Norwalk Man Charged With Stealing Restaurant's Cash Register

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Tobachia Williams of Norwalk was charged with stealing the cash register from a Subway restaurant. Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Norwalk Police Department

NORWALK, Conn. – A Norwalk man was charged with breaking into a Subway restaurant and making off with the cash register two days before Christmas.

Tobachia Williams, 33, was charged with third-degree burglary, sixth-degree larceny and second-degree criminal mischief. He was held on $3,000 bond and will appear in court Jan. 16.

Officers discovered the burglary of the North Main Street restaurant Dec. 23 while on patrol. The front window and door had been smashed with a brick that was lying nearby, according to police reports. The cash register was missing and was later found on Madison Street, although the $150 in cash it contained was missing.

After an investigation, a warrant was issued for Williams’s arrest, and he was taken into custody Tuesday.

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Pony Tail Steve:

Tobachia Williams is a mans name?

Pony Tail Steve:

Tobachia Williams is a mans name?

Broad River:

It's Navajo

Broad River:

C'mon it's a two week old crime,... Security Camera's? finger prints? eye witness? confidential informant? found handing out sandwich coupons? Just a little more and this would be a story!

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