To help keep you informed on the most shared and talked about stories, each Saturday and Sunday we'll revisit five stories from the previous week, including the most recent updates.
Elderly Woman Killed
Stamford police are investigating the death of a 93-year-old woman found in her Cove Road home on Wednesday. Officers found Isabella Mehner at the bottom of her basement stairs. The medical examiner ruled her death a homicide. For more on the woman's death, click here.
Two juveniles were arrested after police say they vandalized a pump house that supplies water to hundreds of homes in Ledyard. A warning was sent to residents in the Gales Ferry section of town to not drink the water earlier this week. The water was tested and deemed safe to drink. See more on the incident and arrests here.
A judge warned Fotis Dulos this week to keep the battery charged on the GPS tracking device he is wearing as part of his bail agreement. Dulos was in court after probation officials said he was allowing the battery on the device to drain. The judge warned Dulos his bail could be revoked if he fails to keep the device properly charged. Dulos is out on bond after being charged with evidence tampering and hindering prosecution connected to the disappearance of his estranged wife, Jennifer. For more on what the judge told Dulos, click here.
How Dare You!
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg delivered a scathing message to world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly this week. "We'll be watching you," Thunberg said. She excoriated world leaders for having "stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words." President Trump and others mocked Thunberg after her speech went viral. See how Thunberg responded to President Trump here.
Don't Feed The Goats
Three goats on a Southington farm are dead after they choked on apples that someone dumped into their pen. The goats were popular with local families, who would come to see the animals. The farmer put up a sign warning people not to feed the animals without checking with him first. He says he won't bring any animals back until the spring or summer of 2020. For more on what the farmer had to say about his goats, click here.