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Cops: Man Caught on Film at 1 Crime Scene in Stolen Car from Another

Police said a Stamford man was caught on film allegedly breaking into a vehicle... after arriving at the scene in a car stolen from another location earlier in the evening.

Stamford Police Sgt. Peter DiSpagna announced Friday a 20-year-old Strawberry Hill Ct. man had been charged with two car break-ins and a car theft dating back to the end of July 2012 thanks to some interesting video tape discovered during the investigation.

According to DiSpagna, Stamford police discovered a car had been broken into and another vehicle stolen from a lot on Glenbrook Rd. in Stamford. There was a second crime scene on Courtland Ave. at another parking lot and it was at this scene police discovered a functioning security camera in the area.

Mitchell Anthony Lebron was charged when DiSpagna said the security footage allegedly showed Lebron showing up to the scene of the second crime in the vehicle stolen from the first incident.

Allegedly, the security tape shows Lebron pulling up to the Courtland Ave. parking lot in the 2004 Volvo S60 stolen off Glenbrook Rd. DiSpagna said Lebron admitted to abandoning the vehicle in New York and gave a location where the NYPD would later recover it.

Lebron was charged with third-degree burglary, fifth-degree larceny and two counts third-degree larceny. Lebron was issued a Dec. 13, 2012, court date and released on a Promise To Appear as he had been appearing in court willingly on a different docket for some time.

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Other Arrests

Jackie Graves, 46, of W. Main St., charged Thursday afternoon with sixth-degree larceny.

Phillip Avery Humphry, 29, of Atlantic St., charged early Friday with interfering with an officer/resisting.

Luc Rivard, 55, of Ch Hamel in Sherbrooke, PQ, charged Thursday afternoon with failure to comply with TFC Comm regulations.

Ricky Tyrone Smith, 46, of Vernon Pl., charged Thursday evening with risk of injury to a child and disorderly conduct.

Ibrahim Sy, 22, of George St., charged Thursday afternoon with interfering with an officer/resisting, illegal operation of a motor vehicle under suspension and improper stopping/turn signal lamp.

Ramon Emilio Taveras, Jr., 32, of E. Main St., charged Thursday evening with violation of a protective order and first-degree criminal trespass.

Jose I. Velazquez, 49, of Vinci Dr. in Greenwich, charged Thursday afternoon with illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under suspension.

Shaquille Leon Waldron-Gray, 19, of Washington Blvd., charged Thursday morning with third-degree assault.

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