Newtown Police: Man Breaks Into Residents’ Garage, Causes Disturbance
A local man has been arrested after police say he broke into the garage of a nearby neighbor and threw quite a fit.
According to the Newtown Police Department, 23-year-old Christopher Gary Amlicke was arrested on trespassing and mischief charges just after midnight on Firday night/Saturday morning, December 21, 2019.
Officers were dispatched to a residence located on Great Hill Road after dispatch received a report that someone was trying to break into the home's garage. While the Newtown PD was on the way to call, they were then informed that the individual had since made his way into the garage, entered the resident's vehicle and began yelling.
When officers arrived on the scene, they allegedly found Christopher Amlicke banging on the front door of the Great Hill Road home, continuing to yell.
Police say that after a brief investigation, the local man was arrested, escorted off of the premises and taken to the Newtown Police Department.
Amlicke has been charged with third degree criminal mischief and second degree criminal trespass. He was released from custody on a promise to appear in Danbury Superior Court on Friday, January 3.