Another fake ID found in lost wallet
6/13: Another l inside it was turned into the Wilton Police Department. Police said that a black wallet found at the town hall parking lot had identifying information within it, which led them to charge an 18 year-old Wilton male, James McArdle, of Roxbury Lane, with the misdemeanor of third-degree forgery for possession of a forged license, police reports state. The license had made the accused appear to be twenty-one years of age or older, police said.
Fourth time caught driving with a suspended license
6/14: Police scanned the license plate of a vehicle and matched it up with DMV databases, subsequently finding the vehicle to have been unregistered for nearly a year, police reports state. When police pulled the vehicle over, the driver said that his driving privileges were suspended; police then checked his driving record and it showed that the driver had been cited three times prior to operating a vehicle with a suspended license. The driver, identified as Daniel Guadian, 31, of Lexinton Ave in Norwalk, was taken into custody and charged with driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance and driving an unregistered motor vehicle, reports state. Guadian posted a $250 bond and was given a promise to appear in court.
6/12: Police charged a 17 year-old Wilton male with the misdemeanors of second-degree criminal mischief and third-degree criminal trespassing for spray painting a wooden fence which divides some businesses at 84 Danbury Road and 82 Danbury Road, police reports state.