A 19-year-old man got into a scuffle at his home with another resident there after an argument about his employment and whether or not he could use a vehicle belonging to someone else in the house to work as an Uber driver, Darien police said.
The scuffle resulted in the man’s arrest on a charge of disorderly conduct, police said. Darien police described what happened with this account, including accusations not proven in court (the description of what happened before police arrived is from the person with whom the teen was in the dispute):
The argument started Wednesday, Aug. 30, became violent by the time police were called at 12:12 p.m.
The victim told police that she forbid the teenager from using one of her vehicles for the job. At one point during the argument, the teen pushed the victim in an attempt to get the vehicle’s keys. He also destroyed her key fob.
At another point, he picked up a golf club and held it in a menacing way. She told him she was going to call police, and he pushed her a second time, she said.
The teenager was issued a misdemeanor summons charging him with disorderly conduct and was scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford the next day. His next court date is Oct. 17.