Hamden Police and the U.S. Marshals closed the books on several burglary and car theft casees when they arrested a New Haven man.
According to a Hamden Police release, on April 16 members of the United States Marshal Service arrested Kashawn Little, who was wanted on four arrest warrants.
Little was charged for his involvement in the following incidents:
On March 25, during the early morning hours, a 95-year-old Armory Street resident awoke to a flashlight shining in his second floor bedroom, while he was lying in bed. His residence was ransacked. Electronic equipment, money and personal belongings were stolen.
On March 28, during the early morning hours, an Armory Street residence was burglarized. While the residents were sleeping, their home was forcibly entered. Their motor vehicle, along with electronic equipment and money was stolen.
On March 29, a motor vehicle was stolen from a Leonard Road resident.
On March 30, during the early morning hours, a burglary was attempted at a Mill Rock Road residence.
Kashawn Little, 21, of 114 So. Gennesse St., New Haven, was charged with first-degree burglary, first-degree larceny, second-degree larceny, fourth-degree larceny and conspiracy. Little, who was detained at police headquarters on a $300,000 bond, is scheduled to appear in court in Meriden on April 30.
Detectives Sean Dolan and Donald Remillard conducted the investigations.