A man, who Greenwich Police say was seen in a home surveillance video burglarizing a mid-country home, surrendered to police who obtained an arrest warrant charging him with burglary-related charges.
According to a Greenwich Police report, Eric M. Burns, 19, of 28 Broad Brook Ln., Stamford, surrendered Dec. 3 to Greenwich Police. Police charged him with third-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary and third-degree larceny in connection with the Oct. 1 burglary of a Doubling Road home.
The report didn't indicate what was stolen or whether the items were recovered.
Burns was released after posting a $100 bond and was scheduled to appear Dec. 10 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
A 16-year-old boy faces burglary and larceny charges stemming from the burglary of car parked in a municipal lot on Arch Street.
According to a Greenwich Police report released Dec. 4, the teen was charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief and sixth-degree larceny by officers investigating a car break-in on Nov. 20. The boy was detained by officers and found to be in possession of property taken from the vehicle, according to the report. Police charged the teen on Nov. 30.
The teen was released on a promise to appear to appear Dec. 11 in the Juvenile Matters division of state Superior Court in Stamford.