Police have charged a 24-year-old Shelton woman with breaking into a Connecticut Light & Power storage facility in Oxford at 12:37 a.m. Thursday.
Tanya Lynn Boroski, of 78 Kneen St., unit 2, was found running away from the facility at 1 Great Hill Road, near the Oxford Board of Education building, after police received a call for an alarm at the facility, according to a police report.
Oxford Resident Trooper Ryan Pfieffer saw Boroski and other person fleeing the scene, according to the report. Only Boroski was caught, and the case remains under investigation, the report states.
She was charged with possession of manufacturing tools, third-degree criminal trespass and conspiracy at criminal trespass. She was released on a $1,000 surety bond and will be arraigned May 13 at Derby Superior Court.
The CL&P site in Oxford has been targeted by thieves many times as people try to steel copper piping and other metals to scrap for cash.