East Hartford Crime
Recent Crime News
8 hrs ago | via The Hartford Courant
An East Hartford man who was stopped for speeding assaulted two officers who were trying to arrest him on a warrant, police said Tuesday. Mark Atmore, 22, of 47 Deerfield Ave., was charged with third-degree assault, assault on police officers, third-degree criminal mischief, possession of less than four ounces of marijuana and traveling too fast. Comment?
Monday Mar 23 | via The Hartford Courant
David Barnes-Dowdell, 26, of 22 Bay Path Drive, East Hartford, was arrested on a warrant and charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree larceny and illegal use of a credit card. The charges stem from an October 2014 burglary at a Loomis Road home, according to a press release. Comment?
Saturday Mar 21 | via Patch.com
Editor's note: We previously ran this story earlier in the week, but brought it back in case you missed it. Jennifer Labbe, 27, was found in Hartford after Cromwell Police received a tip about her whereabouts, according to Cromwell Police. Comment?
Thursday Mar 19 | via WTNH
Police arrested 27-year-old Jennifer Labbe, who they say robbed banks in East Hartford, Vernon, Wallingford, Wethersfield and Cromwell from February 6 - 17th. Labbe had served time at York Correctional for a burglary conviction and was released in late January to a work release home in Hartford. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 18 | via CTNow.com
A New York man accused of raping a woman at a Main Street hotel earlier this month appeared in Superior Court in Hartford on Tuesday, according to the court clerk's office. Anante was arrested March 5 and previously appeared in Manchester court before his case was transferred to the Part A court in Hartford, where more serious cases are handled. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 11 | via The Hartford Courant
Dennis Martinez was fleeing from a hit-and-run accident Feb. 27 when he barreled through a red light at more than 80 mph, striking a vehicle driven by Sonya Atkins and killing her, according to an arrest affidavit. Martinez, who fled on foot after the crash, turned himself in to Newington police Tuesday and was charged first-degree manslaughter, evading responsibility and reckless driving. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 4 | via FOX Carolina
"That's always important in this type of situation, now we have evidence, clothing etc., and it's all very important to this type of investigation," said West Hartford Police Lt. Ted Stoneburner. Comment?
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