A Marlborough man plead 'guilty' Wednesday in five armed robberies of
CVS and Walgreens stores in Meriden, East Hartford, Glastonbury, South
Windsor and Vernon.
David Haney, 52, was arrested in November for
robbing the CVS on Buckland Road in South Windsor on Sept. 25.
According to court records, Haney approached the pharmacy counter,
showed the pharmacist a gun tucked into his waistband and demanded
Haney left the store with more than 2,000 pills of varying strengths.
pleaded ‘guilty’ Wednesday to one count of interference with commerce
by robbery for the incident in South Windsor, as well as similar
robberies at a Walgreens on Hebron Avenue in Glastonbury on Sept. 15, a
Walgreens on Main Street in Meriden on Oct. 3, a CVS on Main Street in
East Hartford on Oct. 11 and a Walgreens on Talcottville Road in Vernon
on Nov. 9.
Haney’s case is scheduled for sentencing on May 14, at which time he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison.