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Hebron-Columbia Police Logs February 11-18, Arrests following robbery investigation

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policeOn Friday, February 11, 2011, Timothy Giddix, 21, of 45 Hope Valley Road, Hebron, CT was issued a ticket for failure to keep right at a curve after an accident with a bus driven by Daniel Allen, 39, of Lebanon on Hope Valley Road, Hebron, CT which resulted in minor damage to both vehicles. No injuries were reported.

On Friday, February 11, 2011, police made arrests following the investigation of a robbery on October 19, 2010. On that date, Troop K received a 911 call of a reported robbery in the parking lot of the 7-Eleven gas station located on Route 6 in Andover, CT. It was reported that a subject wearing a ski-type mask, black gloves and dark clothing opened the driver-side door of a parked vehicle and placed what was reported to be a handgun against the neck of a female occupant stating “give me all you got” several times. It was reported that the subject then grabbed a purse off one of the victims’ laps and fled into an adjacent wooded area. During the investigation it was learned that three people participated in the robbery. Shortly after the incident, an arrest warrant was secured and served on the first subject. After further investigation, two more arrest warrants were secured for the remaining two participants in the robbery. On February 11, 2011 the two remaining participants were placed into custody without incident. Anthony Flemke, 27, 19 Route 6, Columbia, CT was arrested and charged with first-degree accessory to robbery, second-degree accessory to larceny, first-degree conspiracy to commit larceny and second-degree conspiracy to commit larceny. Kelly Danforth, 27, of 19 Route 6, Columbia, CT was arrested and charged with first-degree accessory to robbery, first-degree conspiracy to commit robbery and second-degree conspiracy to commit larceny.

On Monday, February 14, 2011, Toni Lynn Cyr, 62, of 422 Church St., Hebron, CT was arrested for first-degree larceny and third-degree forgery.

On Monday, February 14, 2011, Kimberly Ann Cyr, 42, of 422 Church St., Hebron CT was arrested for first-degree larceny and third-degree forgery.

On Tuesday, February 15, 2011, Laura Martin, 38, of Scotland, CT lost control of her vehicle on Route 66 near Loveland Road in Columbia, CT and went off the right side of the road, stiking a snow bank and rolling the vehicle over onto its roof. There were no injuries reported and Ms. Martin was issued a ticket for traveling too fast for conditions.

On Wednesday, February 16, 2011, The Hebron Resident Trooper’s office is investigating a complaint that a contractor fraudulently agreed to conduct home improvements for the victim without a valid Connecticut home improvement license and stole $850 without conducting any of the home improvements agreed upon.

On Thursday, February 17, 2011, Ryan Gilbert, 18, of 157 Route 66, Apt. A, Columbia, CT was arrested for third-degree burglary, sixth-degree larceny, three counts of forgery and illegal use of a credit card.

Posted 2-27-2011

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