Three domestic incidents over the course of five days earlier this month resulted in police charging three people with disorderly conduct, police said. None of the incidents are related and no arrests resulted.
Darien police gave these accounts of each incident, including accusations not proven in court:
Two of the incidents took place in the wee hours of Monday, Oct. 5.
At 3:44 p.m., police were called to a home in town, where the victim had visible face injuries. A Darien EMS-Post 53 ambulance was called and the victim was treated at the scene.
The victim told police that the victim and a 24-year-old Hollow Tree Ridge Road woman with whom the victim was in a relationship had been having ongoing “personal difficulties” that led to the physical confrontation.
The victim had gotten up early to take someone to an airport when the woman attacked. The woman said the victim had accused her of stealing and in response, she attacked the victim.
About two and a half hours earlier, at 1;18 a.m., police were called to a home in town where a 19-year-old Middlesex Road man was accused of waking the victim and threatening to throw a glass bottle at the victim, kicking a space heater and pulling down a pull-up bar.
The man said he confronted the victim in a dispute about a vape pen.
At 9:41 p.m., Friday, Oct. 9, police were called to a home in town where a 27-year-old Norwalk man was arguing about financial problems with the victim. When the man followed the victim into a bathroom, he was struck in the forehead when the victim tried to close the door.
The man then pushed the victim into a wall several times, breaking a towel bar in the process. The victim and the man gave essentially similar descriptions of what happened. The victim declined medical attention.