New Milford developer and wife get diversionary program
Updated 10:07 am, Wednesday, December 21, 2016
NEW MILFORD — Local developer Thomas Pilla and his wife, Elaine, applied to enter a pretrial diversionary program Monday, under which their charges of larceny and criminal lockout could eventually be dismissed.
“When you look at the case in its entirety, this is the most expeditious way for all parties to handle this matter,” Williams said.
The lockout occurred after Thomas Pilla found several loaded guns and a trove of ammunition in Collida’s room, documents said.
The Pillas told police they were concerned for the safety of young children who visit the home.
Collida had lived above the garage in the Pillas’ home for two decades.
Collida declined to comment.
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