A Brooklyn, NY woman has been arrested on charges she withdrew $8,775 from a Greenwich resident last fall.
Tahneesha Shalay West, 27, who gave an address of 988 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, NY, was charged with third-degree larceny, criminal impersonation and second-degree identity theft, by Greenwich detectives who traveled to the Kings County Courthouse in Brooklyn on Jan. 26. According to a Greenwich Police report, West waived extradition.
West is accused of withdrawing the money from a Greenwich bank account of a Greenwich resident on Nov. 9, 2011. She was arrested "later that by by New York Police Department 52nd Precinct for a related crime and held in custody until extradition," according to the report.
West was held in lieu of $8,000 bond and scheduled to appear Feb. 3 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
A 15-year-old Greenwich High School student was arrested in connection with the Jan. 17 theft of an iPod at the school.
According to a Greenwich Police report, the suspect was caught by school security in possession of the stolen device. She admitted to stealing the device and "has taken items belonging to other students."
She was scheduled to appear Jan. 31 in the Juvenile Matters Division of state Superior Court in Stamford. The report did not indicate the specific charge she faces.
A 16-year-old Greenwich boy was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge stemming from a verbal and physical altercation with his mother on Jan. 22.
The teen is accused of trying to pull a phone from his mother's hands, pushing her onto a bed and would not get off of her, according to a police report. The mother had to bite her son to get him off of her, according to the report.
The teen was scheduled to appear Jan. 31 in the Juvenile Matters Division of state Superior Court in Stamford.