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Here is why you should subscribe and support The Day. Published July Norwich — A fifth and final person has been arrested in connection with a January home invasion that occurred after a man sought sexual services via Backpage. Danielle L. Dubicki, 34, of Griswold was charged Tuesday with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, first-degree robbery, fifth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery for her alleged role in the crime. According to the affidavit, the victim on the evening of Jan.
The victim in October had met up with Walsh and given her money to get him drugs, but she left and never came back, the affidavit states. Because of that, Walsh and Dubicki decided Dubicki should go inside the apartment at 63 Washington St. From multiple interviews with those involved, Det. Harris, 47, had decided to rob the victim before sending Dubicki inside. Harris then drove away to pick up two more men, according to the affidavit.
He allegedly came back with men police later identified as Jamal Young, 30, and Jhamal Gallimore, When Young and Gallimore came to his door, he let them in because he thought they were the dealers.
The victim told officers that he went to the bathroom and returned to his kitchen to find Dubicki ducking out of the apartment and the two men facing away from him, the affidavit states. Masked, the pair approached and assaulted him, at one point striking him in the back of the head with a hard object, the victim told police. According to the affidavit, the victim while fighting back managed to pull the mask off one of the men.