Larceny/Fraud Arrests - Alnae and Alphonso Lilly
by Captain Ronald Smith ◊ Apr 11, 2011
On March 8th Hamden Police responded to a Treadwell Street address on the report of a larceny.
The complainant advised police that her 84 year-old mother, who is disabled and blind, had her ATM card fraudulently used.
Investigation revealed that a home health care worker, who assists the 84 year-old, used the ATM card to withdraw $1,260 from a local bank. The health care worker, Alnae Lilly, allegedly gave the ATM card to her brother, Alphonso Lilly, who also committed several thefts with the card.
Detective John Marks subsequently submitted arrest warrant affidavits to the court.
On April 8th, Hamden Police responded to Lilly’s address, 37 Winnett Street in Hamden on an unrelated incident. They were both taken into custody.
Hamden Police arrested:
Alnae Lilly, 22, and Alphonso Lilly, 22, of 37 Winnett Street in Hamden. They was charged with Larceny in the 5th Degree, Conspiracy to Commit Larceny in the 5th Degree, Auto Teller Fraud, Conspiracy to Commit Auto Teller Fraud, Identity Theft and Conspiracy to Commit Identity Theft. They were both detained on a court ordered $100,000 bond. Their court date is April 21st in Meriden.