BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) - A Connecticut town's former superintendent of public works who police have accused of taking bribes from a local construction company has also been charged with larceny for allegedly stealing from a mentally disabled woman. According to arrest documents, Scott Bartlett stole money from a woman whose finances were put in his care under the wishes of her dying father. Bartlett didn't enter a plea at the Monday arraignment. The case is being continued to March 26. Bartlett and his attorney declined to comment. Bartlett pleaded not guilty in October in connection with an alleged scheme to dump contaminated waste on Bridgeport town property.