Father, son sought in Manchester robbery
MANCHESTER — Police are looking for a father and son considered armed and dangerous in connection with a stabbing and robbery Thursday morning on Lowell Street.
Manchester police responded to 287 Lowell St. to investigate a report of an assault at about 10 a.m. Thursday. According to police, a male victim reported he was assaulted in his home by a known assailant, suffering a non-life threatening laceration to his head.
Manchester detectives are seeking Dominick Stanin, 47, and his son Dominick Stanin Jr., 19, for allegedly entering the victim’s home and stabbing and robbing him.
According to Manchester police Lt. Todd Boucher, the older Stanin was arrested in March 2012 in connection with two armed robberies in the city. At the time, police said he pointed a gun at a 7-Eleven clerk and told her to give him money. She gave him $120, and he then grabbed her by the neck and assaulted her. Police said an hour later he struck a clerk in the face with a gun at the Shell station on Hanover Street, causing minor injuries. He was also charged in connection with a March 15, 2012, robbery on Frederick Street.
U.S. Marshals arrested Stanin in Rochester, N.Y., in March 2013 in connection with an incident on Myrtle Street in Manchester. Police alleged he fired a large caliber handgun several times at a residence at 45 Myrtle St. No on was injured by the gunfire.
Stanin was arrested in June, charged with prowling and resisting arrest following an encounter with police on Concord Street.
Manchester police say both men have active arrests warrants and should be considered armed and dangerous. Stanin is wanted for first-degree assault, armed robbery and being a felon in possession of a weapon. Stanin Jr. is wanted for second-degree assault and armed robbery.
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact Manchester police at 668-8711.