A 20-year-old Greenwich man is facing another series of charges lodged by Greenwich Police.
According to a police report, Robert Wolterstorff, of 54 N. Old Stone Bridge Rd., surrendered at police headquarters about 10:30 a.m. June 27, to officers who obtained an arrest warrant.
Wolterstorff was charged with credit card theft, illegal use of a credit card, sixth-degree larceny and obtaining goods illegally in connection with a May 14 incident reported by an Old Camp Lane resident. The report did not include details of the case. Wolterstorff was released after posting a $100,000 bond and scheduled to appear July 5 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
The charges are the latest in a series of arrests during the past two years.
According to the state of Connecticut Judicial Branch website, there are seven cases involving burglary, larceny and criminal trespass pending against him.
The pending cases include:
- Fourth-degree larceny stemming from a Dec. 14, 2011 incident.
- Third-degree larceny involving a July 25, 2011 incident.
- Resisting arrest, risk of injury to a minor, evading responsibility, unsafe movement and operating a motor vehicle under suspension, stemming from a Jan. 4, 2011 incident.
- Third-degree burglary, third-degree criminal trespass, third-degree larceny, sixth-degree larceny and criminal attempt at sixth-degree larceny for an April 17, 2013 incident.
- Third-degree burglary and second-degree larceny for an April 17, 2013 incident.
- Fifth-degree larceny, criminal trespass, loitering and third-degree burglary for a Jan. 10, 2012 incident.
- Sixth-degree larceny for a July 29, 2011 incident.
Wolterstorff has been scheduled to appear in court July 12 for a pre-trial conference on all of those charges, according to the Judicial Branch records.