Tuesday, March 05, 2013
UPDATE Westport police today arrested two Bridgeport men on I-95 after a Westport homeowner interrupted their alleged burglary of his home.
Police said they responded at 2:30 p.m. to 28 Treadwell Ave. after the homeowner arrived to find a green Honda Civic that he did not recognize parked in his driveway.
The homeowner confronted one of two suspects, later identified as William Lopez, 33, who said he was looking for a landscaping job, police said. The homeowner entered his home and saw the second suspect, later identified as Philip Rivera, 26, in a bedroom.
Both suspects fled and drove away in the Honda Civic which Officers Marc Heinmiller and Tom Casimiro spotted a short time later entering I-95 north at Exit 18, police said.
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