A motorist, who, according to police appeared to be intoxicated, struck a pedestrian with the SUV, killing him, on Sunday evening.
The victim has been identified as Frank Morales, 38, of Hartford. He was pronounced at St. Francis.
The investigation is ongoing, but in addition to the deceased, the yet-to-be-named motorist operating a 2001 Chevy Blazer appears to have struck a parked vehicle and run a red light at the intersection of Albany and Edwards where Morales was hit as he exited a convenience store.
Witnesses and those with information are asked to contact the Hartford Police Department: (860) 757-4000.
Photo courtesy of the Hartford Police Department
If you want to get more mileage out of those tax dollars, you can now use the Hartford Police Department’s parking lot to conduct your Craigslist transactions.
With a number of those exchanges turning into robberies — and worse – it might bring peace of mind to buy and sell within shouting distance of the law. There is video surveillance of the lot and the front desk is staffed every hour of every day. Continue reading 'Police Offer Public Use of Lot for Transactions'»
To start the day, stop by City Hall at 10 a.m. to catch a last minute meeting. This is a “special meeting” dealing with the Hartford Stadium Authority. The item for Saturday:
Stadium Authority. Ordinance authorizing the City to lease the land, on which the stadium will be built, to the Stadium Authority and to lease the stadium back from the Authority after it is constructed. (Segarra).
There is no word if Mayor Segarra or City Council will be holding any special meetings to address the snow removal efforts that have left city streets headache-inducing for the last few weeks.
After you have had your fill of that spectator sport, head over the Elizabeth Park — with roads being what they are, you might need to carve out two hours for that schlep — for the Art Sled Derby. There is no fee to watch or participate. This is scheduled to start at 11 a.m.
Six SAND Elementary School students who have had perfect attendance this school year through the month of December will receive free bicycles.The Clay Arsenal neighborhood school will hold its celebration this morning.
The locally-grown Julio Lozada Foundation, which also awards college scholarships to Latino youth, is the sponsor of this giveaway.
People wishing to proclaim that “Black Lives Matter” will be marching from the intersection of Albany and Main to the State Capitol building on December 20, 2014. This is slated to begin at noon. The march is organized by Mothers United Against Violence, Connecticut United Against Mass Incarceration, and students from UConn.
Justin held his sign in front of City Hall during rush hour on Wednesday. He wanted to know why he was the only person taking a stand.
On Saturday, December 6th, others will join voices to say that all lives matter. The solidarity march will gather at Albany and Main at noon, then head up the road, ending at the Woodland Street entrance to Keney Park.