Police: Meriden woman lied about criminal convictions on pistol permit application

Police: Meriden woman lied about criminal convictions on pistol permit application

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Lisa Curet (Courtesy of the Meriden Police Department)

MERIDEN — A city woman was charged after police say she provided false information on a pistol permit application.

Lisa Curet, 43, of 60 Springdale Ave., was charged Wednesday with false statement. She posted $1,000 bond and is scheduled to be arraigned in Meriden Superior Court on Oct. 25.

In April, Curet applied for a pistol permit through the Meriden Police Department, Sgt. Darrin McKay said. On the application, Curet indicated she had never been arrested, but police found she had two prior convictions. One was for fourth-degree larceny and the other was related to domestic violence. Any conviction for a domestic violence related offense automatically prevents a resident from getting a pistol permit, McKay said.


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