Man Charged with Trespassing on Fairfield Property

He was also arrested on outstanding warrants from Fairfield and Bridgeport, according to the report.

[Editor's note: Arrest information is supplied by the Fairfield Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.]

A Bridgeport man was arrested in Fairfield Friday after he allegedly went to a Thornhill Road home unannounced, pushed open the unlocked front door, and unsuccessfully attempted to enter the residence, police said.

Justin Lazaro, 31, was found approximately a quarter mile away from the Thornhill Road home and detained by police. He was charged with first-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct. He was further arrested on a PRAWN warrant out of Fairfield for violation of probation and on a Bridgeport warrant for failure to appear in court, according to the police report.

Lazaro was held in lieu of a combined $13,500 bond. He is scheduled to appear in court for the disorderly conduct and trespass charges Monday, and Jan. 15 for the PRAWN warrant charges.

Ajack February 05, 2013 at 04:36 PM
Perfect reason to keep our 2nd Amendment rights intact and unchanged for handgun possession and for personal protection. Very rarely are any of the many incidents of a law abiding citizen deterring crime by the use of a legal firearm reported by our leftist media. I know of many incidents where , had it not been for the possession of a legal firearm, harm would have been done to an innocent. victim. Imagine if a young mother and children were the only ones at home. A person. male or female,schooled in the use of a legal weapon could have more than likely deterred this man in the event he had decided to take the situation any further. Good work Fairfield Police.


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