Tuesday, March 9, 2010
- Jewelry and electronic items were stolen from an unlocked residence on Marvin Ridge Place between 8:45 a.m. and 2 p.m. The burglary is still under investigation and a neighbor reported seeing a "boxy, white-colored sedan with tinted windows" in the area around the time of the incident
Thursday, March 11, 2010
- A female pedestrian was injured when Stanely Mokwski, 57, of Wilton accidentally hit a parked vehicle with a maintenance tractor he was driving. The impact drove the parked vehicle into the pedestrian, striking her in the right knee. She was taken from the scene of the accident, which occurred on the property of the Schools Sister's of Notre Dame, to Norwalk hospital. No charges were filed as a result of the incident.
Saturday, March 13, 2010
- Eric Heidinger, 45, of New Milford was observed traveling on Westport Road and straddling the center line with his vehicle. Upon stopping him, police found him to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol and not to be in possession of his license. He was transported to the Wilton Police Department and processed on charges of failure to drive right, operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and failure to carry a license, and later released on a PTA. He has a March 25 court date.
Sunday, March 14, 2010
- Jennifer Cardoso, 24, of Danbury was observed traveling on Danbury Road while straddling the center line with her vehicle. Upon stopping her, she was found to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. She was transported to the police department, and processed on charges of failure to drive right and operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs. She was assigned a March 25 court date and released on a PTA.
Monday, March 15, 2010
- Two thirteen-year-old Wilton minors were charged with breach of peace resulting from an incident on Feb. 26 at Rolling Hills Country Club. The two minors were involved in an altercation with three other 12 year-olds on a sledding hill at Rolling Hills, where the children were playing on a snow day from school. The incident escalated to the point where one of the victims ran home and reported the altercation to his parents, who then relayed it to police. Lieutenant Don Wakeman said the altercation involved a series of serious verbal threats and some physicality. Police then had to track the two 13-year-olds through the snow and ultimately charged them each with one count of breach of peace for their roles as aggressors in the incident. The two minors have March 25 court dates.