Police: Darien Man, 33, Charged After Midnight Yelling, Banging on Door, Causing Damage [UPDATED]



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A 33-year-old Darien man yelled, banged on a door and caused some damage to a wall before someone called police at 12:30 a.m. on Tuesday, July 23, police said.

Police also said he was issued a misdemeanor summons to go to court later that day. But the Connecticut Judicial Branch website indicates that he didn’t show up in court, and his arrest has been ordered.

Police gave this additional information in an account of the matter, including accusations not proven in court:

Officers went to the house on Mansfield Avenue near its intersection with Overbrook Lane, where the man had woken up more than one person. Police saw the door and part of a nearby wall were both damaged.

The man was issued a misdemeanor summons charging him with disorderly conduct. Since the case is considered a domestic incident, he was told to appear later that day in state Superior Court in Stamford. When police file charges in domestic incidents, people charged are told to appear in court at the next available date.



Other Police Activity Last Week

  • UPDATE: On Wednesday, July 31, this section was updated with new information provided by a Darien police spokesman.

In other police activity, the CrimeMapping feature of the Police Department’s website reports several incidents from last week. Darienite.com is asking the Police Department for more information on these, since no information on them was included in the department’s regular police report news release on Monday.

These are the reports:

— 500 block of Middlesex Road — vandalism — reported at 12:30 a.m., Wednesday, July 24 — UPDATE: The incident turned out to be Teenagers “pool hopping” (having unauthorized fun in a stranger’s pool).

— 100 block of Brookside Road — multiple reports of thefts from motor vehicles — reported at 12:45 p.m., Wednesday, July 24 — UPDATE: The incident turned out to be a theft from one motor vehicle at that location.

— 0 block of the Post Road — multiple reports of fraud — reported at 5 p.m., Friday, July 26 — UPDATE: The incident turned out to be the single one reported on here, at 1 Parklands Dr., not on the Post Road.

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