Man placed on temporary probation for grand larceny

NORWICH – After getting indicted on a four-count charge, a man stood before a Supreme Court Justice Friday and changed his plea to guilty.



Eric Maynard pleaded guilty to grand larceny in the fourth degree, a class E felony. The plea will cover the three other counts in the indictment.

The defendant, represented by attorney William Gabor, was placed on temporary probation for one year.


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