Tuesday, May 17
- Police arrested a 21-old-man for stealing cash from the YMCA locker rooms earlier that day. The accused, Christopher Corvese, of Wilton, had been warned not to be in the YMCA due to past suspicious behavior, according to the police report. At noon, Corvese was identified as leaving the YMCA’s property and was arrested for criminal trespassing. At the station, Corvese admitted to stealing the cash. Corvese is now “a person of interest” for and “other locations around town” (not identified) and an investigation is ongoing. In addition to trespassing, Corvese was charged with third-degree burglary and sixth degree larceny. He was released after posting a $5,000 bond and ordered to appear in court on May 27.
Wednesday, May 18
- A laptop and hard drive were stolen from a car parked on Grummen Hill. The report came in at 12:57 p.m. Police are investigating the incident, and no details are available at this time.
- A resident of Weeburn Lane had her home broken into and jewelry stolen from. The resident noticed that someone had entered her house after forcing open a window. The investigation is still open.
Thursday, May 19
- At around 2 a.m, police responded to a complaint of a vehicle being operated erratically in the Drum Hill Road area. Police were able to spot the vehicle and followed it. While under observation, the vehicle crossed the center roadway lines on a curve and was pulled over on Cheese Spring Road near Old Driftway. The operator, Nicholas Panaglotopoulos, 20, was administered a DUI test and did not satisfactorily complete it. Panaglotopoulos was placed under arrest and charged with DUI, DUI while under 21, no insurance, and failure to drive right on a curve. Panaglotopoulos was ordered to appear in court on June 2.
Saturday, May 21
- A vehicle was stopped after having committed several driving violations on Route 7 near Route 33, which appear to be cutting into a lane without signaling. The operator, Jorge Canahui-Marroquin, 36, of Norwalk, was found to be operating the vehicle without a license or insurance; additionally, Canhui-Marroquin had an active warrant out for his arrest by the Greenwich PD for a failure to appear in court. He was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle without a license, no insurance, failure to signal, cutting in, and failure to appear in the second degree. He was taken into custody and held with a double-bond of $250. Canhui-Marroquin’s court date is June 3.
Sunday, May 22
- Criminal mischief was reported at Portofino’s Restaurant. A large image of a phallus was spray-painted on the exterior of the building. Police do not have any suspects at this time.