last weekend.
What happened: Zeshan Chaudhry, the 30-year-old owner of Motel 6, got into an argument with the shooter’s girlfriend on June 27 after he told her she would have to pay $10 for a pool pass, according to NBC Connecticut.
A woman who was fatally shot in New Haven, Conn., on May 15 has been identified by local authorities as 20-year-old Mariyah Inthirath of Bridgeport.
The incident: Inthirath, who died from a single gunshot wound, was shot and killed Saturday evening at Sheffield Avenue in Newhallville, reported New Haven Independent.
A Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) graduate student wanted in the fatal shooting of Kevin Jiang was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama on Friday.
The shooting: Jiang, a Yale University graduate student and a U.S. Army veteran, was shot to death at the corner of Lawrence and Nicoll Streets in New Haven, Connecticut on Feb. 6.
A man’s $35 bowl turned out to be an exceptionally rare 15th-century Chinese antique possibly worth half a million dollars.
Purchased at a yard sale in Connecticut, the small floral bowl was recently identified as an artifact from the Ming dynasty, originally commissioned by China’s imperial court, reports CNN.
Police have identified a person of interest in the fatal shooting of 26-year-old Yale graduate student Kevin Jiang.
Jiang, who attended the Yale School of Environment, was shot to death on Lawrence Street in New Haven, Connecticut on Saturday night.
Yale grad student Kevin Jiang may have been targeted for death instead of being killed in a random act of road rage, police said.
Jiang, 26, was a graduate student at the Yale School of Environment. He was shot to death over the weekend in New Haven, as NextShark previously reported.
An Asian American graduate student from Yale University was killed in a shooting in New Haven, Connecticut over the weekend.
The incident, which is under investigation as a homicide, occurred near the intersection of Nash and Lawrence Streets at around 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 6.
Vandals defaced a public school and a store in Fairfield, Connecticut with words and phrases in protest against the upcoming Biden administration.
McKinley Elementary School, known in the area for its “incredible diversity,” saw “United States of China” spray-painted on the sidewalk leading to its entrance, as well as on a snowbank near its parking lot on Wednesday.
Former Zappos CEO Anthony Hsieh was trapped inside a storage unit during a fire in a Connecticut home and later died as a result of complications due to accidental smoke inhalation, police revealed on Monday.
The New London Police Department confirmed that the 46-year-old entrepreneur was trapped inside a storage unit during a fire inside a house at 500 Pequot Ave., New London, Connecticut on Nov. 18, according to CT Post.
Quinnipiac University has come under harsh criticism from its students for a statement it released following the Black Lives Matter protests.
Nationwide protests were sparked by the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and many others as protestors, infuriated by the police system, called for government action and the defunding of police.
Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ), a church group originally based in the Philippines, recently bought the historic ghost town, Johnsonville Village, in Connecticut.
Priced at $1.8 million, the 62-acre property was purchased by the group, which is often referred to as INC, in July 2017. On July 26, the church group opened up the village to the public for a neighborhood appreciation day.