SOUTHINGTON – Hacia Windsor man was arrested Wednesday and charged with stealing some sort of $3, 000 lawn mower the actual Southington business in 2017.
Anthony Tyson, fityfive, faces charges of third-degree larceny, possession of burglary tools and third-degree criminal mischief. He was released having a promise to appear following his arraignment Wednesday in Bristol Superior Bulle.
According to the arrest require, a police officer patrolling the town upon April 28, 2017, around 5: 56 a. m., noticed all appeared to be a burglary at Sno-White Power Equipment, located at 154 Town Line Road. A gateway securing the area in the rear while using the business was open, which criminal noted seemed odd because of the products or services the business sells. The chain sealing the gate had been cut, law enforcement officials said in the warrant.
Upon contacting someone from the smaller business, police were able to look at video security camera footage, which showed a expect, holding a set of bolt cutters, place his way into the rear within the business. He then loaded a zilch turn lawn mower, valued in $3, 084, into a pickup truck prior to when leaving.
Less than a months after the theft, police developed Tyson as a suspect, as he had been charged in Farmington and accused akin to stealing a lawn mower recently there.
Detectives visited the home, where he confessed to the Southington theft, saying “You got my routine, I took the mower, ” according to the warrant.
The warrant for Tyson’s arrest was signed by a ascertain in June 2017. Court reps at his arraignment Wednesday menti one d it’s not entirely clear what ingested so long for Tyson to be paying.
Justin Muszynski is available at 860-973-1809 or jmuszynski@bristolpress. junto de.