UPDATE: Two Juveniles, One Adult Arrested after Witness Reports Burglary in Chickahominy

Renolson Ezekiel Dume courtesy Greenwich Police Dec 12, 2016

Renolson Ezekiel Dume courtesy Greenwich Police Dec 12, 2016

Update 12:30pm, Dec. 12, 2016. According to Greenwich Police Lt.Gray, officers assigned to the Marine Division were moving from one location to the next when they were flagged down by two citizens who related that they had just observed a group of youths crawl through a rear window at a residence on Hamilton Ave on Friday, Dec 9 around 2:15pm.

Officers were able to get a description of the persons and located them very close to the scene. As the police approached the trio, they scurried away, but were located shortly after, around the corner on Booth Place.

At the time of the burglary, the residence was occupied by family members who were unaware that someone had broken in the window that led to another family member’s room. That family member was not home at the time.

According to Lt. Gray the trio stole miscellaneous vaping paraphernalia, which was located on Mr. Dume.

Original Story: 11:00am, Dec. 12, 2016: Renolson Ezekiel Dume, 19, of 78 Oak Ridge Street Dume, 19, of 78 Oak Ridge Street was arrested on Friday afternoon for an incident near the intersection of Hamilton Avenue and Booth Place in Chickahominy.

Around school dismissal time, multiple Greenwich Police units responded to 302 Hamilton Ave on a report of a possible Burglary in progress.

On Booth Police, police detained three male individuals were spotted matching a description provided by a resident who had witnessed the incident.   Of the trio, only Mr. Dume was of age. The other two were juveniles. Dume, who was found in possession of proceeds from the burglary.

Dume and the two juveniles were positively identified by the witness and charged with Criminal Attempt Burglary 2nd degree, Burglary 2, Larceny 6, and Criminal Attempt Larceny 6.

Mr. Dume’s bond was set at $50,000, which he was unable to post.

He has a court date on Dec. 23, 2016 in Stamford Superior Court.

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