Police Blotter– March 26, 2009

Teen Shot in New Haven

A teenager is recovering after being shot in New Haven. The 14-year-old was shot at 11:43 p.m. Wednesday  on Quinnipiac Avenue, police say. He was taken to the hospital with what police describe as a "non-life threatening injury." The incident remains under investigation.

Hartford Gas Station Robbed

Hartford Police are investigating a gas station robbery. It happened just after 1 a.m. Thursday at the Sunoco on Albany Avenue near Garden Street.  A man wearing a ski mask and hoodie showed a gun and robbed the teller.  He was last seen on Albany Avenue.

Police Look  For Robber Wearing Puppy Sweatshirt

Woodbridge Police are looking for a bank robber. The People's United Bank on Amity Road was held up Wednesday. Police say a man with a puppy on his sweatshirt got away with cash after passing  a note to the teller.

Arrests Made in Bloomfield Murder

Two men face murder and robbery charges for the death of a man found in a Bloomfield park. 27-year-old Bobbie Dickson was found shot to death in a park off Tunxis Avenue near a reservoir March 10. Rogeau Collins, 21, was arrested Tuesday and police have a warrant for Adrian Dean, 22. Dean is already being held on unrelated charges. He is expected to be officially arrest him in a few days.

Judge Says No Deal

A judge has tossed out a plea deal that would have put a man who tormented several families behind bars for two years. The judge said the sentence offered to  Charles Dubord, 57, was too lenient. Dubord called several  parents and claimed he had abducted  and  tortured their daughters. He pleaded guilty to harassment and  risk of injury charges.

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