A 43-year-old Darien woman was arrested on a warrant on April 24 after she “became physical” with a police officer who arrived at her home in response to her report of a domestic incident, police said.
The arrest was one of two made by Darien police in connection with unrelated domestic incidents
Darien police gave these accounts of what happened in each case, including accusations not proven in court:
The woman called police on Sept. 26 to report a verbal argument. Police didn’t say how that report concerned them enough to dispatch at least one officer to the scene (loud noises or concern about violence are two ways that can happen).
When the officer arrived, the woman “became physical” with the officer. Police didn’t say how and didn’t mention any injuries, minor or major, to the officer.
The woman was not arrested at the scene, but police later applied for and received a warrant for her arrest. On Sunday, April 24, she arrived at Darien Police Headquarters and was arrested on a charge of interfering with a police officer. She was released on a $25,000 bond and was scheduled to appear today, May 4, in state Superior Court in Stamford.
In the other arrest, a 43-year-old Hollow Tree Ridge Road resident was charged with disorderly conduct after police went to his home.
Police were called at 10:31 p.m., Tuesday, April 12 about a domestic disturbance. After talking with the man and his victim, the man was issued a misdemeanor summons to appear the next morning in state Superior Court in Stamford. There were no injuries reported.