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Ten Fairfield U Offices Plundered

Police are investigating the burglary – three laptops were stolen, among other items.

[Editor's note: The following arrest information was provided by the Fairfield Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.]

University Office Raid

Ten faculty offices at Fairfield University were raided between 5 p.m. on Oct. 8 and 4 p.m. on Monday, department spokesperson Sgt. Sue Lussier reported.

Numerous items were stolen, including three Dell laptops, and external DVD player, a laptop charger, and some cash from the desk drawers on the first floor of Canisius Hall, according to the report.

Police found there was forced entry through the door leading to the common room. This is under investigation.  

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Monroe Resident Turns Herself In for Drug Charges

Amber Dimenstein, 23, of Monroe was arrested on drug charges Monday for an incident that took place Sept. 21, police said. She turned herself in to headquarters after a warrant was put out for her arrest.

Dimenstein was charged for possession of narcotics, possession of a controlled substance, and failure to keep narcotics in a proper container after it was reported she appeared intoxicated while  walking with a male on Bridgeport’s North Avenue and Fairfield’s King’s Highway Cutoff in September, police said.

Dimenstein was transported to the hospital that day. Police found Xanax and heroin on her person, Lussier said.

Her court date is Oct. 19 and she is being held on a $10,000 bond.

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Expelled Student Trespasses University Grounds

A Fairfield man was arrested after trespassing on Fairfield University property Monday, police said. He had been warned earlier in June after a different incidence of trespass that he would be arrested should he set foot on the campus again, police said.

A public safety officer on campus observed Wilson in the Fairfield Prep gymnasium and recognized him as a student who had been expelled from Fairfield University, Lussier said.

Wilson was charged with first degree trespassing, according to police. His court date is Oct. 24 and he was released on written promise to appear.  

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Neighborhood Thefts

A license and several credit cards were taken from a car on Roselle Street sometime between midnight and 8 a.m. on Oct. 9, Fairfield police reported.

The car was unlocked, department spokesperson Sgt. Sue Lussier said.

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A red boy’s mountain bike was snatched from a driveway on Longview Avenue on Monday, police said. No value or other description was given.

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