Police: alleged drug dealer in wrong location at wrong time

BRIDGEPORT — A suspect in a chief road bank robbery, arrested following a chase Wednesday nighttime, instructed officers, “I’m a drug broking, not a bank robber.”

Police spoke of they later decided that Cordaryl Glenn became right after they discovered medication on him but no money from the theft.

Glenn, 32, of Platt road, become charged with possession of a controlled substance, criminal possession of a pistol and carrying a pistol and not using a enable.

all over his arraignment Thursday, sophisticated courtroom decide Tracy Lee Dayton ordered Glenn, who has an in depth criminal listing, held in lieu of $150,000 bond.

shortly earlier than 5 p.m. Wednesday, police said a man walked into the TD financial institution on leading road, exceeded a teller a threatening note and fled with an undetermined amount of money.

Police stated a short time later, they tracked the GPS unit that become put into the financial institution bag with the funds to Exeter street.

When officers received to the place, police said they spotted Glenn, who seemed to in shape the description of the bank robber. As officers approached him, police mentioned Glenn took off operating. They talked about he turned into arrested following a short foot chase. all through the chase, police pointed out Glenn discarded a waist pack.

When officers searched Glenn, they discovered a bag of marijuana in his pocket. when they retrieved the waist pack, police talked about, they found it contained a loaded handgun, purple paper folds containing heroin and a small bag of cocaine.

When police questioned him about the financial institution robbery, police observed Glenn admitted he was a drug dealer however denied robbing the bank.

Police said they brought financial institution personnel to the scene and the bank personnel tested that Glenn turned into now not the robber.

“He was a drug broker in the incorrect region at the incorrect time,” Police Capt. Brian Fitzgerald observed Thursday following Glenn’s arraignment.

Fitzgerald observed they later arrested a 15-yr-historical New Haven boy for the bank robbery. He mentioned the teenager had the bank cash with him and confessed to robbing the financial institution.

the teenager become became over to state juvenile authorities.