Bristol man arrested in attempted robbery at Whole Donut

A Bristol man was arrested late Sunday night after an attempted robbery at the Whole Donut on Burlington Avenue. Robert Moody, 49, of 9 Irving St., Bristol was arrested on Sunday night after Bristol police tracked him down not too far from the donut shop. There were no injuries in the attempted robbery, and Moody was unable to get into the restaurant. According to a press release, a police dog was able to track down Moody and evidence that included a bag with a mask, latex gloves, a spare shirt and a power drill that was used to resemble a firearm. Moody was charged with first degree criminal attempt at robbery, sixth degree criminal attempt at larceny, and second degree breach of peace. He was held on a $50,000 bond and was expected to be arraigned Monday morning in court. He was also charged with second degree failure to appear for an earlier incident that was unrelated to the attempted robbery.