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Wednesday, September 14, 2011


Or at least that is what we are told. At least two of Hartford's politicians might have a different take on that today though.

Apparently, according to police sources, State Senator John Fonfara and former Councilwoman Veronica Airey-Wilson both had their homes burglarized yesterday.

Burglars stole several items from Fonfara's southend home including a laptop computer and a bottle of vodka. Hopefully the Senator's laptop was password protected, who knows what might be on there if the burglars are able to access it.

No listing of the items taken from Airey-Wilson's home were available, but one police source did confirm that the granite counter tops installed for her in her Ridgefield Street home as part of the Perez corruption scandal were not touched and were safe.

DNA and fingerprint evidence were collected and awaiting analysis by the Hartford Police.


Support Kevin said...


It's time to get a Wethepeople Android and IPhone icon that can be download to our mobile phones for instant access.

Keep up the good work.


I will look into that and try to figure out how to do it.

Thanks for the suggestion

Anonymous said...

Phew!!!!! Glad to hear the granite counttops are safe

Anonymous said...

why wasn't Fonfara at home? he must have gone out to give the DiBella's a quickie

Anonymous said...

I had the same question. Fonfara usually only goes out in the community right before an election when he needs votes

Anonymous said...

Well burglary is on the rise and hpd has their top guys with two years on solving cases.

Anonymous said...

LOL @ Anonymous 9:14 PM. Classic

Anonymous said...

Kevin, I am surprised you allowed the post referring to a quickie - a little too snarky given the quality of the info you provide - just sayin