DANBURY, Conn. — A career criminal from Sherman has been charged in connection with burglaries at five Danbury businesses in May, according to Danbury Police.
Danbury Police served four outstanding warrants on Jared Cardillo, 41, who is currently incarcerated for violating parole on a burglary conviction from 2015, police said.
Cardillo was taken by Judicial Marshals to court, where he was processed on the warrants.
He was charged with burglaries of a tattoo parlor on Downs Street on May 31, a nail salon and a day spa on Mill Plain Road on May 21 and two financial businesses, also on Mill Plain Road.
Cardillo has a criminal history dating back to 2008, when he was found guilty on drug charges in New Haven. He served two years of a five-year sentence and was granted a conditional release. He was also found guilty on burglary charges in Danbury in 2009.
The Connecticut Department of Correction Parole Division assisted The Danbury Police Department Detective Bureau in the investigation.
He was originally taken into custody by Danbury police on June 1 in connection with the parole violation.