STAMFORD - (AP) - The convicted burglar and self-styledjet-setter known as the "Dinnertime Bandit" faces up to 65 yearsin prison. Alan Golder is due in Stamford Superior Court on Friday forsentencing in the case, in which he was convicted in August ofburglary, larceny and kidnapping. He was dubbed the "Dinnertime Bandit" after a series ofburglaries in 1996 and 1997 of several wealthy Greenwich-areahomes. Prosecutors say he scaled mansion walls, slipped throughsecond-floor windows during dinnertime and stole precious jewelsand property valued at $1 million. Golder was a longtime fugitive before Belgian authoritiescaptured him in December 2006 and he was sent back to Connecticutto stand trial.Juryconvicts ?Dinnertime Bandit?Greenwichpolice want dibs on captured "dinnertime bandit"