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Southington police arrest man who thought he was meeting up with a teen

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SOUTHINGTON — Police arrested an adult who believed he was meeting a fourteen year old male via social media.

Southington Police said they got information Friday night that Keith Dubin, 31, of Southington contacted someone he believed to be a 14-year-old boy.  Police said Dubin requested photos of the youth and they agreed to meet up in Southington.

Police charged Dubin with criminal attempt to commit risk of injury to a minor and criminal attempt to possess child pornography.

They also said Dubin is listed on the Sexual Offender Registry. He was held pending a $100,000  bond and is scheduled to appear in Bristol Court on August 22.

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