When a Darien police officer saw a vehicle traveling on the Post Road without a front license plate and a back license plate that had been reported stolen, it resulted in charges against the 36-year-old driver, police said. Police gave this additional information, including accusations not proven in court:
The officer spotted the lack of a front license plate on the car at about 12:23 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13, on the Post Road near its intersection with Richmond Drive. A check of state Department of Motor Vehicles records indicated that the rear license plate was stolen in Stamford, the city where the woman lives. She was charged with sixth-degree larceny (misuse of marker plates) and released on a written promise to appear on Friday, July 22, in state Superior Court in Stamford.