Bethel resident Donald Kuhn, 41, turned himself in to Westport police on Feb. 8 after learning there was a warrant out for his arrest.
Police said the warrant stemmed from an October incident in which Kuhn, an employee of a contractor hired to renovate a Westport home, allegedly took about $3,000 worth of power tools from the home and sold them to a pawn shop.
Kuhn was charged with third-degree larceny. He appeared in court Feb. 9 and is due back March 16.
Also from the police blotter:
Westport resident Elizabeth Boak of 7 Elliot Lane turned herself in to Westport police on Feb. 8, knowing there was a warrant out for her arrest. The warrant, police said, stemmed from two November traffic accidents in which Boak, 59, allegedly rear-ended another car, left the scene and then drove her car off the road on North Avenue. She was charged with operating under the influence, failure to drive right, evading responsibility and following too closely. She is due in court Feb. 18.
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