Connecticut State Police Arrest Alleged Identity Thief After Year-Long Investigation
The Connecticut State Police - Sherman Resident Trooper's office shared some satisfying news on social media as they announced the arrest of a New York woman on a laundry list of charges stemming from numerous crimes after a nearly year long investigation.
The Sherman Resident Trooper, along with Troopers from Connecticut State Police - Troop A in Southbury, recently completed the extradition of wanted fugitive Jenniffer Lyn Neiman, 47, of the Bronx, NY from the Orange County Sheriff's Office in New York. Neiman was processed on her active warrants and faces an incredible amount of charges for numerous alleged crimes.
Neiman faces 17 charges including:
- 3rd Degree Identity Theft, and Criminal Impersonation for crimes committed on 10-5-19
- 3rd Degree Identity Theft, and Criminal Impersonation for an additional crime that occurred on 10-5-19
- 1st Degree Identity Theft, Criminal Impersonation, 3rd Degree Forgery, 1st Degree Larceny, 3rd Degree Identity Theft, and 5th Degree Larceny for crimes committed on 10-8-19
- 2nd Degree Identity Theft, Criminal Impersonation, 2nd Degree Forgery, 3rd Degree Forgery, and 2nd Degree Larceny for crimes committed on 10-9-19
- 3rd Degree Identity Theft for a crime committed on 10-12-19
- 3rd Degree Identity Theft for a crime committed on 10-14-19
Neiman was issued a $250,000 bond, which she could not post and was held prior to appearing in Danbury Superior Court this week.
Bravo to the Sherman Resident Trooper and other Troopers from Troop A in Southbury for their perseverance as they investigated these alleged crimes over the past 15 months. It must have been so satisfying to finally take Neiman into custody.