COVENTRY, Conn. (WTNH) — A Coventry man police have kept tabs on for months is now facing charges for allegedly stealing more than $32,000 from a family member.
According to officials, police had an arrest warrant out for 47 year-old Nicholas Calvo. Officers took him into custody last Thursday, after a search and seizure at his home on Bread and Milk Street.
Calvo appeared before a Rockville Superior Court judge on Mar. 10. He is charged with third degree larceny and 18 counts of second degree forgery.
A larceny investigation underway since Nov. 2016 is ongoing. Authorities say Calvo could be facing more charges.