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Wilton Woman Charged With Stealing Jewelry

WILTON, Conn. – A 20-year-old Wilton woman is facing a felony larceny charge in connection to a reported jewelry theft, police said.

Sarah Zech of Ridgefield Road is accused of stealing $3,000 to $4,000 worth of jewelry from a Wilton home, police said. The theft was reported in January, court records show.

Zech was arrested last Wednesday on a warrant charging her with third-degree larceny. She was held on $5,000 bond and arraigned at Norwalk Superior Court later that day.

Also from the police blotter:

? Police said they were searching for a woman who used a fraudulent credit card Friday afternoon to purchase $158 worth of fireworks from CVS, 93 Old Ridgefield Road. After completing the purchase, she tried using the credit card to buy a gift card for $300, police said.

When the cashier realized the credit card was counterfeit, the suspect left the store, police said. She was described as a black woman in her mid-20s with long curly hair, about 5-foot, 2-inches tall, with a tattoo of black musical notes on the right side of her face from temple to cheek, police said. She was seen wearing a beige-colored parka with fur around the hood, police said. The suspect used a California license with the name “Latoya,” police said. 

Anyone with information about the suspect should call Officer Anna Tornello at 203-834-6260

? A 20-year-old Bridgeport man was arrested Friday morning after police said he purchased a $500 gift card at Stop & Shop, located at 5 River Road, using a stolen credit card, police said. Ivie Hoymoune was charged with illegal use of a credit card and fifth-degree larceny, both misdemeanors. He was released on a promise to appear at Norwalk Superior Court on June 3.

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