Frontier employee going door-to-door had a warrant, his manager received an infraction

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MONROE, CT — A complaint about a man walking door-to-door on Wiltan Drive Thursday morning led to an arrest of the Frontier employee and an infraction for his manager, who did not apply for a peddler permit, according to police.

Plainville police had a warrant for the arrest of the 48-year-old employee for failure to appear in court, according to the report.

As part of the peddler permit process, Monroe Police Lt. Stephen Corrone said police vet the people who go door-to-door to make sure there are no issues. If the Frontier manager had applied for a permit, Corrone said police would have learned about the warrant before the employee went into town neighborhoods.

A stolen grill

Associated Appliance & Service of Monroe, 572 Main St., reported the theft of a $1,299 Kamado Joe Classic grill from a display in front of the store Wednesday morning.

Police said the grills on display are chained to the building, but when the owner arrived at his store Wednesday morning he found a chain on the ground where the grill used to be. He last saw the grill at 5 p.m. the previous day, police said.

A stolen purse

A woman told police her purse was stolen from her jeep when it was parked in front of Sal’s Family Pizza, 630 Main St., Monday night. Police said the theft occurred sometime between 7 and 8 p.m.

Police said the woman did not realize her purse was missing until noon on Tuesday.

A stolen plate

A Captains Hill Road resident told police someone stole the front license plate from his Honda Civic on June 18. Police said he has no idea when it was taken.

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