Stamford man charged in March carjacking incidents

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STAMFORD — A Stamford man faces multiple charges in connection with three carjacking incidents that occurred in late March, police said Tuesday.

Tyssan Woods was charged with robbery, conspiracy, reckless endangerment and other offenses following an investigation by the Stamford Police Department Major Crimes Unit.

The incidents took place in the early morning hours of March 26 and March 28.

Investigators gathered digital and forensic evidence linking Woods to the crimes, leading to the issuance of two arrest warrants.

The charges include first-degree robbery, conspiracy to commit first-degree robbery, first-degree reckless endangerment, and robbery involving an occupied motor vehicle.

The combined bond for the charges is set at $750,000.

The warrants were served at Stamford Superior Court, where Woods remains in custody with the Connecticut State Correction Department.

Stamford police acknowledged assistance from the Connecticut State Police, Waterbury Police Department, and Stamford State’s Attorney’s Office in the investigation.

The investigation concluded on June 18, nearly three months after the incidents occurred.

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