MONROE, Conn. -- A Bridgeport man was arrested after police said he stole several items, including a rifle, from a Monroe home when the homeowners' daughter held a party while they were out of town, according to a story in the Connecticut Post .
Scott Dennis, 25, of Bridgeport, was arrested Wednesday and charged with the thefts, which took place in July, according to the Connecticut Post.
The daughter of the homeowner told police she had about 10 people over for a party on the night of July Fourth, Capt. Michael Flick of the Monroe Police Department told the Connecticut Post.
When the parent returned home, they discovered that .22 caliber rifle, jewelry, cash and camera equipment, had been stolen, said the Connecticut Post.
During their investigation detectives learned that Dennis had pawned most of the stolen items at a pawn shop, added the newspaper.
Dennis, who was already incarcerated on unrelated charges, was charged and returned to the custody of the state Department of Corrections, the Post reported.
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