Police Report: Girlfriend Squeals on Thief Boyfriend in Oxford

Man who stole motorcycle caught after domestic dispute at home across from the Oxford Resident Trooper's Office, police report states.

A Meriden man learned a lesson the hard way about fighting with his girlfriend, according to a police report on file at the Oxford Resident Trooper's Office.

Samuel D. Lester, 37, of 186 Kensington Ave., was arrested for stealing a motorcycle after police went to an Oxford home where he had been with his girlfriend; police were responding to a report of a domestic disturbance, the report states.

While in the house at 426 Oxford Road, across from the Oxford Resident Trooper’s Office, the girlfriend told police about a stolen motorcycle that Lester had stored in the basement, police said.

Police found that the 2008 Suzuki GSX 600 was reported stolen out of New Haven, police said.

Lester was charged with third-degree larceny by possession, disorderly conduct and second-degree threatening. He was released on separate bonds of $5,000 and $25,000. His next court date is Sept. 8 at Derby Superior Court. Lester has not yet entered a plea.

Amy Carlone Cote August 04, 2011 at 04:56 PM
According to voices that meeting is moved to aug 18. To give the public time to get a copy, read it, understand it and formulate questions.
Tanya Carver August 04, 2011 at 05:25 PM
Amy, per Jessica Pennell, P&Z's Secretary, the public hearing is going on today. I have a copy of the Agenda and states the same
Tanya Carver August 04, 2011 at 05:46 PM
Amy, Leda Quirke, Voices, got misinformation about the public hearing tonight. The meeting is still scheduled, there may be a meeting schedule for the 18th; but there seems to be a lot of confusion/misinformation coming out of P&Z.
Craig Zac September 08, 2011 at 05:09 PM
lol... quick Paul, change the headline to this story from what it is now to: Oxford Police respond to domestic dispute and girlfriend tells them her boyfriend has a stolen bike in his basement, Oxford residents could care less and discuss town meeting on Affordable Housing."


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