Police last week arrested a 64-year-old Stamford man by warrant and charged him with violation of conditions of release.
At about 7:26 p.m. on May 4, officers served an active arrest warrant at the man’s home, according to a police report. It had been issued by the Department of Probation.
According to Connecticut Judicial Branch records, the man has an extensive criminal record:
- In October 2014, he pleaded guilty to impersonation of a police officer, a felony offense, following his arrest in June 2014 by New Canaan Police, as well as operating a motor vehicle while under suspension;
- In August 2007, he was sentenced to 90 days in jail for committing sixth-degree larceny the prior November, with Darien Police making that original arrest; he also was sentence d to one year in jail for first-degree reckless endangerment (the original offense date was September 2006) and he additionally was sentenced to 90 days in jail for a sixth-degree larceny charge in May 2006 out of the Stamford Police Department.
Under state law, the court as a result of the new violation may continue the man’s sentence, expand the conditions of probation, extend the period of probation or require him to serve a sentence.
Police took him into custody with assistance from the Stamford Police Department. He was released on $20,000 bond and scheduled to appear May 18, 2017 in state Superior Court in Norwalk.