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Danbury Police: Trespassing, Shoplifting, Evading

Danbury Police charged one with trespassing at the Holiday Inn, and shoplifting at Walmart.

Danbury Police officers were dispatched to the Holiday Inn Hotel, 80 Newtown Road, at 8 p.m. Sunday, on a complaint of a criminal trespass. Upon their arrival they located Ryan Stites, 30, New Fairfield. Stites had been previously involved in a disturbance and was escorted off the property. Stites was now refusing to leave and causing a commotion in the lobby. Stites was charged with third-degree criminal trespass and breach of peace. Stiles was given a misdemeanor summons for an appearance in Danbury Superior Court on Jan. 15.

Danbury Police officers were dispatched to Walmart, 67 Newtown Road, Danbury, at noon, Monday, regarding a larceny complaint. Upon arrival they located Richard Williams, 47, Danbury, being detained by Walmart security. Security stated they observed Williams and another unidentified male select several items totaling over $500 and then exit the store without paying for them. Williams was charged with fifth-degree larceny, and was held on a $5,000 bond. 

Danbury Police officers were dispatched to Walmart, 67 Newtown Road, at about 3:30 p.m. Monday to investigate a larceny. Upon their arrival they located Robinson Castro, 21, Danbury, and Adonis Castro, 18 Danbury, being detained by Walmart security. Security observed them remove items from the shelves and cut open the packages with a knife and concealed the items. They then left the store without paying for the items. Both were charged with sixth-degree larceny, and were given a written promise to appear in Danbury Superior Court on Jan. 17.

At 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, Richard Salies, 26, Danbury, turned himself in on an outstanding warrant. The warrant was for second-degree failure to appear, evading responsibility and interfering with a police officer. He was held on a $2,500 bond.

This information was provided by the Danbury Police Department. A person charged with a crime is innocent until having been convicted in court.

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