Trumbull Cops: Woman Stole, Forged Checks

Recent arrests by Trumbull Police

The following arrest information was supplied by the Trumbull Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

Forgery Charged

A Waterbury woman is accused taking part of about $8,300 by forging and cashing checks.

Delsy Quinones, 24, of Linden Street, is charged with third-degree larceny and second-degree forgery. Police said she used her real identification card to cash the checks.

She turned herself in at Trumbull Police Headquarters.

Her bond was set at $20,000.

Shrimp Larceny at Target

Nitza I. Morales, 41, of Bell Street, Bridgeport, is charged with fifth-degree larceny.

Police said she filled a carriage with 62 items including shrimp, food and electronics and tried to walk out of the store in the Westfield Trumbull Mall without paying.

The items were valued at a total of about $975.

In a separate incident, Markel Tolbert, 23, of Elmwood Place, Bridgeport, is accused in a nearly three-year-old warrant of taking $2,000 from Macy's in the Trumbull Mall where he worked.

He is charged with third-degree larceny, after he was arrested in Bridgeport.

His bond was set at $2,500.


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Allegedly Intoxicated at the Mall

Raymond Baskett, 48, of Capitol Avenue, Bridgeport, is charged with first-degree criminal trespass and interfering with police.

Police said Baskett went to the mall where he failed to pay a cab driver and refused to cooperate with security guards. He was ultimately arrested but then taken to a nearby hospital after being uncooperative at the police station, police said.

Finally, Heather Ann Johnson, 43, of Burlington, is charted with two counts of criminal violation of a protective order and one count of second-degree harassment.

Police said he contacted her ex-husband and went to his Trumbull home despite being banned.

Her total bond was set at $30,000.

For questions about this blotter, email the Trumbull Patch Editor at aaron.leo@patch.com.


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