I received a message today that Andrew Parker was once again arrested for theft This time was in Connecticut trying to steal a $6,000 Rolex watch. I’m trying to confirm the information but the website for Connecticut Department of Corrections only shows sentenced inmates. I have reason to belive the incident took place in Greenwich as Parker had previously offended in that area but cannot find a website for their local jail.
This is a person who publicly trashed me for my adult industry past, but at least what I was doing was legal, or at least honest. He was happy to run with the porn crowd until his mom found out.
UPDATE FROM STAMFORD ADVOCATE:
NORWALK — A New York City man was arrested Thursday for trying to use a phony credit card to buy a Rolex watch, police said.
Andrew Pollack, 41, of 211 East 70th St., New York, N.Y., was charged with third-degree forgery and criminal attempt to commit third-degree larceny. He was held on $25,000 bond.
Sgt. Lisa Cotto said an investigation began Aug. 4, when Pollack talked to a sales person about buying a $6,000 Rolex watch at David Harvey Jewelers at 51 Wall St., in Norwalk
As Pollack and the sales person were getting ready to close the deal, Pollack became extremely nervous when the salesperson made copies of his credit card and license, Cotto said.
Seeming to quickly lose interest in the watch, Pollack decided to put off the purchase and left the store, police said. The salesperson grabbed the photocopy of the license and began searching for Pollack’s name on Google.
Pollack’s name appeared in a newspaper article about trying to charge $15,000 on a credit card at Richard’s clothing store in Greenwich without the owner’s knowledge, police said; before that, he was arrested by Westport police for pulling a similar stunt. Pollack’s Greenwich case is still pending in court.
After seeing the story online, the employee called police and investigators looked at the credit card and were told by the bank that no such card exists, Cotto said.
When he was notified of a warrant for his arrest, Pollack turned himself in to police.