Treatment part of plea deal in bank robbery | Crime and courts


Anthony P. Daglio, who robbed an Enfield bank in December then pleaded guilty and was sentenced in June to the five months he had already spent in custody, had to attend a treatment program as a condition of his probation, according to an audio recording of his sentencing.

The Journal Inquirer acquired a copy of the recording after some questioned why Daglio, 40, of 7 Donna St., was sentenced to five months in prison for the Dec. 22 robbery of the Chase Bank branch at 50 Hazard Ave., which he accomplished with a bomb threat.

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