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Shrewsbury Police arrest house break suspect

Shrewsbury – Wednesday, July 25, at 1:33 p.m., a resident at 11 Oak St. called in reporting a B&E in progress. The resident had come home to discover what appeared to be forced entry to the home, and then also observed the suspect in the house.

At this time, the homeowner called the Shrewsbury Police and several units responded. While Shrewsbury officers secured a perimeter around the house, Officer Peter Capalbo was responding and observed a male exit a yard on Sherwood Avenue near to the house in question.

Officer Capalbo stopped the male and questioned him. Officer Capalbo's investigation found that this subject had just broken into the house. The suspect had a knapsack in his possession which contained the items stolen from the house. Items taken were jewelry, cash and other household items which were all returned to the homeowner. He was placed under arrest by the Shrewsbury Police and charged.

Arrested was Stephan Trevor Norton, 30, of 7 Stone Ave., Shrewsbury. He was charged with B&E daytime, felony; larceny over $250; and deface or damaging property.

Also involved in the arrest were Sgt. Ronald Benoit, Officer Scott Mentzer, Officer Richard Fiske, and Detective Paul Brown. The suspect was held at the Shrewsbury Police and transported to Westborough District Court in the morning.

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  1. Thank you Obama.

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