A New Britain man is facing charges after police said he was involved in a three-person burglary at a Treasure Avenue home in Berlin in late October.
Officers took Iran Gonzalez, 26, into custody on Oct. 25 after he was identified as the driver of a suspicious car reported in the neighborhood. He was charged with third-degree
larceny, first-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit third-degree
larceny, conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary and impairing the
morals of a minor, according to reports released this week.
Deputy Chief John Klett said the incident occurred at the home as it was unoccupied. Gonzalez and two others broke into the home, taking various electronics and an ATV valued in the range of $1,000.
"There were two minors involved in this burglary at least one of whom will be charged as a juvenile," Klett said Thursday.
Witnesses were able to identify the car, allowing police a break in the case. Gonzalez was taken into custody a short time later.
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