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Manchester man arrested in home invasion plot
MANCHESTER - An elderly woman was targeted for a home invasion which was thwarted by police after the accused told an undercover detective of his plans.
Brandon Corriveau, 26, of 48 Henriette St., Apt. 201, was arrested Monday night and charged with conspiracy to commit robbery.
Detectives on Monday were tipped to the home invasion, planned for later that night. About 9 p.m., Corriveau went to the 7-Eleven on Main Street where he revealed his plot to an undercover police detective, according to police.
Corriveau's allegedly planned to tie up the elderly woman with a cord or duct tape, knock her down if she resisted and threaten her with a gun.
He told the detective he had been watching the elderly woman for an extended period of time and knew she lived alone, police said.
Corriveau was arrested immediately after he allegedly revealed details of the robbery.
He maintained his innocence at his arraignment Tuesday in 9th Circuit Court, Manchester District, where bail was set at $20,000 cash/surety.
What's next:He is to return to court on July 11 for a probable cause hearing.
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