Fairfield Inn Employee Charged in Connection With Recent Robbery

The following information was provided by the Milford Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not indicate conviction.

Jessica Kollett. Photo Credit: Milford Police Department.
Jessica Kollett. Photo Credit: Milford Police Department.

Milford police on Tuesday arrested an Uxbridge woman and employee of the Fairfield Inn, alleging that she was connected to a robbery that took place at the hotel over the weekend. 

The incident occurred on Saturday, April 26, when Milford police detectives received a report from a front desk clerk at the hotel that a masked man had a knife and demanded money from the register. Police subsequently arrested Tyler Bingham, 22, of Milford, charging him with alleged armed and masked robbery and conspiracy. 

Jessica Kollett, 21, of Uxbridge is the employee of the hotel believed to have been the victim of the robbery. After investigating the incident, however, Milford detectives learned that Kollett was allegedly directly involved in the robbery and is the girlfriend of Bingham. 

Kollett reportedly confessed to Milford police that she had spoken to Bingham prior to the robbery and that she knew it was in fact Bingham who was masked as the robbery occurred. 

Police charged Kollett with conspiracy to commit armed robbery, armed robbery and intimidation of a witness (filing a false police report). 

MrMilford May 01, 2014 at 11:09 AM
On a positive note, there is most likely a new job opening at the hotel, in case someone honest needs a job.
mAggressor May 01, 2014 at 11:38 AM
"slanderous and vicious personal attacks" -- Ray, you shouldn't use words you don't understand.
Disciple May 21, 2014 at 10:36 AM
As the economy tilts more and more in favor of the rich, you can expect a rise in crime since that'll be the only way people can prosper. Working hard doesn't get you much any more. The 40 year project to gut the middle class in this country is almost complete.
mAggressor May 21, 2014 at 02:33 PM
"Disciple" believes crime is "the only way people can prosper" and working hard "doesn't get you much any more." LOL!!! Behold the diseased leftist mind! Behold the triumph of propaganda over reality! Funny, Disciple's Messiah has been Prezdint for over 5 years, yet all Disciple can do is curl up in a ball, suck his thumb, and cry out "We're doomed! We're doomed I tell ya!" Careful, Disciple, you might have to call yourself a racist (TM)! And let's be honest, Disciple: any one can prosper if they are willing to work hard. But you're not, so you can't. Should we call this post your confession? Which unsolved crimes have YOU committed?
Disciple May 21, 2014 at 03:58 PM
Aggressor, Obama isn't my messiah. The minute he hired Larry Summers and other Clintonites I knew we were screwed. Far from fixing all the problems in the economy, Obama has sought to soothe the banker's fee fees. To counter your ridiculous narrative about me, I am not poor. In fact, most measures put me in the upper middle class. Regarding my original post, I see lots of kids drowning in college debt and their starting salaries are no more than I earned 25 years ago when I got out of college. Their choice is to be a debt slave or to skip education and take a low-wage job. Neither choice yields a good middle-class life. Unless their parents have tons of money, the next generation has almost no chance to have the American Dream. That's un-American. There are lots of policies that are killing the middle class but I don't see anything happening on that front until something major happens. That something may be the next major recession which is headed our way in 2015 or 2016. It's going to be 1929 all over again. Let's hope we make the same good choices and not the ones Spain, Italy and Germany made.


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