Testimony ends in Steve Powell's voyeurism trial TACOMA, Wash. – Testimony in the voyeurism trial of Steve Powell, the father-in-law of missing Utah mother Susan Powell, came to an abrupt end Monday as prosecutors rested their case and defense attorneys declined to call their own witnesses. The final ... 05/14/2012 - 7:32 am | View Link
Testimony ends in Steve Powell's voyeurism trial TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — Testimony in the voyeurism trial of Steve Powell, the father-in-law of missing Utah mother Susan Powell, came to an abrupt end Monday as prosecutors rested their case and defense attorneys declined to call their own witnesses. 05/14/2012 - 7:18 am | View Link
Testimony ends in Steve Powell's voyeurism trial Testimony in the voyeurism trial of Steve Powell, the father-in-law of missing Utah mother Susan Powell, came to an abrupt end Monday as prosecutors rested their case and defense attorneys declined to call their own witnesses. The final volley of ... 05/14/2012 - 6:37 am | View Link
Testimony ends in Steve Powell's voyeurism trial TACOMA, Wash. — Testimony in Steve Powell's voyeurism trial came to an abrupt end Monday as prosecutors rested their case and defense attorneys declined to call their own witnesses. The final volley of information explored a brief slice of Powell's ... 05/13/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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In a slam-dunk decision, the Supreme Court said earlier this week that the 2006 conviction of a Stamford man for drug and gun offenses would stand, even though the man's lawyers claim a Stamford judge wrongly allowed a jury to hear evidence from an illegal police search.
 Urso held that the police needed a search warrant to look into the crawl space, which they did not have.
A jury found Pierre guilty of criminal possession of a weapon and possession of marijuana with intent to sell and he was sentenced to 30 months in jail and finished his sentence in November 2008.
The court said that tenants, visitors, delivery people and the landlord's agents freely entered the house and Pierre was not in a position from keeping them away from the crawl space where the gun and pot were found.
Because of his lack of control over the crawl space, the court found Pierre could not have an expectation of privacy in the space that society would consider reasonable.
Lt. Diedrich Hohn said police are looking through surveillance videotapes from nearby businesses in hopes of finding the person who set the fire in a unit of a three-story, six-unit brick apartment house at 7 Milton St.
Hohn said that police confirmed an arsonist disabled at least one smoke detector in an unoccupied ground-floor apartment before setting the blaze, which was reported about 9 p.m.
 waiting for him there was Miriam Gonzerelli, his language arts teacher -- his angel, his mother calls her.
Standing in a suit before more than 30 people, including his family and Gonzerelli's, he read an essay in English that won first prize in Barnes & Noble's annual My Favorite Teacher contest.
God is using her to help all children that have come from Latin American countries and who are trying to adapt to the educational system of this country.
In between congratulatory hugs and conversations, Gonzerelli said she has able to reach children because she loves them and loves what she does, and her students know it.
Besides a gift card and the chance to advance in a national competition, Luis received a signed copy of the autobiography of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
A retired Turn of River teacher provided some translation services at the event, in which many people were bilingual.
Ulloa, Luis' aunt, gave a short speech on behalf of the family, saying Gonzerelli was a teacher "who knows how to touch the heart."
Toni LeClair, community relations manager for Barnes & Noble, handed out the certificates, cards and books, including to the school, which will also receive a signed copy of Sotomayor's biography.
Luis' essay will be entered into the regional competition where five winners will be chosen, and from among the subjects a National Teacher of the Year will be chosen.
 both the winning and runners-up essays there were about Gonzerelli.
Each bookstore holds its own contest open to all patrons of that store, so Stamford students who go to Norwalk made their entries there instead of the one in Town Center.
With a smile, Turn of River Principal Brendan Fox praised both teacher and student at his school.
HARTFORD, Conn. — A woman who shot and killed her two young grandsons before committing suicide last year left a note to the boys' parents saying they did not deserve to have the children, according to a police report.