Charges Dropped Against Glastonbury Man Who Warned Teller Of Gun

State prosecutors have dropped charges against Robert Gursky, 50 of Glastonbury, who on Sept. 12 was at the TD Bank Branch on Main Street in Glastonbury when he saw a man with a gun inside and fearing a robbery, tried to warn the teller with a note.

But that note caused the teller to panic, alert police and Gursky was instead arrested on breach of peace charges because he raised undue alarm. Those charges have been dropped.

Another customer inside did in fact have a gun, but that man was a state marshal and was in legal possession of the weapon.


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