GREENWICH, Conn. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Greenwich this week:
- Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei was re-elected to his fourth term in office.
- The Wall Street hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors, based in Stamford and run by Greenwich's Steve Cohen, has pleaded guilty to insider trading and will pay a $1.8 billion penalty.
- Four men with sledge hammers robbed tens of thousands of dollars worth of watches from Henry C. Reid & Son Jewelers in downtown New Canaan.
- A Former Greenwich teacher and Norwalk resident, Stacey Goodnow, 46, pleaded guilty for creating a public disturbance for threats against a Greenwich middle school
- A fire destroyed a two-family home in Byram neighborhood of Greenwich. Two tenants escaped the blaze, but a dog was killed.
- A lockdown at Central Connecticut State University that lasted for more than three hours led to the arrest of CCSU Senior, David Kyem for breach of peace.
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