GREENWICH, Conn. A Greenwich man turned himself in Friday morning on charges of loitering at a school, criminal trespass, burglary and larceny, police said.
Robert Wolterstorff, 19, of 54 Old Stone Bridge Road, was released on $3,000 bond and is due in court Wednesday.
Also from the Greenwich Police Department
Christian Rivera, 31, of 19 W. Church St., Greenwich, was charged Thursday after his live-in girlfriend reported being hit on the forehead, police said. Rivera was found at work in Stamford and charged with assault, violation of a protective order, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct. He was held on $10,000 bond and was due in court Friday.
Nicole Greenwald, 18, of 1888 Bible St., Greenwich, was charged with larceny after a stolen Apple iPhone belonging to a Greenwich High School assistant teacher was tracked to her house, police said. The teacher told police she left the phone on her desk while students were in the room, but during the class change she noticed the phone was gone. The phone was tracked to Greenwalds house. Greenwald told police she was a student and left school early. She admitted taking the phone, which was returned to the teacher, police said. Greenwald is due in court Feb. 16.
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