A burglary investigation led to the arrest of a Norwalk woman who Darien Police claim broke into a house on Talmadge Hill Road in June and stole an iPad, and a designer work bag and wallet.
Sharon Rotunda, 45, of Elmcrest Terrace, turned herself in to police after a warrant was issued for her arrest. There were no signs of forced entry into the home that Rotunda allegedly broke into, police said. The investigation led police to her home and the stolen items were found nearby, police said. Further investigation placed Rotunda in the area of the burglary on the night in which it occurred, according to police.
Rotunda was charged with second-degree burglary, fifth-degree larceny and credit card theft. She was released on a promise to appear in court on Tuesday, Sept. 3, however, she was turned over to Stamford Police who also held a warrant for Rotunda on unrelated charges.