Greenwich Felon Moves from Jail to Prison

Robert “Bobby” Munro Wolterstorff, 21, of 54 North Old Stone Bridge Rd in Greenwich has been sent to state prison after pleading guilty in court to multiple charges. Wolterstorff, who did not make bond, remained detained throughout court proceedings. Once he was sentenced on March 10, 2014, he moved from jail to prison.

According to the Connecticut Judicial Branch’s website, Wolterstorff’s troubles stem back to 2011 when he was 18:

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Robert Wolterstorff photo from Greenwich High School Compass yearbook, 2011.

Charged with Burglary 3rd Degree (Class D Felony) committed on Jan 10, 2012 Wolterstorff pleaded guilty, sentenced to one year.

Charged with Larceny 2nd Degree (Class C Felony) committed on May 19, 2012, Wolterstorff pleaded guilty and was sentenced to one year.

Charged with Larceny 3rd Degree (Class D Felony) committed July 25, 2011, Wolterstorff pleaded Nolo Contendere  and was found guilty and sentenced to one year.

Charged with Larceny 6th Degree (Class C Misdemeanor) committed July 29, 2011, Wolterstorff pleaded guilty, sentenced to 90 days.

Charged with Burglary 3rd Degree (Class D Felony) committed on April 17, 2013, Wolterstorff pleaded Nolo Contendere and was found guilty, sentenced to one year.

Charged with Credit Card Theft (Class A Misdemeanor) committed on May 4, 2013, Wolterstorff pleaded guilty, sentenced to one year.

Charged with Burglary 2nd Degree (Class C Felony) committed Jan 16, 2013, Wolterstorff pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 9 Years Jail, Execution Suspended After 3 Years, Probation 3 Years.

 

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