Larceny Charges for Greenwich Duo Who Conspired to Pawn Stolen Property

Michael J Verdon, 23, of 9 Armstrong Court, Apt #11 in Greenwich, and Eric Michael Schnaer, 39, of 70 Lewis St, Apt #2 in Greenwich were both arrested on Monday, Dec. 1 at 8:15pm.

According to Greenwich Police, Verdon stole gold coins and other collectible currency from a Greenwich resident on Oct. 20, 2014. Verdon had been employed briefly in the residence of the victim where he served as a handyman. He was arrested by warrant stemming from a larceny investigation and charged with Larceny in the 2nd degree. He was issued a court date of Dec. 8, 2014 in Stamford Superior Court. Unable to post $10,000 bond, he was placed into the GPD cell #3.

Verdon’s accomplice, Schnaer knowingly conspired with him and another co-conspirator to pawn the stolen property at pawn shops located in both Connecticut and New York. According to police, all stolen property was recovered.

Schnaer, also charged with Larceny in the 2nd degree, was able to post $10,000 bond and was released. He has a court date in Stamford on Dec. 8, 2014.

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Eric Michael Schnaer. Photo courtesy Greenwich Police


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