West Hartford Man Arrested for Alleged Workplace Violation

South Windsor police made the arrest, as the West Hartford resident owns a business in South Windsor.

Credit: South Windsor Police
Credit: South Windsor Police

On Friday, April 4, South Windsor Police arrested Ernest Albert, 76, of 116 Caya Ave., West Hartford, on an arrest warrant.

The arrest warrant was prepared by the Connecticut Department of Labor and served by South Windsor Police as Albert’s business is in South Windsor, according to police.

The Labor Department warrant alleges workplace violations. Albert was charged with 21 counts of a weekly payment of wages labor department violation.

He was released on a $5,000 non-surety bond and is scheduled to appear at Manchester Superior Court on April 17.
Kate R April 09, 2014 at 07:26 AM
you guys aren't paid a lot, I know, but there are a bunch of questions here unanswered. Here, let me google-help with at least one: what are they accusing him of actually doing? http://articles.courant.com/2014-04-08/community/hc-south-windsor-labor-violations-0409-20140408_1_labor-dept-state-department-labor-law-violations
Gerson Goldstein April 09, 2014 at 02:13 PM
Why are these Patch articles so poorly written and edited. Do you guys read anything you actually write. This literally sounded like a man was arrested for owning a business in a town other then the one he lives in. Which to my knowledge is the majority of business owners. What workplace violations are you talking about?. This article says nothing.


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