Police: iPhone, Prescription Meds Reported Stolen

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An iPhone 4 worth about $150 was reported stolen May 22 at about 6 p.m. from Saxe Middle School, according to police.

Its owner, a student, had left it on top of a car by mistake and it had been taken by the time that individual returned to grab it, according to Sgt. Carol Ogrinc, public information officer at the New Canaan Police Department.

Police are investigating.


A 23-year-old River Road resident told police at 12:53 a.m. on May 22 that some of her prescription medication—including Adderall and Valium—had been taken from her house.

Police are investigating one lead that a sister who’d been visiting from Rhode Island may be responsible, Ogrinc said.


Finally, a Stamford-based businessman reported to police at 10:27 a.m. on May 21 that he fraudulently had been put down as a co-signer on a credit application for a car.

The complainant, a 50-year-old Westport man, finally was contacted by a collection agency about repossessing the 2012 Silverado truck—prompting his bringing the matter to police, Ogrinc said.

Investigators are following one lead that the person behind the falsified application is a former employee of the Stamford-based company.

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