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UPDATE: Group of Five Shoplifters Arrested in Orange

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Nov 292012
 

Strategic police work was credited for the arrests of a group of shoplifters Wednesday night in Orange.

According to the preliminary report, officers were called to the area of 125 Boston Post Road on a complaint of a shoplifting in progress at Target.

At around 9:03 p.m., Nov. 28, two adults and three juveniles reportedly were leaving the store with shopping carts filled with merchandise.

Nina Denby

Nina Denby, 32, of 209 Shelton Ave., New Haven was caught at their car in the parking lot.

Chanelle Kedazulu, 18, of 142 Wintergreen Ave., Hamden, was stopped as she exited the store along with one of the juveniles.

During the investigation, officers located shopping bags inside a car filled with $1,253.72 worth of merchandise that Target loss prevention employees identified as having been stolen from the store.

Kedazulu was charged with three counts of risk of injury to a minor, conspiracy to commit fourth-degree larceny and criminal attempt to commit fourth-degree larceny.

She was held on $1,000 bond for court this morning.

Denby was charged with three counts of risk of injury to a minor, conspiracy to commit fourth-degree larceny.

She was held on $2,500 bond for court this morning.

Chanelle Kedazulu

The three juveniles were charged with fourth-degree larceny and released to the custody of adults for court Dec. 7.

We will publish other details on this case after the report is completed.

UPDATE: Asst. Police Chief Tony Cuozzo forwarded these mug shots of the two women along with the following information a few hours after Orange Live published the original story at 12:22 p.m.

The three juveniles were 9, 14 and 15 years old.

The official report stated the following:

Upon arrival, officers located Nina Denby and three juveniles in a parked car with stolen merchandise.  Chanelle Kedazulu was apprehended leaving the store.

Recovered in the vehicle was merchandise valued at $1253.72.  Loss prevention related that the juveniles had committed the larceny in concert with the adults.

Both Denby and Kedazulu received a court date of Dec. 13 in Derby Superior Court.


West Haven Man Arrested For Attempted Burglary in Orange

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Jul 302012
 

On Saturday July 28 at about 1:29 pm officers responded to a reported attempted burglary.

A resident of Fairway Road reported someone rang their door bell and when they did not respond the person began trying to open doors at the house.

A short time later the resident observed a white male run to a nearby waiting red motor vehicle. A description was broadcast to patrols.

A resident of Rainbow Trail then notified police that they observed a red vehicle traveling slowly through that neighborhood. Officers located and stopped a vehicle matching that description and detained the three occupants.

One of the males was identified as the suspect in the attempted burglary.

Police said, Jason McCready 28, of 690 Jones Hill Road, Apt. 9 West Haven was charged with third-degree attempted burglary.

He was held on $100,000.00 bond for court today.

The driver, Louis Ciliberti 23, of 90 Boylston St., Milford, was charged with driving with a suspended license.

He was released.

Of the incident, Asst. Police Chief Edward Koether said, “Through the diligence of the officers as well as the residents who took the time to notice activity and report it to police the incident came to a successful conclusion.”