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[CT] Winsted Officer Herbert arrested again, different woman - A Winsted police officer free on a $250,000 bond for allegedly threatening his wife was arrested over the weekend after arguing with another woman...
Police Officer Arrested For Third Time
Officer On Unpaid Leave, Pending Disciplinary Hearings
February 19, 2008
[Excerpts] A Winsted police officer has been arrested three times in the past three months for separate incidents. For the third time, Torrington police officer, Rob Hebert, 33, has been accused of getting violent or out of control... Officials said the first incident took place in November, when Hebert was charged with carrying a dangerous weapon and breach of peace stemming from threats he made against his wife... Hebert was involved in two incidents during the month of January. One incident occurred at a Walgreens in Torrington, where Hebert is accused of creating a disturbance by trying to approach and talk with the soon to be ex-husband of his new girlfriend, 36-year-old Dawn Kiesel... Channel 3 Eyewitness New reporter Len Besthoff reported that some of the investigation has to do with incidents involving Hebert's actions in Torrington, while another portion of the investigation is related to Hebert's employment in Winsted. Kiesel talked with Eyewitnees News. She said all of Hebert's arrests have been blown way of out proportion... He was previously employed as an officer in Brookfield. Police said they have taken Hebert's service weapon and badge...
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February 18, 2008
A Winsted police officer free on a $250,000 bond for allegedly threatening his wife was arrested over the weekend after arguing with another woman. Robert Hebert, 33, of Terryville, was arraigned in Waterbury Superior Court Monday on charges of second-degree reckless endangerment and breach of peace. He was arrested Friday afternoon after a verbal dispute with 36-year-old Dawn Kiesel, of 187 Lovers Lane. Torrington police said they were called by neighbors around 4:20 p.m. An argument escalated when Hebert tried to leave and Kiesel grabbed the steering wheel of his car, police said. Hebert continued driving for a short distance, dragging her alongside the vehicle. She wasn't seriously hurt and was not taken to a hospital, police said. Police found Hebert, of 23 Fairview Ave. in Terryville, in the basement of Kiesel's home. He was released on a $2,500 nonsurety bond, police Lt. Michael Emanuel said. Kiesel was charged with breach of peace and released. Her case is pending in Bantam Superior Court.
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