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BRIDEPORT - Louis Reed was clearly not expecting it.
The former director of the mayor’s second chance program was all smiles as he walked out of the arraignment courtroom at the Golden Hill Street courthouse Wednesday morning, after getting a continuance in his case for an alleged fraudulent check scheme.
But two Trumbull police detectives were waiting for him.
As several young women relatives looked on horrified, the detectives handcuffed Reed and charged him with third-degree larceny, conspiracy to commit third-degree larceny and tampering with a witness. He was then led away to be booked at the Trumbull Police Department on a court-set $100,000 bond.
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