On May 1 a Los Angeles, CA man surrendered to Greenwich Police on an outstanding warrant for an incident back in March 2016.
Jeremy Rostislave O’Connell, now 27, allegedly removed several credit cards from the victim’s wallet and used them for personal purchases. Police say he assumed the identification of the victim and accumulated $2399 at the Apple Store, though the purchases did not go through due to security measures taken by the business.
O’Connell was charged with Criminal Attempt Larceny 3, Larceny 6, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny 6, Taking a Credit Card without Consent (3 counts) and 22 counts of <$500 on Revoked Payment Card (Illegal use of payment card with presumption of knowledge of revocation), Identity Theft 2 (7 counts), Conspiracy to Commit Identity theft 3 (2 counts) and Interfering with an Officer / Resisting Arrest.
He was able to post his $35,000 bond through a licensed bail bond agent. He was assigned a date in Stamford Superior Court on May 15.
Additionally, O’Connell was charged with Violation of Probation relating to a guilty verdict for Criminal Trespass 1 and Larceny 6 back in August 2015. Bond for this was set at $5,000 which O’Connell was able to post through a bail bond agent.