3 from New Haven arrested in connection to viral video of Oxford store theft
Three people have been arrested in connection to a video showing suspects stealing merchandise from an Oxford grocery store.
The incident happened at the Market 32 in Oxford on Nov. 9 around 6:30 a.m.
Police arrested Brandy J. Quadrato, James Hill, and Nasif Amir Muhammad, all from New Haven. They were each charged with larceny, and conspiracy to commit larceny.
Officials say they received over 100 tips from the public as to who this group is after the video circulated online and they were able to arrest three out of the four people involved.
The video shows three people loading cars full of stolen merchandise from Market 32 as employees and bystanders watched.
Troopers say they believe the group was taking requests from people in the community and smaller stores and selling the items to them.
State troopers say the group stole more than $1,600 worth of items, with most of them being laundry detergent, paper goods and some seafood.
Their bonds were each set a $50,000.
Police say Hill posted bond and is scheduled to appear at Derby Superior Court on Dec. 6.
Muhammad and Quadrato were being held at Department of Corrections facilities on unrelated charges.
Police say they have tentatively identified the fourth person involved, but no arrests have been made yet.
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