A Bridgeport man and 16-year-old are facing charges after reportedly stealing two iPods, an Xbox and a pair of sneakers from a home on Durango Place, police said.
The victim called police Monday night with a tip about the location of an iPod that had been stolen from her home. GPS tracking software showed the iPod to be at a house on Park Street. The victim told police she knew the teenager who lived there and had been to the house, authorities said.
Police arrived to investigate and confronted 26-year-old Juan Feliciano, who told officers he had bought the iPod from a stranger on the street. Officers searched the home and found other stolen items, including a second iPod, an Xbox and a pair of sneakers, police said.
A 16-year-old at the home claimed the Xbox, but the victim told police all the items were stolen from her house, according to police.
Both Feliciano and the 16-year-old were issued summonses for fifth-degree larceny.