A 36-year-old Stamford plead guilty to risk of injury to a child following what police called the "untimely death" of a child in 2010, Lt. Diedrich Hohn announced Tuesday.
Abdul Dorris was charged in the July 22, 2010, death of 10-year-old Mikel Robinson at the 200-block Broad Street apartment Dorris shared with his girlfriend and child's mother, Monica Parker.
Police responding to a call of an unresponsive child in a bath tub arrived to find a scene that had been cleaned up, including a tub that had been drained. An autopsy returned inconclusive results.
According to the Lieutenant, Dorris received a sentence of 10 years, which would be suspended after three years served, and five years of probation for his role in Robinson's death.
Parker, 32, was also arrested and charged in the incident and received a suspended sentence, Hohn announced.
During the investigation, the couple had moved to Tennessee. Warrants were obtained and the couple had to be extradited back to Stamford. Hohn thanked the Bureau of Criminal Investigations unit and the State Attorney's Office for their work in obtaining what he called the "best possible outcome with the evidence presented to them."
Stamford Police responded to a Molotov cocktail thrown from a vehicle that turned out to be a dud, the Stamford Advocate reported Monday night.
Stanley Alexander, 23, of E. 85th St., in Brooklyn, NY, and James Fortune, 19, of E. 93rd St. in Brooklyn, NY, each were charged Monday afternoon with five-counts first-degree forgery, five counts sixth-degree larceny, one count conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny and one count attempt to commit sixth-degree larceny.
Michael David, 23, of Main St. in Stratford, was charged Monday morning with three counts second-degree identity theft, three counts credit card fraud, one count fourth-degree larceny, one count attempt to commit fourth-degree larceny, three counts credit card theft by transfer and one count illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under suspension.
Hakim A. Hines, 30, of Orlando Ave., was charged early Tuesday morning with failure to drive in the proper lane, illegal possession of a weapon in a motor vehicle and possession of marijuana under one gram.
Fabian Magennis, 30, of Commerce St. in Norwalk, was charged Monday morning with violation of probation.
Brenda Menendez, 30, of Fairfield Ave., was charged Monday afternoon with sixth-degree larceny.
Alexander Orisas, 39, of Victory St., was charged early Tuesday morning with disorderly conduct, fourth-degree criminal mischief and sixth-degree larceny.
Fabian Toledo, 29, of Cove Rd., was charged Tuesday morning with disorderly conduct.
Samson Maurice White, 40, of North Ave. in Bridgeport, was charged Monday night with third-degree assault on a pregnant woman, third-degree assault and second-degree breach of peace.