Retired Danbury CT Police Sergeant Has Died; Federal Terrorism Task Force Probing Deadly Shooting; CT Governor Orders More Police Presence; ‘Star Wars’ Ticket Resale Price Going For Big Bucks
Things you need to know on December 3.
Thanks to MetroNews Source and the News Times for the following.
- Sad news to report from the Danbury law enforcement community. Former Danbury Detective/Sgt. Adam Fernand, who was with the department for nearly thirty years lost his battle with liver and kidney disease on Tuesday. Newstimes.com
- Because of the deadly shootings yesterday in California, Connecticut Governor Malloy has ordered state police to guard the Department of Developmental Services. Courant.com
- The federal government's Joint Terrorism Task Force is investigating Tuesday's mass shooting in Southern California. The police chief in San Bernardino says authorities "have not ruled out terrorism."
- Now that's a lot of moola! Scalped tickets for the newest "Star Wars" movie could cost you almost one-thousand-bucks. Sites like eBay, Craigslist and StubHub already have scalped tickets for the opening night of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Tickets for special IMAX 3D showings in New York City and LA start at 200-bucks. If you really want to go crazy - tickets for a special opening night event in Disney World start at a-thousand-dollars each.
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