Posts Tagged ‘ theft ’

Wallingford man charged with stealing scrap metal from Superior Products

October 16, 2014
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Wallingford man charged with stealing scrap metal from Superior Products

  A Wallingford man was arrested and charged with taking scrap metal from Superior Products this past summer. On Friday, Oct. 10, , 54, of Wallingford, was arrested on a warrant. According to police, the warrant alleges that Mangino was stealing scrap metal from the property of Superior Products, located at 1457 Meriden Waterbury Turnpike,…

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Milford man charged with copper wire theft

May 7, 2014
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A Milford man was arrested for the ongoing theft of copper wire and cable from Guitar Center. On Friday, May 2, Benjamin M. Fidanza, 27, surrendered to police after learning there was a warrant for his arrest. According to a release from the Southington Police Department, the arrest followed the investigations of a theft of…

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Two women charged with theft after using open house ruse

April 10, 2014
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Two women charged with theft after using open house ruse

Two women are under arrest after police said they used a ruse during an open house to steal jewelry from residences. According to the arrest warrants, Sharon Nigosanti, 44, of Deep River and Angela Ruitto, 27, of Old Saybrook, attended an open house in Southington on January 13, under the ruse that they were a…

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Man arrested for allegedly stealing hangun

August 5, 2013
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Man arrested for allegedly stealing hangun

A local man was arrested on charges that he stole a handgun from a parked car in the Stop & Shop Parking lot. On Sunday, August 4, police arrested Artur Kasinski, 21, of Southington, after he allegedly entered an unlocked vehicle that was parked in the parking lot. After stealing the handgun, he was seen…

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*UPDATE* Police recover stolen Because of 26 butterfly

July 3, 2013
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*UPDATE* Police recover stolen Because of 26 butterfly

By Ed Harris Editor A wooden butterfly stolen from the Because of 26 mural was turned over to the Southington Police Department. Police said the butterfly did not appear damaged. The butterfly was taken in as evidence and the police are still investigating the theft. Police spokesman Sgt. Jeff Dobratz said a woman had returned…

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