Youth Arrested For Stealing Jewelry From Greenwich Home

Greenwich Police reports for Jan. 14


A juvenile Greenwich resident was arrested and charged with second degree larceny on Monday, Jan. 14, for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from a Chestnut Street home in December.

Police said after the homeowner reported the missing jewelry, the 17 year old, who had been in the home as a guest, was identified as a suspect. Police applied for, and were granted, a warrant for the youth's arrest.

The warrant was served and the youth was issued a summons to appear in court on Jan. 29.


A 41 year old Greenwich man was arrested and charged with third degree assault and interfering with a 911 call following a domestic dispute that occurred on Monday, Jan. 14.

Police said they received a 911 hangup and responded to a residence on Shoal Point Lane.

On arrival officers learned that an argument between a man another individual had escalated into an altercation. No injuries were reported.

The male was held on a $1,000 bond and was scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 15.


Andrew J. Ulnits, 25, of 439 W. William Street, Port Chester, NY, was arrested via warrant and charged with two counts of failure to appear in court on Monday, Jan. 14.

Police said Ulnits turned himself in upon learning of the warrants, which stem from his arrest on felony drug charges in October 2010.

Ulnits was held on bond and scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 22.


Alberto Altamirano, 42, of 8 Weaver St. was arrested and charged with evading responsibility on Jan. 5 after he allegedly struck a parked vehicle on South Water Street with his car during the early evening hours.

Police said they responded to a report of a hit and run accident. On arrival officers spoke with witnesses and learned that the offending vehicle was parked in a driveway near where the parked vehicle had been struck.

Police reportedly located the operator, identified as Altamirano, who was subsequently arrested.

Altamirano was also charged with operating without a license and making unsafe movements. He reportedly posted a $250 bond and was scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 14.

About this column: Arrest information is supplied by the Greenwich Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

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