Newtown police arrested a Sandy Hook man on June 14 after learning the man had entered an open attached garage at a Brushy Hill Road residence, and then stole an unspecified item from within a vehicle....Read Full Article
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Police report that on the morning of August 9, they arrested Mark Manley, 47, of 265 South Main Street, charging him with second-degree burglary and sixth degree larceny in connection with an incident at King’s Restaurant at 263 South Main Street.
Police said they received a report from the restaurant on the morning of August 5 that someone had illegally entered that building overnight and had stolen some cash from within. After reviewing surveillance photography, police identified Manley as a suspect and later arrested him for allegedly having stolen a money bag containing $67 worth of change.
Manley posted $5,000 bail and is scheduled to appear on the charges on August 23 in state Superior Court in Danbury.