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Two Men, Two Fraudulent Checks, Two Arrests

Woodbridge police say the men attempted to cash fraudulent checks totaling nearly $3,000.


Woodbridge police have arrested two men who they say cashed fraudulent checks at a local bank.

One man, Albert Abrom, 46, of Hartford, was arrested Feb. 27 at 8:22 a.m. on an oustanding warrant charging him with:

  • Second-degree forgery
  • Fifth-degree larceny

"His arrest is the result of the investigation into his cashing of a fraudulent, altered check in the amount of $990 at a local bank," police said.

Abrom was detained on a $5,000 bond and was presented for arraignment on that same day at New Haven Superior Court.

Also arrested for a separate incident was David Gorman, 57, of New Haven. He was arrested Feb. 28 at 11:42 a.m. on an outstanding warrant charging him with:

  • Second-degree forgery
  • Fourth-degree larceny

"His arrest is the result of the investigation into his cashing of a fraudulent, altered check in the amount of $1,786 at a local bank," police said.

Gorman was detained on a $15,000 bond and was presented for arraignment on March 1 at New Haven Superior Court.

The above information was provided by the Woodbridge Police Department. Arrests do not indicate convictions.

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