GPD Charge Woman with Attempted Identity Theft, Forgery for Providing Fictitious Covid Positive Antigen Test

Greenwich Police arrested a Stamford woman on April 11 after an investigation by the Narcotics Section.

Police say Demi Tylor Fecteau, 31, turned herself in on an active arrest warrant for Criminal Attempt Identity Theft and Criminal Attempt Forgery 3.

Demi Tylor Fecteau. Photo courtesy Greenwich Police. April 17, 2023

During the undercover investigation an officer requested a fictitious Covid positive antigen test using a fictional patient’s name.

Police say Ms Fecteau allegedly provided a text message photo of a positive Covid antigen test using the fictitious patient’s name using “The Doctors Office” letterhead which is Fecteau’s place of employment.

Fecteau was released from custody after posting her $25,000 court set bond. She has a date in Stamford Superior Court on April 25, 2023.

Separately, Fecteau was arrested by GPD the previous week for alleged Sale of Controlled Substance after Selling Pills to Greenwich Undercover Officer at her place of employment. In that instance, police said Fecteau was suspected of selling Tramadol 100mg pills to an undercover police officer on multiple occasions. Tramadol is a synthetic opioid and is a Scheduled VI Controlled Substance available only by prescription from a licensed medical professional.