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Police: Meriden Man Rents Video Games, Sells Them

A Meriden man is facing a larceny charge after police said he tried to swindle Blockbuster out of their games.

A Meriden man is accused of renting more than $200 worth of video games from a Blockbuster store in Naugatuck and then selling them to a gaming store, police said.

Daron Cochrane, 24, of 323 Coe Ave., was charged with sixth-degree larceny for stealing the games, which totaled $212.65 in value, police said.

He was released on a $2,000 court set cash bond and is to be arraigned Wednesday at Waterbury Superior Court.

 

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