A woman was charged with burglary and other offenses in two separate incidents Saturday in Fairfield.

Dena Bonaventura, 32, of Knapps Highway, was arrested at 2:47 p.m. Saturday on charges of third-degree burglary and fifth-degree larceny after witnesses reported that she was stealing items from unlocked vehicles in the parking lot of Super Stop & Shop, 650 Villa Ave.

Officers said they found in Bonaventura's vehicle a Garmin GPS, 1 Kohl's bag containing a purple scarf and two jewelry boxes and seven assorted CDs, all of which were identified as having been stolen from other shoppers' vehicles. The items had a total value of $522.50, police said.

After being released on a $5,000 bond, with a Jan. 28 date in Bridgeport Superior Court, Bonaventura was arrested again at 8:20 p.m. and charged with a second count of third-degree burglary and sixth-degree larceny in connection with stealing more items from other cars, police said.

She illegally entered a vehicle in the parking lot of Tomato & Basil Cafe & Pizzeria, 1876 Black Rock Turnpike, and took several items that did not belong to her, including a pair of Oakley sunglasses, a Sony stereo face plate and a cell phone charger, police said. These items were recovered from inside her vehicle, which witnesses observed fleeing the scene, according to the report. She was also charged with possession of weapons in a motor vehicle after a large "steak" knife was found under the driver's seat, police said.

Bonaventura also faces a third count of third-degree burglary and a second count of sixth-degree larceny after another complainant reported his brown leather bi-fold wallet was missing from his center console and his iPhone 5 charger was missing from cigarette lighter, police said.

Bond on the later charges was set at $10,000 and she was assigned a court date of Jan. 29.