Busy burglary suspect gets pricey bail in Norwalk

? A judge set a pricey bail Thursday for one of two men accused in a string of New Canaan burglaries. Police say 27-year-old Randall Weiss, along with accomplice Anthony Barbera, broke into and stole from several homes in November and December of 2006. According to investigators, Weiss is tied to 10 of those burglaries. Weiss was transported from a jail in Bridgeport to New Canaan to face official charges ranging from burglary, theft of firearms and conspiracy. Bond was set at $250,000 for the New Canaan charges. That bond will be added to the $983,000 he's already being held on. Weiss' next hearing in Norwalk is scheduled for April 2. His alleged accomplice, Anthony Barbera, will be arraigned Friday, March 23.

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