Man Facing Charges Related to South Windsor Burglary Accused of Crimes in Vernon

He was charged in Vernon on Wednesday.

The man accused of breaking to a South Windsor home and then hiding from authorities in the attic in October has been slapped with three sets of charges in Vernon, police said.

Andrew Swegman, 35, who lives at 17 Regan St., Apt. 2A, was charged by Vernon police at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, according to an arrest report.

The first set of crimes he is accused of includes:

• Third-degree burglary.
• Fourth-degree larceny.

Bond: $5,000.

The second set of charges includes:

• Third-degree burglary.
• Third-degree criminal mischief.
• Third-degree larceny.
• Narcotics possession.

Bond: $5,000.

The third set includes:

• Third-degree burglary.
• Conspiracy to spend less than $500 with a revoked credit card.
• Third-degree criminal mischief.
• Second-degree false statement.
• Third-degree identity theft.
• Sixth-degree larceny.
• Narcotics possession.

Swegman has several outstanding dates to appear in court. During the South Windsor arrest, Swegman was tracked down by the Vernon police dog Pido, police said.

Police said the new charges are related to incidents on Grand Avenue, Ertel Drive and Windsorville Road in Vernon.

me January 31, 2013 at 05:59 PM
must be another "hard time but great father" type situation as I believed it was described as when he was found hiding in someone's attic back in Oct.


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