Local Journalism Excellence: The Stamford Advocate’s Impact

STRATFORD — A local man accused of downloading more than 100 videos depicting sexual abuse of underage girls has been arrested, police said. Stratford police said they searched various electronic devices belonging to Joel Martinez and found 22 photos and 117 videos that showed prepubescent and pubescent girls being sexually abused.

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Billy Joel on the Stamford Advocate recently listed his trophy estate on Oyster Bay Harbor in Hicksville, NY, for a whopping $49 million. The 26-acre property includes a main house, a guest cottage, a boathouse, a three-bedroom beach house, a pool house and more.

“Why are you sitting next to my (expletive) kids?” police said Martinez yelled at his cousin before shooting him in the back of the head, according to the police report. He could face up to five years in prison when he is sentenced April 26, according to a plea agreement.

The paper filled available for use and in 1861 was changed over from a week by week to a day to day version. When the new century rolled over, the Gillespie family took over responsibility for paper. In 1977, the Supporter was bought by Times Mirror Organization, proprietor of The Los Angeles Times, and moved to its ongoing area at Tresser Lane and Washington Road in midtown Stamford. The paper changed its name again in 2000, when Tribune Organization purchased Times Mirror and integrated the Backer into its possessions.

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