STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Stamford Police have arrested a man wanted by the Greenwich Police on multiple charges.
Police say Shicquane Narine, 19, of Stamford was arrested and apprehended by the Stamford Police Department and the Judicial Court Marshalls Wednesday when he arrived at Stamford Superior Court for a scheduled court appearance for an unrelated charge.
Narine was transferred to Greenwich where he was processed and charged with larceny 3rd degree, interfering with an investigation, possession of burglary tools, possession of less than 1/2 oz of marijuana, and conspiracy to commit larceny 3rd degree.
The Greenwich charges stem from June 27, when an officer observed two suspicious vehicles on Cliff Avenue. Police say the cars were driving slow and seemed to be traveling together, but as the officer approached them, they took off in opposite directions at a high rate of speed. One car passed dangerously close to the police car that was traveling in the opposite lane.
An investigation by the Greenwich Police Detective Division revealed the fleeing car was a stolen Chevy Impala driven by Narine.
When Narine wasn’t able to post his $15,000 bond on the Greenwich charges, the Stamford Police Department served two additional warrants they held for him for robbery 2nd degree and threatening.
Narine is being held by the Greenwich Police Department and due in court on August 13.