Fairfield Police recover property from recent thefts
The Fairfield Police Department has recovered stolen property from recent car burglaries and a residential burglary after conducting searches of two different residences.
These two cases are not related and it is believed two separate suspects were involved.
The Fairfield Police Department executed a search warrant in the 900 block of Hempstead Avenue on September 23. Officers recovered a flat screen TV, Xbox, and sub-woofers reported stolen on September 22.
Additionally the officers found a small amount of a white crystal like substance believed to be ICE methamphetamine. Drug paraphernalia was also seized.
This investigation is on-going and charges will be filed upon its completion.
On the same day, a consent search was executed in the 200 block of Hempstead Avenue.
Christian Steven Tosh, 18, has been charged with Theft Third Degree and Interference with Official Acts.
Officers recovered a skateboard reported stolen from a car parked in the 800 block of Burlington Avenue on September 20.
Officers also recovered an iPad and computer satchel reported stolen from a car parked in the 100 block of Main Street on September 23.
The Fairfield Police Department now asks for the publicâ??s help.
Car burglaries have occurred all summer and either quick cash, small electronics, small tools, or pocket knives were stolen.
Residents are asked to lock their cars and roll up their windows. So far this month, 11 car burglaries have been reported, mainly due to unsecure vehicles.