NORWALK, Conn. – A 34-year-old Bridgeport man, who police accused of conspiring with a Norwalk woman to burglarize the Lexington Avenue home of a couple they know, was arrested Thursday in connection with the crime.
Talib Robinson, and 33-year-old Felicia Langley, were charged with fourth-degree larceny, conspiracy and third-degree burglary, all misdemeanors, in connection with the August burglary, which yielded several items worth a total of more than $3,100, according to Norwalk Police Sgt. Lisa Cotto.
The theft occurred in early August, following an argument between Langley, a former girlfriend of the owner of the Lexington Avenue home, and the owner’s wife, police said. The victims reported the burglary and told police they believed they knew who did it.
Langley was arrested in late August, but police obtained a warrant for Robinson’s arrest. Police said the pair are accused of stealing a Sony Playstation, a laptop computer, a watch, a white gold necklace and a wedding dress.
Langley is scheduled to appear in Norwalk Superior Court on Dec. 19, while Robinson was held in lieu of a $25,000 bond and was scheduled to be arraigned in court Friday.
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