In Case You Missed It Weekend Digest: April 21

To help make sure you stay informed on the most shared and talked about stories, each Saturday and Sunday we'll revisit 5 stories from the previous week, including the most recent updates.

Mueller Report Released

The Department of Justice released Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election and concluded that there was no evidence that anyone on the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian actors who carried out the interference. The report did evaluate 10 episodes for possible obstruction of justice and Mueller detailed how President Trump tried to seize control of the Russia probe and force Mueller's removal to stop him from investigating potential obstruction of justice by the president. Read the full report here.

Fowl Arrest

Police arrested a man who is accused of leaving decapitated chickens outside a home in Westport. The home had been the target on several occasions of the dumping of boxes or bags containing headless chickens, police said. Investigators were able to use surveillance video to lead them to the suspect. See more on the arrest here.

Columbine Scare

Just days before the 20th anniversary of the 1999 Columbine massacre, the school and others in the Denver area were closed after police deemed a woman posed a threat to those schools. Sol Pais, 18, was obsessed with the shooting at Columbine, according to police, and traveled from Florida to Colorado, where she then purchased a gun. Police began an all-out search for Pais and found her dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. For more on the bizarre saga, click here.

Paranormal Passing

Famed paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren, of Monroe, died Thursday. Warren and her husband, Ed, founded the New England Society for Psychic Research. The pair investigated many hauntings, including the home in Amityville, New York, which inspired the movie "the Amityville Horror." See more on Warren's death here.

Famed paranormal investigator Lorraine Warren, of Monroe, died on Thursday night.

Prescription Cancer Concern

A multibillion-dollar pharmaceutical company has expanded its national recall of a prescription drug used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure for the fourth time since December after trace amount of a possible carcinogen were detected, federal officials announced Thursday. Torrent Pharmaceuticals, based in India, expanded its U.S. recall to include thousands upon thousands more losartan potassium and losartan potassium/hydrochlorothiazide tablets due to the detection of an "unexpected impurity" -- N-Methylnitrosobutyric acid (NMBA) -- in an active ingredient. See more on the recall here.

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