South Windsor police make multiple arrests on larceny, forgery charges

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SOUTH WINDSOR — Police arrested three individuals on Wednesday on a variety of charges stemming from separate incidents, including motor vehicle theft, fraudulent check cashing and failure to appear in court.

Jensen Rodriguez, 22, of Hartford was apprehended on an active arrest warrant related to a vehicle theft that occurred in March 2021.

The arrest took place at 10:29 a.m. at Cheshire Correctional Institute, where Rodriguez was already in custody.

DNA evidence from the gear shifter of the stolen vehicle led to his identification.

Rodriguez was held on a $10,000 surety bond and is slated for a court appearance at Manchester Superior Court this morning.

At 10:30 a.m., Brian C.

Marino, 57, of Torrington was taken into custody by South Windsor Police on charges of larceny in the third degree, fraudulent use of an ATM, and forgery in the second degree.

An investigation by Ion Bank on Ellington Road implicated Marino and an accomplice in the fraudulent cashing of checks totaling over $6,000 from a business account.

Marino, already in state custody for other charges, was processed and appeared in Manchester Superior Court.

Additionally, Gabino Franco, 47, of South Windsor, was arrested at 11:58 a.m. for failing to appear in court on an active warrant.

Franco, who turned himself in to authorities, was processed and released on a $2,500 surety bond.

He is scheduled to appear in Manchester Superior Court on April 10 at 9 a.m.

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