A second suspect—a Greenwich woman—has been arrested in connection with the theft of more than $60,000 from a relative.
According to a Greenwich Police report, Gail Downing Citron, 51, of 24 Hollow Wood Ln., was arrested Sept. 20. Greenwich investigators had obtained an arrest warrant April 9 charging Citron with first-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit first-degree larceny.
Citron is charged with stealing "more than $60,000 from a family member," according to the report.
This is this is the second arrest in the theft whi was arrested on the same charges on April 11.
At the time, police spokesman Lt. Kraig Gray said the theft involved the misappropriation of funds from a family trusts through the writing of checks.
Robert Citron pleaded guilty to a fourth-degree larceny charge July 30 and was received a suspended one-year jail sentence, and two years probation, according to records on the Connecticut Judicial Department's website.
Gail Citron was held in lieu of $100,000 bond and scheduled to appear Sept. 28 in state Superior Court in Stamford.