Police last week arrested a 32-year-old New Canaan woman by warrant on two counts of probation violation.
She had been charged in January 2016 with first-degree larceny, a felony offense, and third-degree burglary in connection with a residential burglary on Gerdes Road the prior month, records show.
The home showed no signs of forced entry, and jewelry and watches had been stolen from it, according to police.
In February 2018, Waterbury Police charged her with sixth-degree larceny, a misdemeanor offense to which she pleaded guilty and received probation.
In each case, paperless re-arrest warrants had been issued for the woman. At about 8:18 p.m. on April 16, officers traveled to the woman’s apartment at Canaan Parish to serve the warrants.
Records on file with the Connecticut Judicial Branch show that she’s been arrested numerous other times in area towns.
In May 2014, New Canaan Police arrested her on three counts of credit card theft, to which she pleaded guilty and received probation. In August 2014, New Canaan Police charged her with fourth-degree larceny, to which she pleaded guilty and received a suspected jail sentence and probation, as well as violation of probation for the previous charge. In January 2018, Brookfield Police charged her with sixth-degree larceny, to which she pleaded guilty, and in April 2018 Waterbury Police charged her with sixth-degree larceny.
She was released on $15,000 bond and scheduled to appear April 30 in state Superior Court in Norwalk.