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Faulty Home Alarm Leads to Man's Arrest

Naugatuck police found no signs of forced entry but discovered something they didn't expect.

Faulty Home Alarm Leads to Man's Arrest

 

NAUGATUCK - A local man has a faulty security alarm to blame for his arrest. 

Police responded to 51 Celentano Drive for a report of a house alarm on Aug. 26 and found something they didn’t expect: marijuana plants in the backyard. As police were searching the property for evidence of a break in, four plants were found growing in pots under the deck of the home.

Kyle Sarra, 33, who lives at that Celentano Drive address, was charged with cultivation of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance. He was released on a $1,000 surety bond and will be arraigned Wednesday at Waterbury Superior Court.

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