Greenwich Woman Stole from Housekeeper After Fight: Cops | NBC Connecticut

Greenwich Woman Stole from Housekeeper After Fight: Cops

Police said she grabbed a golf club during a fight about broken property.



    A woman is accused of stealing cash from her housekeeper over broken property.

    A Greenwich woman is accused of grabbing a golf club during an argument with her housekeeper about broken property, then stealing cash from the woman’s purse.

    Police arrested Shari Gray Lampert’s after responding to her $7 million Old Round Hill Lane house just before 10 a.m. on June 29 to investigate a complaint of a fight.

    Lampert had had a “tumultuous argument” with her housekeeper about alleged damage done in her home while the housekeep was working there and demanded restitution, according to police.

    Lampert was accused of grabbing a golf club, brandishing it toward the housekeeper, then going to the victim’s car, taking her purse and removing all of her cash, police said.

    She was charged with fifth-degree larceny and disorderly conduct.

    Bond was set at $2,000. She is due in court on August 1.

    The charges are not listed on online court dockets and it is not clear if she is being represented by an attorney.