Connecticut State Police have arrested a teen accused in a home invasion in Montville. walked into an apartment in Montville and robbed the resident at knifepoint Sunday.
Police said that on Jan. 14 the 17-year-old walked into the apartment at 52 Pequot Road around 9 p.m. through an unlocked door. The resident told police that he knew the suspect and that the suspect had been sending threatening text messages.
The suspect waved a knife around and demanded money from the victim. The victim handed over $15 and the suspect fled. No one was hurt.
According to police, the teen turned himself in to his probation officer after learning of a warrant for his arrest. He faces multiple charges including home invasion, burglary, threatening, assault, reckless endangerment and carrying a dangerous weapon.
The suspect was not identified due to his age.