Landlord picked up for going into tenant’s apartment

A Stamford landlord was charged in a warrant Wednesday with breaking into one of his tenants apartment’s 11 months ago, police said.
Pablo Eveno, 45, of 22 Cedar Circle, was charged with third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal trespass and sixth-degree larceny. He was held overnight in Stamford jail on a $1,000 court appearance bond.
Sgt. William Brevard said Eveno was picked up when police went to his address Wednesday afternoon and realized that a judge had signed a warrant for his arrest in November.
Police were called to his home at about 5:40 p.m. on a non-violent domestic call, police records show.
Brevard said that one of Eveno’s tenants called police on Sept. 13 and said she suspected that Eveno was going into her apartment unannounced. The woman, 24,  said that she set up a camera in the apartment and caught him on film going in and out of her residence 20 times, Brevard said.
Police investigated the claim and obtained enough probable cause to arrest him on the burglary charge. Brevard said he did not know what was taken from that apartment that resulted in the sixth-degree larceny charge and other reports on the investigation could not be located.