Trumbull man arrested for 2012 Board of Education larceny

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A Trumbull man was arrested Thursday after he turned himself in on theft charges stemming from a 2012 workplace argument. Rudolf Cadovius, 51, is facing charges for third degree larceny and first-degree criminal trespass.

According to police reports, in July 2012, Cadovius had a dispute with a contractor that resulted in him trespassing at Board of Education building on Greenwich Avenue and stealing several thousand dollars of items.

Bond was set at $2,500, which Cadovius was able to post, and the suspect was released with a scheduled appearance for April 4 at state Superior Court in Stamford. 

Categories: Greenwich Avenue, police
Justin Pottle

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