NORWALK — A Norwalk man is facing trespassing charges after he was seen loitering outside of a South Norwalk construction site for the second time in two weeks, police said.
A police street team was on routine patrol of South Norwalk around 9:30 p.m. Friday when they came along four people hanging out in front of a construction site on Chestnut Street.
In approaching the group of loiterers, police recognized Otto Rodas, 44, whom they had warned about hanging out there two weeks earlier.
While police let off the three other men with a warning not to trespass there, police took Rodas into custody for not heeding their original warning.
Rodas was charged with first-degree criminal trespass. He was released on $1,000 bond, and is expected in court on Aug. 22.
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