Norwalk Man Arrested at Stamford Court

Greenwich Police charge suspect wanted for burglary.


Greenwich Police have arrested a Norwalk man on a fugitive from justice charge stemming from a burglary case in Bedford, NY.

According to Greenwich Police report, they received information that Kevin C. Childs, 46, of 577 Belden Hill Rd., Norwalk, would be at the state Superior Court in Stamford with a friend who had an appointment with a probation officer on Aug. 29.

When Childs showed up, state court marshals told Childs there was a warrant for his arrest charging him as a fugitive from justice. That charge stems from Bedford Police obtaining an arrest warrant charging Childs with third-degree burglary, according to the report.

Greenwich took custody of Childs who was held in lieu of $250,000 bond, pending an extradition hearing.


Other Arrests

Anthony Garland Avery, 23, of Orchard St., was charged Thursday morning with three counts third-degree assault, three counts first-degree unlawful restraint, risk of injury to a child and disorderly conduct.

Efrosene Begetis, 38, Cold Spring Rd., was charged Friday morning with disorderly conduct.

Paul Leo Cacciotti, 30,of Sundance Rd., was charged Thursday evening with third-degree assault and risk of injury to a child.

Juan Francisco Figueroa, 25, of Washington Blvd., was charged Thursday night with third-degree assault and interfering with an emergency call. 

Rory A. Gordan, 52, was charged Thursday afternoon with second-degree breach of peace.

Andre Velastegui, 32, of Glenbrook Rd., was charged Thursday morning with evading responsibility after causing property damage or injury.

Andrew Wenzel, 40, of Shippan Ave., was cahrged Friday morning with disorderly conduct.


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