Wilton man with active warrants arrested after police serve search warrant

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WILTON — A routine patrol led to the arrest of a local man wanted on multiple warrants after Wilton Police officers served a search warrant at his residence on Main Street.

At around 4:12 p.m. on March 27, Officer Keith Masse of the Wilton Police Department was passing by 950 Main Street when he recognized the property owner, Steven Marin, who was known to have three active arrest warrants.

Upon returning to the residence after a brief period, Marin had retreated inside.

A perimeter was swiftly established by the Wilton Police, and Officer Masse obtained a search warrant for Marin’s property.

By 7:35 p.m., the warrant was executed, and Marin was apprehended inside the home without resistance.

Following the arrest, Marin was transported to the Franklin County Detention Center for booking.

Additionally, a dog found in the residence was taken care of by the officers until a family member of Marin’s arrived to assume responsibility for the pet.

Chief Ethan Kyes of the Wilton Police Department confirmed the events and the successful custody of Marin without any disturbances.

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