FAIRFIELD, Conn. – Fairfield police charged a Bridgeport man in connection with a July car break in where he took and used credit cards.
Police charged Robert Ford, 39, with credit card theft and two counts of illegal use of a credit card, while at court on Oct. 18.
According to the original police report, an unlocked car on the street in front of a Cambridge Street house was entered over night and had the wallet taken on July 30. It was later found in the mailbox of the house, but two credit cards and the driver's license had been taken.
That day, the cards were used three times, and police were able to get surveillance video of the suspect they later identified as Ford.
Ford was given a $10,000 bond while in court for a different incident. The outcome of that court appearance is unknown.