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No clean getaway for Connecticut man

Posted by Ralph Ranalli October 12, 2007 11:05 AM

NATICK

A Connecticut man has been indicted on charges stemming from his alleged role as a getaway driver for a series of jewelry store robberies, including one in Natick two years ago.

Anthony Curral, 30, pleaded not guilty to an array of charges and was ordered held without bond by U.S. Magistrate Judge Holly B. Fitzsimmons in a federal court in Connecticut, the Connecticut Post reported on its web site.

The FBI alleges Curral served as a getaway driver for Charles Kertesz, 36, formerly of Shelton and Milford, Conn. in the armed robberies of Hannoush Jewelry, in Natick, in July 2005 and a Lux Bond and Green Jewelry store in South Windsor, Conn. in February 2006.

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