WILTON, Conn. After working with Suffolk County Police in New York, the Wilton Police Department executed an arrest warrant for Christopher Tullon, in connection with a 2011 chimney sweep scam.
Tullon, 30, of Coram, N.Y., originally was arraigned June 24, 2011 for allegedly scamming of a 92-year-old Wilton man. When Tullon failed to arrive for his court date, a warrant for a felony failure to appear was issued by Wilton police.
The original charges were felony larceny, exploitation of the elderly, failing to obtain building permit and conducting home improvements without a certificate of registration, police said.
Suffolk police arrested Tullon and he was extradited to Connecticut for arraignment Feb. 29, where he failed to post a $10,000 bond.
Also on the Police Blotter:
- After a call from a concerned driver to police, 55 year-old Wilton man Brad Berman was charged with driving under the influence. According to Wilton Police Captain John Lynch, the concerned driver called 911 while driving through Norwalk. When Berman reportedly drove into Wilton, the call was transferred to Wilton Police. Lynch said the driver followed Berman all the way to his home where police found and determined Berman had been consuming alcohol and driving, police said. Berman is due in court March 12.
- A Kindle Fire, valued at $250 went missing at Middlebrook Middle School Monday, police reported.
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