Arrest in 2017 Greenwich Ave. larceny case
GREENWICH — Police made an arrest in a larceny case on Greenwich Avenue over a year ago.
Cleveland Fowler, 24, of West 123rd Street, New York City, was transported to Greenwich from a New Jersey prison on Wednesday to face two counts each of larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny. Authorities tied him in with an incident Sept. 14, 2017, on Greenwich Avenue.
Bail was set at $50,000.
Fowler was in state custody in New Jersey on another criminal matter. According to court records, Fowler was charged with robbery in Essex County in July of 2018.
According to Greenwich police, a couple stole several thousand dollars of merchandise from Saks Fifth Avenue shortly before 7 p.m. in that 2017 theft.
Police described the larceny as a “grab-and-run” operation. A male suspect grabbed an armload of merchandise from the shelf and ran for the door. Authorities said a female suspect was also working as an accomplice. The pair drove off.