By Register Staff
ANSONIA >> Police say DNA has tied a Waterbury man with two previous
bank robbery convictions to a five-year-old robbery here.
Dennis Wilson, 42, was taken into custody late last month by detectives and
returned to Connecticut from a New York prison to face charges of first-degree
robbery and second-degree larceny, police Lt. Andrew Cota said Tuesday in a
press release. Wilson, who is being held on $250,000 bail, was scheduled to
appear Tuesday at state Superior Court in Derby.
Wilson is accused of robbing the former Naugatuck Valley Savings Bank, 75
Tremont St., in 2009. Cota said $8,359 was taken.
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