A Waterbury man has been arrested and charged in a 2010 murder in Norwalk.
Authorities said that 30-year-old Ibo Boone was charged with murder in the death of Michael “Mizzy” Robinson, Jr., who was shot to death on Oct. 29, 2010 near South Main Street and Grove Street in Norwalk.
Police believe the shooting was related to street gang activity.
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Robinson was featured on cold case playing cards that are provided to inmates in the state Department of Correction system.
Boone was held on a $1 million bond and is scheduled for arraignment in Norwalk Superior Court on Wednesday.
“While a case may be considered ‘cold,’ it is never closed. I wish to thank all who worked so diligently on this investigation and to reaffirm our commitment to work to bring some sense of closure to families who have lost loved ones,” said Norwalk Police Chief Thomas Kulhawik in a release.