A Shelton man was arrested for larceny in the first degree, burglary in the third degree, conspiracy to commit burglary in the third degree, and criminal mischief in the third degree at his home on Shelton Avenue Tuesday, Nov. 10.

Police said Kevin Lesko, 48, was taken into custody after Trumbull detectives obtained an arrest warrant that stemmed from a number of burglaries in the Daniels Farm area of town during the month of October.

Lesko was detained on a $100,000 bond, a press release said.

Several other area police departments assisted in the investigation, helping Trumbull detective identify Lesko as a suspect.

According to a report, Lesko was arrested by the Orange Police Department on Friday, Friday, Nov. 6 on a warrant charging him with burglary in their town but managed to make bond and was released.

Trumbull police continue to investigate several recent unsolved burglaries.

The press release said that Lesko is a convicted felon with an extensive and related criminal history dating back to 1991.