Police: Norwich man took casino floor sweeper for a ride
Mohegan - A 24-year-old Norwich man was arrested Sunday morning after he allegedly broke into the valet garage at the Mohegan Sun, commandeered a small floor sweeper and then crashed it into the back of a maintenance pickup truck, according to state police.
Tony Ly of 23 County Fair Road, Norwich, was charged with third-degree criminal mischief in connection with the incident, which took place at 11:30 a.m.
The pickup sustained minor damages. State police said Ly also broke several overhead lights in the garage. He is due to appear in Norwich Superior Court on Aug. 12.
Stories that may interest you
New London restaurant owner Joshua Feldman was sentenced to four years of probation on Wednesday for drug distribution.
No arrests have been made in the death of a teen from New London last week, but community members have raised more than $21,000 to help the boy's family.
UPDATED: Waterford police charge Windham man with manslaughter in connection with fentanyl overdose death
Evan Barile, 35, faces second-degree manslaughter and drug charges.
Extension ‘likely’ on no-bid $250K contract for COVID communications with politically connected PR firm10:44 am