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Another Arrest Made in CVS Heist

A West Haven woman was arrested for an incident that occurred in Wilton on May 1.

 

Nicole Vogt, 37, of West Haven was charged with larceny in the fourth degree and conspiracy to commit larceny in the fourth degree after police arrested her on a warrant served in Norwalk Superior Court on Friday, Oct. 5.

According to police, Vogt and an alleged accomplice, Louis Masseli, 36, stole more than $1,200 worth of Crest Whitening Strips and Rogaine from CVS in Wilton on May 1. Masseli was arrested by Wilton Police on May 30.

Vogt was held on $5,000 bond. 

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On Sunday, Oct. 7, Augusto Javier Reyes-Ramirez, 20, of Stamford turned himself in on a warrant for failure to appear in the first degree, original charges stemming from an August arrest for the theft and illegal use of credit cards.

Reyes-Ramirez, of Stamford, was employed at TJ Maxx in November 2009 and allegedly stole a customer's credit card and use it at Boston Market in Wilton and Best Buy in Norwalk without the owner's consent, racking up $570 worth of fraudulent charges. He was arrested by Wilton Police in August after they served him a warrant in Norwalk Superior Court, where he was answering unrelated charges.

Reyes-Ramirez then did not show up at his Sept. 7 court date.

Reyes-Ramirez was held on $10,000 bond and given an Oct. 17 court date this time around. 

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