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Winstead Connecticut Police Officer Robert J. Hebert, Previously Suspended After Secret Hospital Incident, Already Charged With Threatening His Wife, Draging His Girlfriend Down Lover’s Lane With His Car, Arrested Again Yet Again After Secret Incident At Walgreens Pharmacy - And Released Back To The StreetsPublished in CONNECTICUT
TORRINGTON, CONNECTICUT — A Winsted police officer’s legal woes worsened with another arrest over the weekend.
See also: Winsted Connecticut Police Officer Robert Hebert, Charged With Threatening His Wife And Free On Bond, Arrested After Incident With Another Woman And Dragging Her With His Car On Lover’s Lane
Robert J. Hebert, 33, of Terryville, was free on bonds totaling $252,500 when city police arrested him Saturday night at the Lovers Lane home of Dawn Kiesel on a breach of peace charge. City police obtained a warrant for Hebert’s arrest following a reported incident Jan. 24 at 28 East Elm St., a Walgreens pharmacy directly across the street from police headquarters.
Details of that incident were not available Sunday, though police said it was not related to domestic violence. A manager at the Walgreens said Sunday he had no record or recollection of any incident involving a man of Hebert’s age during that period.
Hebert was freed on $1,000 surety bond following Saturday’s arrest, pending a Feb. 28 appearance in Waterbury Superior Court.
Hebert also faces charges stemming from an altercation with Kiesel on Jan. 25. He was previously charged with carrying a dangerous weapon, second-degree reckless endangerment, and breach of peace stemming from threats police said he made against his wife in November.
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