Suspect arrested after police chase

North Haven, Conn. (WTNH)  –  A man suspected of a robbery in East Haven was arrested in North Haven after leading police on a chase and committing a home invasion.

North Haven Police say 32 year old Rashonne Anderson of West Haven was spotted by North Haven Police shortly after 10 p.m. Thursday after East Haven Police had released a description of a suspect for a robbery in their town.  North Haven Police attempted to pull him over but he fled and crashed into a snow bank and then fled on foot.   Anderson then forced himself into a home on Laydon Avenue and demanded the homeowner give him keys to a vehicle.  The keys did not fit the vehicle so he fled from the home on foot and was captured a short time later.

North Haven Police have charged Anderson with home invasion, burglary 1st degree, reckless endangerment, interfering with police, criminal mischief 2nd degree, larceny 3rd degree, larceny 6th degree, criminal attempt to commit larceny 3rd degree, engaging police in pursuit and other motor vehicle charges.

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