Fugitive from Justice Extradited from Bronx to Greenwich

On Wednesday investigators from the Greenwich Police Department responded to the Bronx Hall of Justice to take into custody and extradite Rachel Anyanwu, 28, of 1815 Nostrand Ave in Brooklyn.

According to Greenwich Police, through a police encounter with the NYPD which did not result in any local charges, Anyanwu was positively identified, and based upon Greenwich Police Department’s extraditable felony warrant, she was arrested and charged as a Fugitive from Justice.

The extraditable felony Arrest Warrant was for Forgery 1st Degree, False Statement 2nd Degree, and Larceny 6th Degree for an incident dating back to March 25 on East Putnam Avenue in Greenwich.

At approximately 1030 hours the investigative officers arrived at the Bronx Hall of Justice in order to extradite Anyanwu.  Anyanwu was then turned over to the investigative officers by the N.Y.S. Court Officers and transported to Greenwich Police headquarters where she was charged with Forgery 1st Degree, False Statement 2nd Degree, and Larceny 6th Degree.

Anyanwu was assigned a court date of August 24, 2016. She was advised that she was to appear at the Stamford Superior Court House located at #1234 Hoyt Street at 1000 hours.

Detective Sergeant Corticelli set Anyanwu’s bond at $10,000. She was unable to post her set bond and was subsequently placed into GPD Cell Block #9.