Stratford police last week arrested two suspected burglars for alleged break-ins on Columbus Avenue and Birdseye Street.
Love Millet of Bridgeport was charged with third-degree burglary, sixth-degree larceny, interfering with an officer and criminal impersonation.
Cameron Random of Derby was charged with conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary and fifth-degree larceny.
Police said Millet, 21, broke into a home on Columbus Avenue after reportedly being dropped off by Random, also 21.
“The homeowner reported that an unknown subject entered her home, but she scared him off and he ran through some adjoining yards,” Stratford police spokesman Frank Eannotti said in a release.
Millet was found hiding behind a home on Priscilla Lane at the same time police were conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle occupied by Random on Garibaldi Avenue, police said.
Police said they located jewelry in Millet’s pocket and a TV in Random’s car. Investigators linked both items to the Birdseye burglary.
The suspects were both held in lieu of $100,000 bond and arraigned in court on Sept. 20.