Waterbury Man Charged in Four Naugatuck Burglaries in Five Months

Man allegedly began burglary spree with a relative's home.

Jeremy Andino. Photo Credit: Naugatuck Police
Jeremy Andino. Photo Credit: Naugatuck Police
Naugatuck police arrested a Waterbury man Tuesday on warrants related to four separate burglaries since October.

Jeremy Andino, 19, of Temple Street, was charged with a total of three counts of burglary in the third degree and one count in the first degree, four counts of larceny of varying degrees, criminal mischief and criminal trespass.

He was held on $25,000 bond and arraigned Wednesday in the four cases listed below.

A family member of Andino’s living on Andrew Ave. reported a break-in on Oct. 26, with an Xbox console, video games, jewelry, boots sneakers and two suitcases missing.

Andino was charged with burglary in the third degree, larceny in the fifth degree and making false statements in the second degree.

A Longview Terrace resident called police on Nov. 22 to report that someone had broken through their window and stolen jewelry, a laptop, iPod and savings bonds, all totaling an estimated $25,859.

Andino was charged with burglary in the third degree, larceny in the first degree, criminal mischief in the second degree and criminal trespass in the second degree.

A similar burglary was reported on Graham Ridge Road on Dec. 11, with an iPod Touch, laptop and jewelry taken. The stolen property was valued at $10,430.

Police charged Andino with burglary in the third degree and larceny in the second.

Andino was also charged in a fourth burglary, reported on Feb. 15, in which cash, a 50-inch television, jewelry and clothing worth an estimated $11,156 were taken.

He was charged with burglary in the first degree, larceny in the second degree and criminal trespass in the second degree.
Molly Woonsocket April 28, 2014 at 07:08 AM
Let me start by saying our local Police use those Pawnshops as a tool to catch thieves. Come on people think! And Jeremy's girlfriend, you poor, poor, thing! He is not a good Father...by no means. I was a single parent and I got up at 6 am, pumped gas, went to KFC at 11:00 worked there till 5. Did a gig bar tending on the weekends, might not have seen my son a whole lot, but guess what, he knows the value of a dollar and hard work...AND WOULD NEVER DREAM OF STEALING FROM OTHERS, regardless the case. He works, owns a home, a new car...I actually worked construction for 10 years back in the 80's when there was "no work". It was very tough for a woman, but you find honest ways to make money, so tired of the excuses, rake leaves, shovel snow, anything decent land legal. He is teaching your daughter stealing is easier and more honorable than a hard days work! WAKE THE HELL UP,!
Bryan Anselmo April 28, 2014 at 12:17 PM
Can anyone tell me what the heck is going on in the Longview Terrace/May St. area these days? I grew up in the 90's/early 2000's on the street 'down the trail' through the woods. Used to be an awesome neighborhood to explore as a kid, with the big reservoir/pond off the street. Don't know if it's even there anymore. Now I'm reading things about the street being a highway with traffic coming in at all hours of the night, robberies, ect. Is this true? Did the 'nice' side of town really turn to crap?
chuck April 28, 2014 at 09:29 PM
Forget about it, Molly....she's as lost as he is. Child is behind the 8 ball already. Destined for a life of SNAP and EBT Cards, along with all the other state and federal freebies. Yeah...good job Jeremy.
Molly Woonsocket April 30, 2014 at 07:10 PM
The poor excuse that he's doing this to feed or cloth his baby is pure RUBBISH! He was doing this long before he had a baby. The best solution, put him in a uniform and send him to Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan. If the tough guy makes it out his daughter will have a Father to be really proud of! And please everyone, stop calling him a child, he is man, not a child, FOR REAL!
Snoopy May 03, 2014 at 08:50 PM
Low bond, should be $500,000.00 to keep him confined until sentenced. He will BE before next court date.


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