Sudbury Police Arrest Norwood Woman in Relation to Oct. 11 Housebreaks
Charges are expected to be sought against another person, as well.
(The following is a press release from Lt. Scott Nix of the Sudbury Police.)
As previously reported, the Sudbury Police Department responded to a total of five houses that had been broken into on October 11 and one attempted break. The investigation revealed two separate, unrelated crews were breaking into houses that day. Already arrested for a portion of the breaks was Sheridan Bond (25) of 140 Swanson Road in Boxborough. An arrest warrant has been obtained for another individual, Jonathan Lemay (21) LKA of 303 Central Street in Acton, MA. It is our understanding Lemay is already in custody on unrelated matters.
The continuing investigation resulted in Sudbury Detectives obtaining another arrest warrant for Tara Marinucci (27) of 151 Jefferson Drive in Norwood, MA as well as a search warrant for her residence. Marinucci was taken into custody at her residence on November 1, 2012 at which time the search warrant was executed with the assistance of NORPAC which is spearheaded by the Norwood Police Department. Additional evidence was retrieved during the search. Marinucci was eventually transported back to the Sudbury Police Department for booking and later bailed. Additional charges are expected to be sought against Marinucci as well as another co-conspirator in the near future.
The Sudbury Police Department would like to thank the cooperative efforts of the Norwood, Dover, Medfield, Westwood, Wellesley and Marlborough police departments who assisted in the investigation