FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield police arrested a Bridgeport man while at court in connection with two commercial burglaries and a robbery of a gas station in August.
On Aug. 26, Mancuso's Restaurant on Kings Highway East was broken into after closing and had $200 in cash, two bottles of whiskey and a laptop taken. Surveillance video saw a white male in his 20’s in the restaurant.
Earlier that month, the Maureen O’Hara Salon, had a similar break in after closing. Witnesses said they saw a man who had been in the parking lot who matched the video surveillance from Mancuso’s.
On Aug. 27, a man matching those descriptions entered the Mobile Gas Station on Stratfield Road, said he was armed and robbed the station. No information about what or how much was taken was available.
After the investigation, police charged Andrew Remick, 23 of Bridgeport, in two separate incidents while at court on Oct. 18.
For the two commercial burglaries, Remick was issued a $5,000 bond and charged with two counts of burglary in the third degree, larceny in the fourth degree and larceny in the fifth degree.
For the robbery Remick was issued a $100,000 bond and charged with larceny in the fifth degree and robbery in the first degree.
He was held at court for those hearings, no information is available about the outcome.