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A Hamden man has been arrested and charged with id theft and 14 counts of forgery.
Based on police, a Wilton resident reported in February their private figuring out info was used to open bank card accounts with House Depot, Ikea, and Lord & Taylor.
Based on police, the 36-year-old Hamden man bought the bank card from an unknown particular person. Police mentioned it is usually unknown how the sufferer’s id was stolen.
Police mentioned the playing cards have been used at shops in Connecticut and New Jersey, to make roughly $35,886 in fraudulent purchases.
Police made the arrest on Nov. 5. The accused was assessed a $50,000 bond and is due in courtroom on Dec. 5.
A Wilton man has been charged with working a motorcar whereas drunk and/or medicine after police discovered the automotive he had been driving was concerned in a crash.
Police responded to a report of a potential crash on Nov. 14 at about 6:29 p.m., to Skunk Lane.
Based on police, the 62-year-old man misplaced management of his 1998 Porsche Carrera, driving off the highway into an embankment the place the automotive was then caught.
Officers mentioned they detected the odor of alcohol and that the driving force couldn’t carry out discipline sobriety checks to straightforward. His blood alcohol ranges have been zero.1066 and zero.1031, above the authorized imit of zero.08.
The motive force was launched on a promise to look and given a courtroom date of Jan. 7, 2021 at Norwalk Superior Courtroom.