After being accused of tampering with evidence by hiding an alleged murder weapon in her bra, a Naugatuck woman was allowed to go free after pleading guilty on Wednesday to a lesser charge. Zuliette Reyes, 19, was granted an unconditional discharge after entering her misdemeanor plea in Waterbury Superior Court to interfering with an officer. Reyes will not have to go to jail or spend time on probation. She will have a record. For more, read here: http://patch.com/A-lnjF
The president of Danbury-based Preferred Utilities Manufacturing Corporation admitted this week to filing a false federal tax return. David Bohn, 46, of Redding, pleaded guilty in federal court in New Haven. The feds allege he used PUMC to pay for personal expenses between 2004 and 2007. For more, including possible punishment, read here http://patch.com/A-ljLd.
State police on Monday found a large marijuana growing operation at a Spinning Wheel Road home in Monroe. Read more, including who was charged and what was seized, here: http://patch.com/A-ljkR
Police in Monroe are searching for two men who allegedly robbed Dunkin Donuts on Main Street on Tuesday night. One of the men, whose face was covered with a bandanna, ordered all the cell phones from the employees. The employees said they filled a bag with cash from the register before the man fled. Police said the second man came in through the back door, trying to unsuccessfully get into the safe. For more, click here:http://patch.com/A-llbw