Resident Faces Credit Card Theft Charge

Greenwich Police have arrested a suspect on charges he stole a credit card and illegally used it.


A Greenwich man already facing several charges lodged by Greenwich Police earlier this year, was arrested Dec. 27 on charges he stole a credit card and illegally used it.

According to a Greenwich Police report, Tyler A. Wilson, 22, of 176 Hamilton Ave., was arrested on fifth-degree larceny, credit card theft and illegal use of a credit card charges stemming from an Oct. 29, 2012 incident at the CVS pharmacy, 644 W. Putnam Ave.

Details of the reported card theft and its use were not provided in the report.

Fifth-degree larceny involves the theft of items valued between $250 and $500.

Wilson was held in lieu of $1,500 bond and was scheduled to appear Jan. 4 in state Superior Court in Stamford.

Wilson was arrested in August in connection with a car vandalism spree in the Chickahominy neighborhood where he lives. In that case, officers used a Taser gun to subdue Wilson who was reportedly resisting arrest. He also is accused of assaulting three officers in the incident. Wilson is due back in state Superior Court in Stamford on Jan. 28, 2013 for that case, according to the CT Judicial District website.


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