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according to police. He showed a silver automatic handgun and demanded money from the clerk, police said. The suspect also stole cigarettes from behind the register and money from a customer present at the time of the robbery, police said. The man fled on foot heading east on Tolland possibly to a waiting vehicle a witness described a black vehicle, possibly a Ford Taurus, leaving the parking lot after the robbery, according to police. Sunday in response to an alarm sounding at the business, police said. Police found an open door and several items missing but no one was on the premises. During the investigation, police gathered surveillance video footage which showed a possible suspect with the following description: a white male in his early twenties with a small to medium build with shoulder length dark hair, wearing a North Face hoody and carrying what appeared to be a camouflage backpack, police said. Anthony Simons, of West Haven, is scheduled to appear Wednesday at Superior Court in Derby. He is charged with first degree robbery and sixth degree larceny. Police say Simons robbed the gas station, located at 442 River Rd., the night of Nov. 30,
2012. He allegedly purchased an item before pulling out a knife and demanding money.
By CHRISTOPHER HOFFMAN, Special to The Courant, August 26, 2014
WETHERSFIELD The Wethersfield Diner on Silas Deane Highway closed earlier this month, according to Planning and Economic Development Director Peter Gillespie. Gillespie said Tuesday he did not know why the eatery at 718 Silas Deane Highway went out of business. “We had heard that they were having a challenge the last little while,” Gillespie said. The business’ phone was disconnected Tuesday, and its former operators could not be located for comment. The property is owned by Cross Investments LLC, whose principal, Caesar Rossitto, also owns and operates the neighboring Mobile station at 708 Silas Deane Highway, Gillespie said.
HARTFORD A woman is expected to face charges after she crashed her car into a gas station on Franklin Avenue early Monday. when a female driver lost control of her car and crashed into a gas pump and then into the store at 181 Franklin Ave. A store clerk suffered minor injuries in the accident, police said. No one was injured at the Baldwin Bridge Mobil, at 399 Boston Post Road. Two men in their 20s entered the gas station and forced the only employee in the building to the side while they stole cash from the register, police said. The men ran from the area and headed westbound in an older model four door sedan. The Department of Environmental Protection chose sites in which a responsible person or company could not be identified or was not able to pay for the cleanup. The money will pay to find the leaks,
assess the damage and remove any contamination.