already charged with stealing a television screen from a boat confessed to stealing more of them, so was charged with those threats on Thursday, police said.A Norwalk man
Norwalk police gave this account (an accusation not proven in court) of the matter:
Fabian Lugo, 21, of West Cedar Street, had been arrested Sept. 18 after fingerprint records connected him to prints Norwalk police
took as they investigated a burglary to a boat.
In that incident, a television set had been stolen from the boat, which had damage to a window, door latches and Fiberglas.
The television set, a Samsung Smart Range,
retails for $800 to $1,600. The boat repairs cost the owner about
$1,500, police were told.
In the previous incidents, both of which took place at the South Norwalk Boat Club, a flat-screen television was stolen from a boat on June 8. A locked door was broken into in that burglary.
On June 6, a sliding salon door on a boat was broken and a 32-inch, flat-screen TV was stolen. Norwalk police detectives Dominick Cisero and David Hudyma investigated the incidents.
Lugo was initially held on $30,000 in bonds in connection with the two most recently filed cases. He is scheduled to appear Oct. 11 in state Superior Court in Norwalk.