CONNECTICUT RESIDENT CONVICTED OF SOUTHEAST BURGLARY

CARMEL, NEW YORK – March 20, 2018: Putnam County District Attorney Robert V.
Tendy announced today the conviction after trial of 29 year old Connecticut resident
Anthony Magliocco for the crimes of Burglary in the First Degree and Bail Jumping in the
Second Degree.

On August 28, 2014 the defendant arrived unannounced at the victim’s home in the Town
Of Southeast, entered without warning, and immediately attacked his victim, declaring that
he had come to kill her. During the attack the defendant forcefully prevented a witness from
calling 911 but fled the scene once the victim herself was able to call 911. State Police
responded to the scene and immediately reached out to the Newtown Connecticut Police
for assistance in apprehending the defendant.

During the proceedings the defendant failed to appear in Court and instead boarded a flight
from JFK airport to Russia. He was apprehended on an arrest warrant almost one year later
when he returned from Russia to Los Angeles.

A Putnam County Jury returned a verdict of guilty on Thursday March 15, 2018. DA Tendy
would like to thank the Jury for their careful attention during the trial which took place while
the County suffered power outages from the recent storms. Magliocco is being held without
bail while awaiting sentence scheduled for April 25, 2018.

The case was prosecuted by Chief Assistant District Attorney Chana Krauss who would like
to thank New York State Police, Newtown Police, FBI, and members from the US Customs
and Boarder Protection for their assistance.