A Bridgeport man has been accused of making a heroin delivery to a East Side motel last week.
Capt. Richard Conklin said Narcotics and Organized Crime squad officers were alerted to a heroin delivery that was going to be made at the Red Carpet Inn by a middle-aged heavyset man driving a maroon minivan.
Three small yellow stakes recently appeared on Nestor Ulloa’s lawn.
The markers are as much of a mystery as the ongoing construction in front of his Courtland Avenue home.
A long-planned $4.3 million revamp of Courtland Avenue and its intersection with East Main Street has confused residents in the Glenbrook neighborhood.
When Eileen Russo approached the Zoning Board earlier this week she said it was hard to conceal her emotions.
Her voice cracked as she described the long drive — 45 minutes each way to Bethel — she takes each month to get life-saving medicine. Another man, with debilitating lower back pain, told the board that a similar drive causes him immense pain. Others - in wheelchairs, for example - have it even worse, he said.
“Medical marijuana saved my life,” Russo told the panel. “My doctors can’t figure out why I’m alive today.”
Manny Jurado is at the point where he has to seriously consider closing his business.
Since the second phase of the Urban Transitway project began and nearby parking was taken away in 2013, the owner of Manny’s Bakery on East Main Street estimates he is down to about half the usual traffic at his 10-year-old store.