Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Seymour man accused of holding sister captive pleads guilty to related charges

Arthur W. Gauvin with public defender Bruce Weiant at his arraignment April 2014 in Superior Court in Derby.MARA LAVITT — NEW HAVEN REGISTER FILE PHOTO

By Phyllis Swebilius 
MILFORD >> Arthur W. Gauvin, accused last year of keeping his sister captive for years in the Seymour house they shared, pleaded guilty Tuesday to related charges.
He will be sentenced July 9 by Superior Court Judge Frank Iannotti.
Meanwhile, his sister is “doing well now,” Supervisory Assistant State’s Attorney Cornelius P. Kelly told the judge. “She seems to be putting this behind her.”
Kelly said he spoke Monday with the woman’s conservator.
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