Norwalk man guilty of theft, attempted tampering

Suspect prohibited from having any association or communication with female victim.
Aaron Krause
Jan 26, 2013


A Norwalk man was convicted Friday of theft and a lesser charge related to tampering with evidence in exchange for the state dropping a charge of tampering with evidence.

Matthew S. Griggs, 29, of 1243 S. Norwalk Road, pleaded guilty to theft as well as attempted tampering with evidence, a fourth-degree felony. The original charge was a third-degree felony.

The tampering incident is suspected of happening between July 14 and 21 while the alleged theft is in connection with an Aug. 14 incident.

If convicted, Griggs faces up to 4 1/2 years in prison and a maximum fine totaling $15,000.

The defendant is prohibited from having any association or communication with the female victim. Griggs also is subject to random drug screens.

Griggs will be sentenced at 8:45 a.m. March 14.



Wow! Jesse Pinkman! Who knew? :-)

swiss family

29 ?????? are you sure???

Estrella Damm

looks mid-40's for age.


29 ? NO WAY!!


Hard to believe I went to school with him. So sad.


Looks to be mid 40's....its amazing where i life of crime will do to your body!