Crime & Punishment: Wilton Little League Coach Goes Crazy On Umpire

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The coach of a Wilton Little League team acted so unhinged toward an umpire and his own players that the ump canceled the entire game. An assistant coach for the opposing team, from Oxford, told the Oxford Patch website that the Wilton coach used swear words while critiquing his 11-year-old players and throughout the game accosted the umpire about various calls. She submitted a 33-second camera-phone video in which the coach follows the umpire around the field, shouting "You're insane!" (The Wilton Little League says it "is fully investigating" the matter; the coach has yet to be identified in press reports.)

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A lot of genitals have been on display at Connecticut WalMarts recently. Twenty-four-year-old Eric J. Duval allegedly dropped his pants in front of an employee of the East Windsor store, reports the Hartford Courant. Ryan Davies, then a 20-year-old employee of the Shelton WalMart, showed a 10-year-old customer a pornographic movie on his cell phone, according to the New Haven Register. Lastly, a camera was hidden by an as-yet-unknown perpetrator in a dressing room of the Wallingford location, reports WTNH. The chain may soon get a reputation as lowbrow.

Two men swiped four boxes of an outrageously expensive brand of shampoo from a CVS in Darien, news that might oddly get the store in trouble, reports the Darien Patch website. The Kerastase shampoo, which sells for $38 for a 250 milliliter bottle, is not supposed to be for sale outside of salons or the brand's website. ("Products sold at your local grocery store, drugstore or superstore have been acquired on the 'grey market' and could be old, contaminated or even counterfeit!," according to Kerastase's site.)

A shirtless Daniel Edward Cansdale stood on a Middletown street corner "attempting to get passersby to fight him," police told the Middletown Patch website. After officers hauled him into a holding cell — and shockingly found a crack pipe in his possession — Cansdale, 42, "stripped naked" and "took a prone position in the nude on all four limbs and displayed his [rear end] to the [surveillance] camera," according to the police report.

A clerk at a Newington 7-Eleven made the mistake of calling customer David Wright "honey." Wright, 52, allegedly told the female clerk that if she called him that again he would punch her in the face. According to a police report obtained by the Hartford Courant, she asked Wright if he would really punch her in the face for calling him "honey," causing him to punch her in the face.

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