GLASTONBURY, Conn. (WTNH) -- Police in Glastonbury have obtained arrest warrants for a man and woman in connection with a November home invasion.
The crime was committed on November 26, 2012, at a home on Thompson St.
During the home invasion, police said the husband and wife residents were confronted at gunpoint by a masked intruder who tied them both up and stole over $108,000 in cash, jewelry, and watches. During the incident, the wife sustained a fractured arm requiring surgery.
After investigating police determined that the incident was not a random act. Police later identified 51-year-old Marilyn Nadeau, a former home worker for the victims, and her boyfriend 41-year-old Joseph DeFreitas, as suspects.
DeFreitas is charged with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, first-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit first-degree burglary, second-degree assault, second-degree assault of an elderly person, first-degree larceny, carrying a dangerous weapon, and second-degree false statement.
Nadeau is charged with home invasion, conspiracy to commit home invasion, first-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit first-degree burglary, first-degree larceny. conspiracy to commit first-degree larceny, and second-degree false statement.
According to police, both Nadeau and DeFreitas have been incarcerated in Morris County New Jersey on armed robbery charges since January 16, 2013. Both are also suspects in armed robberies which occurred in Wallingford and West Haven.