Updated at 4:15 p.m. NEW CANAAN, Conn. - Three New York men are expected to be charged in a pair of home invasions in New Canaan, police said Monday.
Carmine Stanzione, also known as Paul DiBiase, 57, and Daniel DiBiase, 55, both of Poughquag, N.Y., and Jason Foskey, 34, of Stormville, N.Y., were arrested last Wednesday in Harrison, N.Y. as a result of an intensive and lengthy investigation by a task force comprised of numerous local and state law enforcement agencies and the FBI, police said.
Police said the men are suspected of committing numerous crimes in the area during an extended period of time, including a pair of home invasions in New Canaan.
The most recent occurred two months ago on Ponus Ridge Road, where a 50-year-old man was tied up and robbed, New Canaan police said.
In an August 2011 incident at a Lambert Road residence, a woman was bound with rope and had a pillow placed over her face while thieves stole more than $40,000 in jewelry and silverware, New Canaan police said.
New Canaan Police Sgt. Carol Ogrinc referred all questions on the investigation to the FBI’s New York press office.
Harrison, N.Y. police stopped the three men in a Chevrolet Blazer at about 6:40 p.m. last Wednesday as it was traveling east on Interstate 287. Harrison Police said the men were wanted on connection with a Sept. 3 burglary at a Harrison residence where $500,000 in jewelry was stolen.
Police said the suspects were under surveillance and were wanted in connection with an attempted burglary at another Harrison residence. Daniel DiBiase was shot by a Harrison officer during the arrests and was taken to Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla for treatment.