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Sunday, 18 May 2008

Miles Frazier-Nevers was charged with first-degree larceny

What started out as a good deed by an off-duty corrections officer ended in the arrest of two local men on gun, drugs and auto theft charges. An off-duty state corrections officer, William Finney Jr., got more than he bargained for Friday when he pulled over on the side of Route 2 here around 4:30 p.m. to lend a helping hand after seeing a disabled car in a ditch. Finney was traveling with his family when he noticed a 2006 Mercedes E350 on the side of the westbound lanes of Route 2. As he approached the car, two young men fled from the vehicle up an embankment, which led Finney to believe the car was stolen.
Finney, along with his two stepsons, pursued the men up the hill and confronted them. At that point, one of the men, a 16-year-old from New London, pulled out a handgun and threatened Finney and his sons. The corrections officer was able to persuade the man to put the gun on the ground; Finney detained both of the men until state police arrived from Troop K in Colchester.
Police determined that the Mercedes the men had been driving was stolen from a home in Ledyard on May 15. The 16-year-old from New London was charged with first-degree larceny, three counts of criminal attempt to commit second-degree assault, possession of a firearm without a permit, possession of a firearm in a motor vehicle, altering a firearm, possession of marijuana and possession of marijuana with intent to sell. He is being held on a $100,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in Manchester Superior Court on Monday. The other suspect, Miles Frazier-Nevers, 18, of 20 Deerfield Ave., Waterford, was charged with first-degree larceny and is being held on a $25,000 bond. He is scheduled to appear in court on Monday in Manchester as well.



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