Police: Two arrested breaking into parked cars in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD — Police have arrested a 19-year-historical Bridgeport man and a juvenile charged with breaking into parked vehicles last week.

Police had been referred to as to excessive highway around 1:50 a.m. ultimate Tuesday after a homeowner saw three “hooded subjects” checking the door handles of cars, police spoke of in an announcement

Patrolling officers discovered two adult males on Meadowcraft street. When police searched Terrel Durant, the Bridgeport man, they discovered a wallet that belonged to a resident of that road.

“Officers spoke with the victim on Meadowcroft road who demonstrated the pockets changed into taken from his automobile which became parked within the driveway,” police pointed out.

Durant changed into charged with third-diploma burglary, third-diploma crminal trespass and sixth-diploma larceny.

He changed into launched on promise to appear and is due to appear in court docket Jan. 28.

Police have not identified the juvenile within the case. He was given a juvenile summons and a courtroom date of Dec. 9.

A search by way of a police K9 unit was unable to discover the third suspect described by means of the home owner, based on police.

Police reminded residents to lock their vehicles and remove any valuables, together with their automobile keys.

“additionally, we credit the property owner on excessive highway for his observations and quick wit to name police when he noticed the suspicious pastime,” police said.