Landscaper Accused of Stealing Wine, Coins, TV from Client

Monday, Feb 17, 2014  |  Updated 1:58 PM EDT
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Landscaper Accused of Stealing Wine, Coins, TV from Client

Naugatuck Police

New Britain police arrested a Wallingford landscaper who is accused of stealing several bottles of wine and valuables from a client in Naugatuck.

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Naugatuck police arrested a Wallingford landscaper who is accused of stealing several bottles of wine and valuables from a client in Naugatuck.

Police said Mathieu Roussel, 29, of 72 Terrace Gardens in Wallingford, and another man were hired to do landscaping work at a Naugatuck home and are accused of stealing 50 bottles of wine, silver coins, cameras and a TV from the victim in June.

The incident happened on June 23, according to police, and Roussel has been charged with shoplifting, larceny and conspiracy.

He was released on a $500.00 court set cash bond and is due to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on Feb. 26.

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