NYC Man Faces Charges In 2011 Connecticut Jewelry Store Robbery
DARIEN, Conn. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A New York City man has been arrested in connection with a Connecticut jewelry store robbery three years ago, after police said his DNA was found on a glove in the getaway car.
Richard Garrison, 33, of Manhattan is expected to be arraigned Friday in Stamford Superior Court on charges including robbery, assault and burglary. He was extradited from New York to Darien on Thursday.
Garrison and two other men robbed David Harvey Jewelers on June 28, 2011 and made off with more than $400,000 worth of high-end watches, police said. The other two men remain at large.
The getaway car was later found in the Bronx, and a glove with Garrison’s DNA was discovered inside, authorities said.
Det. Mark Capelli told WCBS 880’s Fran Schneidau that other evidence from the robbery, including shattered glass from the store’s display cases, was recovered from the car.
Garrison is detained on $500,000 bail.
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