Police charge felon with stealing from disabled Fairfield man

Fairfield police today arrested Angelo younger on charges of stealing from a disabled Fairfield man.

Angelo Younger was arrested on charges of stealing from a disabled Fairfield man.

Fairfield police today arrested Bridgeport resident Angelo Younger, 49, who they say used his physical size to intimidate and coerce a disabled Fairfield man, stealing cash and checks totaling $2,442 from him and taking and selling the victim’s college ring to a Bridgeport pawnbroker.

In a press release, police said Younger was a convicted felon with an extensive criminal history in North Carolina and Connecticut, and had been arrested by Fairfield police in 2011 for stealing from residents of the Sullivan McKinney elderly housing complex while posing as a home health aide.

According to the release, within two hours of meeting his latest Fairfield victim on July 10, Younger had cashed three of the man’s checks, totaling $2,382, and taken $60 in cash and a Sacred Heart University class ring from him. The ring was sold four days later to Joe Davis Pawnbroker, on Connecticut Avenue in Bridgeport.

The victim’s sister filed a complaint on July 11 with police, who arrested Younger while he was reporting in to the Bridgeport Adult Probation office on charges of second-degree larceny, second-degree burglary, stalking, harassment and disorderly conduct.

Younger is being held on $50,000 bond.


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