Daily Blotter: May 12

A Roundup of All Things Criminal in CT

Student Stabbing Arrest  
Connecticut state police have arrested three people in the stabbing of a student at Windham High School. The 20-year-old student was stabbed in the back Monday afternoon, Willimantic police said. The wound is not life-threatening. Police have charged an 18-year-old, who is not a student at the school, with assault and loitering. A 20-year-old man has also been charged with third-degree assault and a 16-year-old is charged with breach of peace.

Crack Dealer Does Time

A Connecticut federal judge has sentenced a Stamford crack dealer to more than 12 years in prison. Marvin Foster, 33, was sentenced Monday in Hartford federal court. He has been in custody since he was arrested last September. Prosecutors said that Foster admitted to distributing crack cocaine at least four times last year.  He was sentenced to 151 months in prison. The investigation was part of a joint law enforcement operation conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Stamford Police Department's Vice and Narcotics Squad.

Teen Arrested With Fake Gun

A 13-year-old Connecticut boy has been arrested after an incident involving a fake gun in North Haven. The Bridgeport boy was arrested Monday afternoon for carrying a fake handgun after he left a school on Mill Road without permission, according to police. The boy was spotted in some woods and police dogs were used to track him down. The boy has been charged with threatening, burglary, larceny and carrying a facsimile handgun. He's been released to the custody of a parent.

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