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Norwich businessman Zane Megos pleaded guilty to six fourth-degree larceny charges in a plea deal today that allowed him to avoid prison time for incidents in which he took deposit money for apartments and houses that never became available. Megos,
Megos, 56, of 31 Dellwood Road, Norwich, had been offered a plea deal that would have reduced felony charges to misdemeanors and called for no prison time. Megos and his attorney, Kenneth Leary, appeared before Judge John Newson today and asked that
theday.com Published 12/18/2013 12:00 AM Updated 12/18/2013 01:03 PM A couple that worked at Great Neck Country Club in Waterford are accused of embezzling more than $40,000 from the private club. Tracy Lane-Emmons and Eric Emmons were arrested by
Chaoyu Wu, 32, of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Tan Guo Yu, 39, of Boston, were charged with fourth-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit fourth-degree larceny, cheating and conspiracy to commit cheating. The arrest stems from an investigation started June 12
Police said that Justyn Sheline, 26, who is currently incarcerated on unrelated charges, was arrested today in New London Superior Court and charged with two counts of third-degree burglary, two-counts of second-degree larceny and third-degree
Megos, who faces several larceny charges, some of them felonies, appeared before Judge Karen A. Goodrow in New London Superior Court today with his attorney, Kenneth Leary. Leary said Megos maintains that the incidents should be regarded as civil
Connecticut state police in March 2012 charged Ellis, 45, of New London and nine other area residents, including his daughter, Shauntay Ellis, with using counterfeit Discover credit cards to obtain cash advances, gift cards and merchandise from area
Nazzaro today ordered a study of the restitution amounts involved in several larceny charges against Norwich businessman Zane Megos for incidents in which Megos allegedly collected rent and deposit money for apartments that never became available.
B, was charged with 7 counts of third-degree burglary, four counts of third-degree larceny, fourth-degree larceny, two counts of third-degree criminal mischief and second-degree criminal mischief. Tyrone was already in police custody after a
Handy said to Kendzierski, 53, who was crying about his latest conviction. Kendzierski had been arrested in August, just five months after he completed a 5 1/2 year prison stint for burglarizing and torching an 18th century farmhouse in Stonington.