Police: Man and Woman, Both in 20s, Found with Stolen Phone, Heroin, Needles

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A 29-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman were found by police on Dec. 31 in possession of heroin, needles and a cell phone that had just been stolen from a downtown Darien business, according to police. Darien police described what happened with this account, including accusations not proven in court:

An employee at the Verizon store at 1075 Post Road called police at 1:05 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 31 to tell them a phone had just been stolen from the store. The employee gave police a description of a young man and woman.


Theft of $180 Worth of Heartburn Medicine When Group of Males Visits Walgreens

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Four males entered Walgreens on Friday, Dec. 14, and made a store manager suspicious. When they left, one of the males took about six boxes of heartburn medicine with him without paying, a store surveillance camera showed. Darien police gave this account of what happened:

The four males had been in the store earlier in the day, then returned later, just before 6:50 p.m.

The manager saw that one of the males seemed to be lingering in one of the medicine aisles, arousing the manager’s suspicions. When the manager asked the male if he needed help, the male said he didn’t, then quickly walked out of the store.

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Police: Man Leaves Supermarket With $200 Cooler, But Without Paying

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On Tuesday, Oct. 9, a man with a shaved head, glasses, a blue shirt and khaki pants put a $200 Yeti brand cooler in a shopping cart and rolled it out of Whole Foods Supermarket without paying for it, police said. Darien police gave this additional information about the incident, including accusations not proven in court:

At about 5:40 p.m., the man left the store, located at 150 Ledge Road. Several days later, by Sunday, Oct. 14, a store inventory showed the cooler was missing, and employees reviewed the surveillance images.

Mug shot Kevin Oshea

Police: Apparently Intoxicated Man, 58, Causes Disturbance, Kicks at Police

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According to police, a 58-year-old man who appeared intoxicated (1) grabbed change from the tip jar at the Dunkin Donuts store downtown and put it in his pocket; (2) got agitated and tried to push a police officer when asked about that; (3) resisted arrest; (4) yelled profanities and racial slurs when arrested; (5) kicked at officers after they got handcuffs on him. That, police said, was how Kevin Oshea of Ardsley Road in Stamford spent part of his Friday night. Most of his Saturday was spent in jail. He’s scheduled to spend much of his Monday, Sept. 24, in court.