GREENWICH, Conn. Two Greenwich High School students were charged with larceny Friday for stealing money from a teacher, said police, who gave the following account:
The teacher reported $37 was stolen from her coat while at school. Video surveillance at the school revealed two students entering the room and leaving.
The two 16-year-old males were stopped and were found with the money. One teen had $35 and the other had $2. They were the only students who had entered the room after the teacher left and before she returned.
They were each issued a summons to appear in court on Dec. 27.
Also from the Greenwich Police Department:
A 24-year-old Greenwich man was arrested for throwing a woman onto a couch during an argument at an Armstrong Court residence, causing her to hit her head against a wall. There was a previous protective order in effect between the man and the woman, specifically preventing him from any acts of abuse against the woman.
The man was charged with violation of a protective order and disorderly conduct. He was being held on a $2,500 bond and was due in court Wednesday.
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