Naugatuck Man Accused of Burglarizing Glastonbury Home

By Scott Roberts
|  Wednesday, Apr 9, 2014  |  Updated 8:22 PM EDT
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Naugatuck Man Accused of Burglarizing Glastonbury Home

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Police have arrested a Naugatuck man accused of breaking into and trying to burglarize a home in Glastonbury.

William Ross, 29, of Andrews Avenue in Naugatuck, reportedly broke into a home on Redwood Lane Tuesday afternoon. Glastonbury police say the homeowner returned to see a man inside her house from the driveway.

According to police, Ross left in a black Dodge car. The homeowner reported the car’s registration, which was later used to identify Ross.

Ross is currently on probation for six other burglaries, and now faces third-degree burglary and attempted larceny charges. He was unable to post bond, and appeared in Manchester Superior Court on Wednesday.

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