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Troopers Make Arrest Following Haddam Larceny Investigation

Department of Emergency Services &
Public Protection
Connecticut State Police
Public Information Office
Connecticut State Police Patch
Dr. Dora B. Schriro
Colonel Alaric J. Fox
Deputy Commissioner
Division of State Police
August 4, 2016

Troopers Make Arrest Following Haddam Larceny Investigation

  Haddam, CT. (August 4, 2016):  State Troopers from the Haddam Resident Trooper’s Office arrested one person following a month-long larceny investigation.

   On July3, 2016 Troopers from the Haddam Resident Trooper’s Office and Troop F-Westbrook investigated two separate incidents which occurred during the overnight hours on Turkey Hill Rd. in Haddam.  Several items were stolen from unlocked vehicles which included two firearms from one address, and a credit card from another address.

   Through the course of the investigation troopers developed information regarding a suspect, and drafted several arrest warrants for the vehicle break-in’s and larcenies. 

   The accused had recently been arrested and is currently incarcerated in Hartford.  The arrest warrants were approved by the Middletown Superior Court and the accused was served today during a court appearance.

   Troopers are currently working with other law enforcement agencies to determine if this suspect is connected to any other vehicle thefts, break-in’s and larcenies in Middlesex County during the last month.

Arrested:         Alex Cruz (dob 8/26/97)

                        97 Kent St.

                        Hartford, CT

Charges:          Theft of a Firearm (2 counts)

                        Theft of a Credit Card

                        Larceny 5th

                        Larceny 6th

Court:              Middletown Superior Court

                        August 4, 2016

Bond:              $10,000.00

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