Three arrested after armed robbery | Bristol Observer

Three arrested after armed robbery

July 16, 2013

Three were arrested Monday night after police responded to a report of an armed robbery at Fast Freddies gas station on North Street. Bristol police received the call Monday night, just before midnight, that reported a masked male walked into the gas station and pulled out a gun while demanding money, a press release said. The suspect was able to obtain $130, and then ran towards Burlington Avenue. A description of a vehicle that was involved in the robbery was given, and police were able to locate it a short distance away, and made three arrests.
Amanda Leroy, 20, of Waterbury was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit sixth degree larceny, conspiracy to commit first degree robbery, and was held on a $25,000 bond.
Dennis Muratovski, 21, of Bristol was arrested and charged with weapons in a motor vehicle, conspiracy to commit sixth degree larceny, conspiracy to commit first degree robbery, and was also held on a $25,000 bond.
Paul Martinez, 37, of Bristol was arrested and charged with first degree robbery, sixth degree larceny, criminal use of a firearm, breach of peace, conspiracy to commit sixth degree larceny, and conspiracy to commit first degree robbery. He was held on a $100,000 bond.

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