Four local individuals were arrested Saturday after several area residents reported that their cars had been broken into overnight.
On Saturday morning, the Glastonbury Police Department received numerous complaints that their cars had been entered sometime overnight and that numerous items had been stolen from the cars. The areas struck by the burglaries included Georgetown Drive, Uplands Way, Cider Mill Road, Applewood Lane and Cortland Lane, according to Sgt. Richard McKeon of the Glastonbury Police Department.
At 12:30 p.m. that day police stopped a vehicle occupied by four local individuals. Upon search of the vehicle, police found many of the items that were reported stolen, McKeon said.
Police arrested the following indivuals:
- Malcolm Holmes, 19, of 16-C Salem Court.
- Nicholas Moretti, 19, of 159 Lexington Road.
- Melina Traverso, 18, of 414 Great Swamp Road.
- Josef Jones-Otero, 20, of 19 Cobbs Mill Lane.
All four were charged with eight (8) counts each of third-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, sixth-degree larceny, and conspiracy to commit larceny.
They were each held in lieu of $25,000 bond, and were due to be arraigned Monday in Manchester Superior Court.