STAMFORD - (AP) - A Connecticut Superior Court jury has convicted "Dinnertime Bandit" Alan Golder for home burglaries in Greenwich.
The six jurors in Stamford reached their verdicts Wednesday on the first day of deliberations. They convicted Golder of kidnapping, two counts of burglary and one count of larceny, but acquitted him of two counts each of burglary and larceny.
Golder showed little reaction after the verdicts were announced. His bond was kept at $3 million, and sentencing is set for Oct. 24.
The 53-year-old Golder was dubbed the "Dinnertime Bandit" because he broke into homes in the mid-1990s and stole valuable items from upper floors, often while residents were eating dinner.
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