Darien Resident Arrested By Stamford PD, Charged With Embezzlement

The Stamford police blotter for Feb. 20-Feb. 21. All information is supplied by the Stamford Police Department and does not include convictions.

Michael Gaglio, 39, of 2743 Post Road in Darien was arrested at 1:13 p.m. by the Stamford Police Department and charged with third degree larceny and attempt to commit third degree larceny.

According to Gaglio's arrest warrant, he attempted to embezzle money from his employer, Internation Fiduciary Inc, who are located in Stamford.

"The owner was out of the country at the time," Gaglio's court documents state. They go on to state that Gaglio's duties at IFI included paying bills for the company, and that he was a model employee from Sept. 2011 to Dec. 2011, when he began acting "suspiciously."

Gaglio opened an account at owner's request for a client, but fraudlent transactions began on Dec. 12 and ended on Dec. 16. "They were all ATM withdrawls except for four small dollar amount debit purchases. The fraud loss on this account is the full $5,000.00.

The alleged fraud was reported by another IFI employee, and a warrant for Gaglio's arrest was issued on Feb. 2. He has since posted bond from his Monday arrest.

Delvan Moore, 31, 60 Lawn Ave., Stamford, was arrested Monday and charged with 2nd degree assault, disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, and interfering with an emergency call.

Norman C. Peters, 31, 72 Spruce Street, Stamford, was arrested Monday for failure to appear.

Pedro Zapata, 72 Myrtle Ave., Stamford, was arrested Tuesday and charged with second degree threatening.


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