GREENWICH — A person with a earlier arrest file is dealing with expenses he stole 4 laptop computer computer systems from a retailer on Greenwich Avenue in January of 2016.
Quaysean Cannonier, 24, whose earlier handle was listed as Wickham Avenue, the Bronx, N.Y., was picked up at a federal jail in Pennsylvania on Wednesday and booked in Greenwich on expenses of third-degree larceny, a felony, and conspiracy. Police mentioned he swiped the 4 computer systems on Greenwich Avenue on January four, 2016. A warrant was later issued after he was decided to be concerned, in response to the arrest report.
Cannonier was indicted by federal authorities in 2016. He was accused of being a part of a road gang within the Bronx referred to as the Massive Cash Bosses, in response to a federal indictment. The indictment mentioned he was concerned in “a felony group whose members and associates engaged in homicide, tried homicide, theft, tried theft, narcotics trafficking, financial institution fraud and the passing of counterfeit cash.” His road identify within the gang was “Tic-Tic.”
The suspect was being held within the Pennsylvania jail on a cost of conspiracy to commit racketeering.
Cannonier was additionally charged with theft in New Rochelle, N.Y., in 2016, involving a hold-up at telecommunications retailer.
Bail on the costs in Greenwich was set at $100,000.