Police have made a second arrest in connection with a residential burglary reported on Aug. 2.
Police spokeswoman Sgt. Lisa Cotto said a Bridgeport man is accused of having conspired with a woman arrested on Aug. 23 to burglarize a house at 69 Lexington Ave.
Tilib Robinson came to Police Headquarters Thursday when he was advised police had a warrant for his arrest. He was charged with third-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary, fourth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit fourth-degree larceny.
On Aug. 23, Norwalk resident Felicia Langley was arrested for allegedly participating in the burglary and received the same charges as Robinson.
Following the burglary, the residents of the home told investigators they believed they knew who the perpetrators were. At the time of Langley’s arrest, police said she was a former girlfriend of the homeowner. Police
said that the day after the burglary, the homeowner's wife got into an
argument with Langley over the phone, accusing her of committing the burglary.
As a result of the argument, Langley was also charged with second-degree threatening, second-degree harassment, and disorderly conduct.
Police said items taken were a Sony Playstation worth $400, a laptop worth $500, a watch worth $600, a white gold chain worth $450, and a wedding dress worth $1,200.
Robinson, 34, of 74 Locust St., was held on $25,000 bond and was to be arraigned in court Friday.
Langley, 33, of 53 Glasser St., was released after posting $25,000 bond. Her next court appearance is scheduled for Dec. 19.