A 30-year-old Bridgeport man was arrested by warrant Tuesday in connection with the theft of $1,100 from a patient at a New Canaan treatment facility.
Authorities on March 28 received received a complaint about the larceny, according to a police report.
Members of the New Canaan Police Investigative section identified a suspect who was employed at the facility at the time of the theft, the report said.
Police secured a warrant for a charge of fourth-degree larceny, it said.
The man turned himself in on the charge at about 2 p.m. on June 5.
He was released after promising to appear Wednesday in state Superior Court in Norwalk.
Police said the man’s arrest is his fifth for this type of incident.
A search of Connecticut Judicial Branch records shows that he was charged by New Canaan Police with fifth-degree larceny in July 2017, first- and second-degree identity theft and two counts of third-degree larceny in August 2017—all felony-level offenses—and second-degree identity theft and fourth-degree larceny in September 2017.